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« 9 w si9 cciif 2i9£i 1 aai— 9, 3, a, <a, & ) — 

The first consonant of the Sanskrit and 
the Ordia alphabet. 

^ I 3§l — 1. Brahma- 
-> I $1 — 2. Bishnu. 

* 1 39— 3. Siba. 
^ I 9IJJ— 4. Air. 

* | m — 5. Jama. 
9 I SJSH — 6. Sun. 
9 I 3D$| — 7. Soul. 
r ) WQ — 8. Fire. 
t!| EJ<a1 — 9. Bird. 

1°!^ SQI£i©— 10. Daksha<Prajapati. 

<A I QQQ —II. Sickness; disease. 

*.; I V!Q — 12. Time. 

<-<" I WO— 13. Cupid. 

V* I <q@ — 14. Lustre. 

<.+ I GQ€I— 15. Hair. * 

K9 I 3$p — 16. Peacock. 

K9 I £<3R— 17. Body. 


-18. King. 


^ci 1 d£? — 19. Sound. 

) o 1 xq — 20. Money; riches. 

JK I <AQ — 21. Mind. 

J>J> I QQQ — 22. Head. 

j<* 1 s$™23.tHappiness. 

r* I £>£)— 24. Water. 

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gyg»Q ^o^g\o ?iqi3q ] 

1 . ( a Sanskrit suffix ) Denoting 

selfsame. 

^ 1 ?j^ 91 aQiacsiw ( aeii— fli^iQQ^ q.w> 

21<IQ) — 2. Denoting diminutive form. 

<& I Wiaooiq^ ^1 5§§18 qflWGQ 3flgTO 

G£1SGQ qg ?3 (&3I— g%l«». aqTO- 

|»a§lQ ) — 3. Used in adjectival 

compounds denoting, accompanied with. 

gq. ».— ^ (3^1) (*. § ft ) — a,Q 9^ aicf §£g 

' G3SGQ 9%ft — "1* Redundant letter added 

to a verb. 

o«Qi» f eo^S. wow* 1 qawto. cwlwa I 

-> i (a<?i) (§q SGfii* qg GQGG* §ej}Q ©^qja 
9<W )— 0G^ ? — 2. Certarhly; surely. 

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3. Only; merely, 

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9^9^% <9 — 4. Single; one. 

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£ I (slew 9Gei<siH 8Q 9GQ qg) SGW — 

6. Each; every. 

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QQ9 — 8. In the place of a certain 

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ti 1 (aewieiQioo waia SGcrqg) — fliq 

9. Approximately. 

£aeil— <©9j G^TO- GSJGTOj G9G99 Q9W l) 

9*T ea — gq. (w^q^i) a. — ^s>q ^i^gQ^i awsM— 

KaaBkaaS An onomatopoeic word for a sound. 
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9«ifl— G9. W. (9°. «q)— ^ ^ (3^1^)— 

Kaafina • Whaff (interrogative). 

f% G9. 9^1 — 9; -OT — Which; what. 
*R*I G^. 21—^. I aQiefo — 1. What (in asking a 

question). 
? I ^M — 2. "What (used in astonishment). 

w t 919G9.a9l9GQ9l — Q^?— 3. What (in 

response to a call). 

9«T « 01 — G9. a. — "^ 1 ^OHa<aGQ — 

Kaanna nan . 1. On the other hand, 

tip -> 1 (<8)€JGQ91GQ^-2* With a view to. 
«E*T <n f <jg^> — 3. To the effect that. 

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KaaSrS $§€19$ — 1 . Reddish brown; grey^ 


(Qi^ — 4) -M ET9I 9fi>^— 2. Tawny brown; 
^( yellowish brown; auburn. 

gn (jaeii— ga*q 9io i) 

Kaanl KaaSla (See) 

■ OBUa^llQO!— fllGQ. .( Wm& ) §— (6Gfa§9i§q) 

Ka»51 p«i^ S§<31Q 91 ?TO G9I^ ^GO Q$91— 

To consider (some one) weak or powerless. 

'"©aV-GQ. 9^!. (*. G91»)~~^ I G$l^a ; 9Q% m<$\ 

KaaSla %|^g ^9. q^|<iq — 1. Soft. 

(Sitf— 9QS39) (aai— qbio ^91% 9q© Qiqc© i)- 

^^R ^ [ q&IQ — 2. Sweet. 

gsrWT * I q$Sliq— 3. Tender. 

v I OOff — 4. New. 

* i 9WS>(9IG^— 5. Humble(word). 

«Fo«fl— G9 L m- %l ( sr. 6©ifla+ ©a ai^[ )— 

Kaanlakahi ffaoq^lQ $q& — 
(wifiMj^i — ; q?) Feminine of kaafilakuha. 

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Kaaniakuha (l | cagf 9s§ «GQ $m ^ ^ G q 

WWaj 1 flag 901 <?GQ— 1. Uttering sweet 
9^0«jg J ' words; coaxing; sweet speaking. 
WM»lfr»l1 J I G^IWIfl©^ q.^9IQ— 2. Flattering. ' 
^ITM^I G9. 9 — G9I^O 9QQ Q®9I — 

Speaking of sweet words. 
9a*fl€ig — G9. 9. ( ST. G9W» + «G199 ) — 

Kaanlakhara 919^*3' «Q^1 — The first rays of 
'WtCRI t^t? the rising sun. 

9«T© GlfeiaiGQS — GQ.9.(«T. G9WQ + Cllpai99 + G9»l)- 
KaaSia gSdbuabela gQ|« <i€> g9QOi^ fi« «39 

Bsa^g ^ ( 6Jaef «iflqG9 i^flifta ^^m- 

91IG9 ClIdeHQiyjt QQgj ) — Early bathing 
time; the time between 9'& 10 A.M. 
, 9flO Ofl — GQ. 9. ( «t°. G£W O^) — 

Kaafila chama ^ | g^GO^Q 99fl 0?1 — 
•U»II>W 1. Soft skin of a baby. 

'roraffft j» I Qicn gjaGQ G9IQ?{9I qjffl'.Ofl — 

2. New skin formed over healing wounds. 


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KaaSla chamarda KaaSla chama ( See ) 

KaaSla nida ^ | 3a$> 9Q;Qfii|$£a Gfl4 © j[9I.W- 
#fi>tp[*if 1, Not fully enjoyed sleep. 

©QOiq^ QSJOQ TO — 2. Light sleep. 

- Q& O QO©— TO. ?. ( 3°. CQWO + 900")— 

KaaSla bachana ^ i QQ\#Q QQQ— 1. Soft words. 

C^W <M ^ I $TO Wi — 2. Humble words. 
vnr?t3 * 1 9fcl£} QGff — 3. Sweet words, 

v I €^.<?I9m — 4* Coaxing; flattering 
words; oily words. 

«>a fi.GQ€$sii — gi. Q— w as oei ^cagi 99 <w ssfo 

KaaSla beusha G9!Q^9l SJQglGQ GQQ96I Qq99h- 

• Puddling of paddy-plants while still 
• • tender. 

■ttMa-qp— OT. 9. ( s°. GOIflO+Q^-)— wS98 Spi 
KaaSla bhSta a$ $>$q| G9!Q£HQ39I SjQ — 

Rice overboiled to softness- 

*ea*Q gi^si— to. 9. ( g°. oti»+si°s)— 

KaaSla maunsa v I ©QS fll°9 — 1. Soft flesh. 
=ra?WRl > I S« TOQQ GQI3» 3l°g — 
sfJT'ft^ 2. Tender flesh of an infant. 

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3. New flesh formed on a healing sore. 

rQa'fcl— TO. W. ( e. GS1SG) )— 

KaaSla *. | QQiqo — 1. Soft. 

-> I sgjfllQ — 2 - Tender. 

• I GW — 3. New. 

• l awq^a^OGMiwaQlCff^QQeio — 
4. Of tender age; young; newly born. 

««TqiQ 9891— TO. §. ( 3. G<M»+9aai^)— 
KaaSlai kahiba ^ I G913» 9Q» 9§Q| — 
feWsftaTl 1- To speak soft words. 

" TC3T 2. To please with oily words. 


* 1 *jgsaQ?ij 09109* — 

3. To cajole; to coax. 

v t fl&WWIj €«WI» 9Q9I— 

4. To flatter 

9a*Q|Q9l — giTO.(9|©W* 6 8°93£»)— 3. (^.GQIfltt) — 
KaaSlaiba (cii^j) qsb Ql^q fi?^ ©qQ! — 

( cow } To give birth to a calf. 

1. Ta speak soft or flattering words. 

> 1 «5ft9R Sfi^a — 

2. The causative form of Kaanjiba. 

QjflHiq ftQ s&ieq qos» q^.0^ «a*otQ— 

OTfilQQI— 3IG9. («l«lfiWS)— 

KaaSlaiba «^aiQQI ^. ( .GQ«I ) 

KaaSlSiba 1. ( See ) 
Qa*QI 98*© ^€}©l— G9. %~K I QiQiqQGQ EJ5&IQQI— 

KaaSla kaaSli kariba 1. To coax; to cajole. 

2. To please by soft or oily words. 

9a"ei oiq— gq. Q. (s°. €Qi»+G»q )— Ga^cti^ 

KaaSla gai Vttf)Q G9Q 939 QQ2!£ — A r cow 
which has recently given birth to a calf. 

oa$>i ^»— €Q. §. ( ^°. wiflo.+o^ t ) — 

KaaSla chanda ^ | _cja G9tQ £JQ a^|9l q^OQ — 

1. Newly risen full-moon. 

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2. New-moon. 

Q»"fil QQ.— GQ. 9 — OTQ1 ^Q ( GQGi ) 

KaanlS jahna KaaSla chanda ( See ) 

Qa*Qt 8Q— G9. 9— QQV$ 9Q; «J^ W G9Q QfJtqQI 
KaaSla pila gq^ G9I» |f%— Tender baby. 

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KaaSla bachhurl G9Q ©S^Ql «I8Q- S4 $>$i©q — 
^gi l^l^ Baby calf. 

oa"a«— to. w. ( e. TOi» J— 

KaaSlia ^ I TOlfla^OQfl — 1. Tender; soft. 

(^1^13 — Q3Q!©)> 1 fi^go TOiqo— 2 fl Slightly soft. 


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KaaSliba" <> 1 («Q 21©) Q28 a§> 91 ©Ql 3©|Q©I — 
«lWl 1. To bring forth tender leaves. 

3*S3T fN»WT) »a*9 as 9$ a^IQCQ «id1 1 

-> I G99Q 9t £JIQ?|9! ^fiP q§t «jjn G©IQ 

21^© GWI — 2. ( a limb ) To grow up 

after it is cut. 

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<•> I CKJftQI; 210^91— 3. To sprout up. 

9§Gft «a ©a 9g $p GOIC9 1 ^asf^. 991SQS- «i§ 

©a'flQi— giOT. (s*wqs) §— ©&©i ( G©<a ) 

KaaSliba Kaafiliba ( See ) 

90 G©Q— 69. §. ©Si— G©l» ©9© <?iq S© Q«— 
KaaBIei Pleasing one's mind with soft words. 

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9a*6©QQI— G©. $ — ©$©IQ©I ( G©«l ) 

KaaSleiba Kaafilaiba ( See ) 

'9*Tg©Q QftGBQ G9QI — G© 3. (©Qd© §S|£[ SQOQ) — 
KaaSIei saaSlei heba 9$©IQ ©&IQ ©§91 (GQ3) 

To coax repeatedly. 

9«Q— €©. §<21— ©£q ( G©«! ) 

Kaara Kaanra ( See ) 

9Q— G©G©. 9. ( 2AQSI— G© )— ©fl© 3 ©IS); 6JQIQ— 
Kai ( saai— «I9I9Q|) 

^fs[ Vomiting. 

^ e^.a«i^— ^i (ai«1«» a^g^^^rcQ 9^§©)- 

J»SJI 6 -a-al ^>Q§€i ©fcj qr- 1. The sign of 
the 2nd & 4th oases added to nouns. 

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flICT. (e«IQfillQ3SL0.9.9ftSIIQ)9— 9^fl[Q (Wfll) 

Kau (fish) (See ) 


KaiH "Water Jily; Kymphoea lotus, 

c^l^lft;^ ejfii «8 I %&\—^ n®\ 91 

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G3$ G^ «G99q,9< ^ ^^ * <J8T?1»W© 
Q§? «IQ %G9 3*0 J3I<3 I <i9l QCfe^Q CTO- 
SIG^ ) — 1- The fruits of the water-lily. 
J I QQCJgQ ^©GQI^ aiJGQ 3}QI ^i— 

2. The seeds of the water-lily.. 

©Qtf— gq. 9. (oi. ^qftsiQ' aQ%9ft.G<aa G9IQ OQa* 

KainaS G91QSJ^ 1 ) — ^ I ^19^ G©gO £T» — ■ 

1. Unripe tamarind fruit. 

«Q«f «TI> t Cfll g«i© 9 cn* v 1 3golo 1 

J I Q^Q (GQ«)— 2 - Tintuli (See) 
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(<]§ 9QGQ QQ?> ©91 aiQ qsiOQ ^Qq^GQ- 
QQI §<3 6 9»Q ^SQ^L %l«l§) — 3. "Wooden 
pins attached to the cross-bars at the 
end of a mai or ladder used for levell- 
ing a ploughed or puddled field. 

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KainkaiH qg<$$ 6>W ©Q ©d ( ©1991 ); §©l g§y 

©ICJg©l SJ93IGQ— (to cry) With 

hiccups, 

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KaiSchkakur^i KaiSchikaknr^i (See), 


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Kaincha QQ$9 QQOQ £J|£l] — Tortoise; turtle. 

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Kainchi 1. Scissors. 

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%*^ • 63 3 — 2. Angle-beam. 

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9Q©01— 69. W. (s°. QS&Sl) — 9Q*0 Q§ SOqwSfj— 
Kainchia Shaped like a tortoise. 

69. 9* — Q9Q 9&IGQ «l^. 691ft €£9Q^ TOO a§ 
£TQ$ 6991 Gq^^G^I^ — A disease caus- 
ng swelling of the abdomen; abdo- 
minal tumour. 

Kainchikakurdi a|©q eTQ QlcfQOQ QJ^ 69Q 

cwlfrt • qQiq) — 9^mQO! 6 OI9IQ era 

^T>; $^3 OTflQ — Coccinea Indica 

*. 9^a% Wl; Cephalandra Indica 

ogeroi; s& St£" Wild Li( l uorice ' Abrus 

GQ^'QW; 6G-%m^ — Prectorus. 

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QQS— GQ- 9 (SI - Q»a)— QQO (W«) 
KaiBchha Kaincha (See) 

©Qgoi— gi.-9 — ecT©a-(6Q«i) 

KaiSchhia : KainchiS ( See > 


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KaiHtha Kaitha ( See ) 

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. KaiSta Kunti ( See ) 

9Q£I — 91. 9 — QQei ( 693 ) 

Kaintha * Kaitha ( See ) 

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KaiStha Kaitha ( See ) 

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Kainphulia Having the form or colour of a 

water— lily. 

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Kainra KaaBrB (See) 

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Kaifirl kantia q^q) — q9£)9$Q 6g^ QQ9l9g — 

A small grey scorpion. 
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9QQ! 9li^— gi69. (^QIQ) 9 — W3 '0R'(G9«l) 

Kainri tal * • Kairi ^^'(See) 

QQ^IQ — 69. 9— ^°?liU (QOl) ^ (GQ«)— 

Kainsari Kamsari 2 (See) 

OQSQiqBP— 91. 9— ©QQQiqt? (69«ij— 

KaiSaikakurdi Kainchikakurdi' (See) 

OQW^l— 91. 39H. 9. ^1 (9I9I) QSQeic? .siyfli qdl— 
Kaikeyi The second queen of king Dasaratha. 

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Kaitha Kaitha (See) 

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Kairdi A wicker-work receptacle fo r 

"*" . storing grains^ 


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Kaitaba Deception. 

G9. §3— ^ I fittq^ Mtqsj— A- Deceptive. 
J I Q0%1 (9<i§) — 2. Hypocritical (person.) 

9Q3— GQ. S>. ( 3. Q8&; SI. QQJ }— 

Kaitha. 9§Q TO 6 CIS— "Wood-apple; 

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9SET»i Q^i 9W; CKKT&j elephant-apple. 

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1. Hard boiled; not well boiled 

( vegetables ) 

9Cia q€L9l©SL ^1^ ««l^ fca ^^)— 

2. *N6t WeH'tipe ( boil ); hardened. 
9QQ v (Q©hI^) — €?€<?. 9. ( a. «^9 )— 

Kaid etc. OQQ (q©i19) ( G9«i ) 

Kaidi etc. ( See ) 
9QQ — C§ej. 9 ( «■. «^% SL^~^- 9I3QTO ) — 
Kaidi ^ I €9^M; QOaifiil— 1. Prison; jail." 
«W$ ^^ ^ I €S>^MeQ 9Ql G9IQ.SL9J 9ig — 
5^" 2. Prisoner. 

3. Imprisonment; confinement. 


4. Restraint. 
€9, S>^l — ^iq%^v Q| S9R<3il©IGQ Q«1 G9IQ^9I — 

Imprisoned, 
QQQ 9^91— €Q.S— Nf^l8 9<igSLQig^ 9aQq9r» 
Kaidi kariba * ' To imprison a pecson. 


9fc$«i1©i— G?G^. 9 V ( a. Q^lQl )— 
KaidiEhana GQ^IOi- QigciiQ^ 9MIQI— 
^tijirtfat'- Prison; jail. 

9QQ; QQ— &; #/'( «a. 9^^+*. q9 ) — 
Kaidi ghara 'QQWIP^ ^iqctlQj QMIft — 
^'irtWI" Prison; jail. 

9C$ 6§9I — — G9. $ — ^ I ^?QQ 9€i9l — • • 

Kaidi deba ] . To imprison. 

. ^WDre* > I G9j# ^§^9iq9ra 9§ 2B€^3 

Si^Wr ' Q€19I— To order imprisonment 

as a punishment. 

0Q9 QiQOi — g^.§— v 1 9iq9iq 9g aiQpi— 

Kaidi paiba 1. To be imprisoned. 

K^MWT 2. To be sentenced to imprison- 

ment, 

Kaidi rakhiba Kaidi kariba ( See ) 

r^+*.«|0|)— 99<WI9l(€9fll) 

Kaidikhana ( See ) 
-^ i 9!q9N Q^J Gqa 9^91 — 

1. To be under imprisonment. 

j 1 9iq$<9 gwi — 

2. To be imprisoned. 

ct. '"8]— qj'^ci nm'm G^QI— 

To be sentenced to imprisonment. 
Kaiphat ©'Fgd'&^TOfir QfQ 9| e^f ' OT |g qj 

€fe^^ ©R9 9€19I ^Hl^i! 9| 99Q^ ; :«fl©l8— 

Explanation. 


9Q9SI« €Q.^.{? 

Kaidisala 

QQ<5> 69QI— GQ. §- 
Kaidi heba 


S?QefQ 


( Uo\ ) 


©§s 


§ 


.<W 


9S$9# g9S>$s q.9tsQ j $ 


9 


€!,« 


oq / €j« 


$ 


« 


^ \ %. % GS 5 Wiq^Q$ 3QJIQ 91 OQSQ^qg 9ffl fill 


9 


en 


Q2i 9 


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*QQ€P© — eSw.si 9. (en. eSff^o) — tost© ( gq<3 ) 

Kaiphati N KaiphatT ( See =) 

•QQff«%— G9GQ. 9. ( ^GQEJ^Q ) — S»ft£f© ( <&<% ) 
Kaiphiat Kaiphat ( See ) 

#Q£rse> — G9gq. s>. ( «o. gq&j© ) — 

Kaiphiati VQff© ■ (G9S) 

Kaiphat (See) 

Bequiring explanation. 

< sai— gs§ atosinkd qi<iq gw ^% <q ot 
qaGQ .cmto q $< G39g>9 scotq wqsii i) 
$qq©— gi. 9. (*. 6§9^)— 699$ (G*W 

Kaibarta Kaibartta (See) 

<©QQQS — fll." 3Q*i. (tf. GQ9<3!) — G99S3 (CQ«l)' 

Kaibalya Kaibalya (See) 

<mm>iq— g. to<j. 9.— $<i9t$ (g^si) " 

Kaibara Eaebara (See) 

^q§9 — gi. 9. (e. gqq^)— g§9$ (cm).. 

Kaibrata Kaibartta (See) 

Kaima A species of wild flowering tree. 

9q« *9£ «Q9. 

«qqq— gi. aoi. 9. (s. g§Q9) — qg^ scT— 

Kairaba "Water - lily. 

s^QGQal sw-.s«is«1 fl^fl^303?i i &&\a* $©$qftq« I 

«QQ-fllGQ.(«in«lQ) W- .«.— 9 rf «l (€Q«) ; 
Kajra KaaSra (See) 

\ t9QQo— gi. a<h. 9. (ff. sq©)— «qsH€9«> > 

KairSta KirSta (See) 

qgt QQCQCQt owe* s»qe I $t?°9 «»9i«sio- eg;* i 

Kaifl Feminine of KairS 


G9. 9.— 8IQ SflQ Q#9iaicf 9IQ« ©5J.I G9©$eil 

A large receptacle of cane or bamboo 
wicker-work for storing grain. 

9QQ SSBl— flIGQ. ftWQ (MOQI©) 9.— 

Kairi kantia tfQqj Qqfc (69«) 

Kaifiri kaptia (See) 
OQq Olfi*-giG9. (S0W9S) 9.— 9a£>9$ «io era — 

Kairi tala A sort -of grey palm fruit. 

9QSW— 31. 9. (tf . QGaWl)— ^ I Qftieij aalQIQ - 
Kailana - 1. Blessing. 

^1 snol^Off — 2. Benediction. 

OQOiq— SH- SQh. Q. ^. G9»ra) — €W!3 J ftQ*> 

Xailasa Kailasa (See) 

««H %CO 9QCKI QOtOC^ Clflg-^ €<HG©-^Q* rC$i0^O9WI 1 

Kailyana - Eailana (See) 

QQQIQ — 9>. 9 — ©°gi€l ( QQI ) ^. ( €Q« ) 

Kaisari KamaSri ( creeper ) 2. ( See ) 

QQ— €Q. 9. ( ff- ©9^1 /— EW6Q Qg9l <39g91^ ^IS— 
Kan Aaabus Scandens (fish). 

^. 00^3 SWj [ 5 — OfllGQ *WQ Q« SUSJQ 

^"«l .93 QQQQ :99 9l-.6Mt 9QQ V®. 

i3Q ^aqo.. qoto ^iflitfs* ^6, ^ -oast ay 
atQiQiGt ©ift oq QSQ^L-e^a ^osiisigj i <] qid 

ag 9^0 I 491Q.&tfteG9t€Glt9 QQ ^I^P «^K> 

"«f— 9i. w. ( e v «a)— €9Q> Q— 7^ c-"* 
^au5 Wnat; which. 

3 9ST G^Sfl 9^JH4 €9? «ft— QffSS B9GH9&JL.. 

e^EH-^SN. 9. ( ebiq. 5 9&i% ; <^GQ J9 flWl «IQ1 
Kaunksha ag^ aaii^^ "^ «, GT^gQGt ^ ^^ 

««% j— b^Hll(Wa) 

* ChautiiS ( See ) 


9$%> 


( VJ>°-> ) 


96J9*l f 


aw* cow arc wea goo «. ofo a& 6 fl,m <* > otfo as® $ fl*» «*a gra «si , ^ »tf i «w * « > w «*» ^ <* «""« 
e floeft -aitf cawc^ V * floeQ '^' raw* W 9 Soto "^-eSte?; '*<V sra«s* W coaw; 'acw*' * <*<*» ^99* gqSg? i 


«5*l— 91. W. ( TOi9qa9 )— Q9^ 9i§ 91 9g— 

Kaunta ... , Which (thing or person). 

©$§— 9i/w. ( «Qqd9 )— 69Q 9h9 91 9|1 — 
Kaunti Which one. 

9«OI— 91. 9. ( *. 9fl <^ fll9 )— G9Sj glff— 

Kauntha What place; which place. 

91. ^— CQSjgiOQ — Of what place. 

9«6lQ— 91. ^— 9^8 ( GQ«i ) . 

KannthaiS KauSthi ( See ) 

9901$— 91. a— 990^ 69<a ) 

KaunthauS. ELauSljhuS ( See ) 

9€p— 91. ^ — G9§Ol6Q> 69$ gl^GQ— 

KauSthi In which place. 

9€JO— 91. W— 6Qsfoi% 69$ §[I9%— 

KauHthufi Whence; from which place. 

©ejSOQ— 91. W — 699*0169; 9l§— 

Kaunthein . Where; in which place. 

9«Q— 9169. C 99*" )9.— qgij O^— 

KauSra Powder. ^ 

9^9*0— gi69. UwiQ )9.— 9iqT9*ii ( 69<a ) 

Kaunria Kaunria ( See ) 

9fiS8«— 6969.; 9. ( Q°/9I9$ ^ )— 9IQ^ ( 693 ) 
KauSsila KStinsii ( See ) 

0«S<a— 91. QeSI— 9Q«3l9<g-( G9«t ) 

KauSsila Kaunasila ( See ) 

9^96&«0 — 69. 9. »( «t°. 69?|9 )■— WSIQIQSJ 9Qh9I9- 

Kaukana 96£13 — Costus Speciosus Alpina. 

q°. 69q9, 69§9 ? GEIO^ G9Q9I, 99SI9<3l I 

c^W (^) . [ 9^091 giq ^SfG-a 99 96©; shoq 
%3^tt q$9| qs> <19IQ a§) 6fll96fll99i, era 

■fl. 6919 ®®m®§>n, S££t *J9i 6 99, <9I9 sua 

«l. 9<^9£l9 3)^69 qG€l 3 «9I 9£T, Q% 99, QfS, 
01.993 9I«, SG39 6 qs^qito I ] 

9459^9! — GQ. ^>. ( rfl G91Q ) — QS^a ( ^^ ) 
Kaukauka KaukauS ( See ) 

9Q90Q— 3IG9. (9l6fiW,Q) 9—99909 ( GQ«1 ) 
Kaukatara Kalikatara ( See ) • 

9$9QI — G<?."9— 99 O^ 91 W£l\ qOQQl qQO^ 

Kaukana <ag — Small strips ol skin coming out 

from the base 'of the finger-nails. 


9€50 — G9GQ.- 9. ( Q°. 9IQ0)— 9I6J9; <]9g9IQ' 
Kaucha G9?flil9 «lt— Cauqh. ' 

99091 — GC?, 9 — V I ElifoGas — I- A kind of bird. 
Kauchia j \ qqq ( G9«1 ) - - 

&. Kalicha ( See ) 

9QSI— S1S9. ( 33,919 ) 9— (e. 9t ^=Sfl9Q^ 
Kauta 9Q9I ) — 991; 9£l ; CT^fl— 

C^tfet A. small wooden or metal box- 

9^9— 91, 9. (5, 9309 ) — 9^© ( GQ3 ) 
Kaurda, Kaur^i ( See ) 

9^§— G$ 9._.( ^..-«|€rf9 ) — *. I 9.a49; qqQ^QIO <9 
Kauidi g9jQ .^19 «iq9IQ 919— 
^|^ ' ; ■ 1^ A small marine shell. 

'^% ■ > 1 og$> -qQ i%ca 9 c iQ , jo vacfp — 

^2. Shell formerly current as money. 
[ 3 — ^ ^ m G^^IGQ Wty£Q Qh9?£> G9Q- 
qq I G<«f< 9Qf) = <39 9©l; V9©l«^.tigi ; . 
*Q€JI = SG9l?)j J>° -"Gigi = ^Q^ ^9^1 = ^9191^1 I ];. 

* I (";9a<8ia ) ^iQ— 3. Eiches. 


v 1 ( QgjgfEi ) qgg. Q|q — 4 Price; value. 
QQ©^ 9^© gw <3Q 9ifla^ ei^ 1 qaiff ia. QS9«1 I 

* I ( 9S«lieT) W? ^Q — 5. Hard cash. 
69. 9^1 — 99Q— Dear. 

96J©«0— G9.9«l. (^.930)—^ 1*^91^ 9l?fl (a9ld") — 
Kaui^ig 1. Valuable. 

> I yffl; £19919 — 2. Rich. 

* J 9Q9' 9€l tl43 6 GSII^IO^ — 

3. Hard as shell. 

( S£l! — eftl 91 ^Qffi)09iSL al ^Q 99IQ 9 
GQIS'G^ 9PII QS169 9S1Q 9 C3|4TgR OI9I 9Q9BF" 
691^1^5 aal© 6€IISI6C1lt! tl^ll 39I9IQ 2IQ53M I )- 
SI69. ( ^£$S ) ^1— 
«. I G£I©G£J©9I ( 69fll") 
1. Pergipeijiika ( See ) 
SI 169- ( 9169*9 ) 9t— > I G3Q S»9 9« 9^1 ^> 
S1IQ G99S «!9^1l Gift* 9QO^'96tl9KI — 
2; (land) Let out on cash-rent. 


eQ9«094I^Q 


( KJo* > 


9£$a^ 


«W 


< Wty^i a© ©l§9 q^iflQ 


13 


Q aya 


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% fit C£J aQiq$9# 3QJIQ 91 Og9«jJ5|g 9tf | «H S> €1 \ Q<i Qa j 9 


999 S09€1iq9— G9. S>— 9Q9«W» ( Wfll ) 
Kaul^iabinSjaka Kaurdiabinaka ( See ) 

999918 — GQ. § — 9^9 giQ qpiGQ 92S€l G9IQ5[91 
Kaurgikama 419, 51161, QQtil 289 — 

Wicker work overlaid with shells; 

Necklace strung with shells. 

[ g — 9$§> GatGQ 391 aaiQ q&j, qt<a, Giejgfl, 

9*41 WQ €$QGQ 9191 9QIQ 9l%Qld<l QqsiK I ] 

999 G3«— €9. 9— Q$?> ?iq G<S»I 69©l 9K?ifl9RQ 
Kaurcli khela GStft — Indoor game played with 
*RTT marine shells. 

[ 3 — <i G3» siaiQ<a«8 aiQGa 6 §q<3 G3»§ » 
9I9I39I99 939 g«» a& asn— 99ai« 9i aiQGQ9 

( ? 9* 9Q9GQ GWISM ), ^QQ$9 ( ** 9% ), 
SflO€]©€) ( 9 Q$ ), 91991991 ( 9 9* ), |9I1§ 
. ( y 9$ ) I <?$? G"MGQ -> 91 v Qfl G«!«iO Q<Sta^ I 
G3&IQSIG© Q^9©9 qpiGQ qplQ' ©I9I0GQ gpi% 
3%l» GQQ QQ9^Q $QGQ 891Q Q3§ I Q3G© 9% 
9Q9 <J$fll9 ( 5110 ) G9IQ $Q* G^ 8GQ 9*1 §0319 
( €>Q ) GQ1Q 3G9» G«Q S^iGQ 9I9QIQTO Q9 

93 9W as, saeii— <. m 9$9 90 G9G$ 9§ 91 

. 93, ? 9$ ©9 G9GR $91 91 8MN, * 9t 99 
G9GSI ©9, v 9$ ©9 G9GSI ^9 91 ^Wfc * St 
©9 G9GG* Q|* 91 a©«, ? 91 5> 9$ ©9 G9G3 913 
91 9I«>3 9 91 5> 9% flIO G9GQ 391 I MIOSIS*? 
a^JlGQ GaWSlGO ©9 999 ^IQ^IQ^^TgQ 9%l 
CTIQqQI Q^GQ G99S G9«l«" <3Q OQIg} I ] 

9$$ 39Q — 91. 9. ( ©Qfifo $0*| $999 >— 
Kauidi patara fJQfiUap; $<3ri«l9Qj 89 — 
Riches; cash; money. 

99#89— €Q. 9— 9§9a9Q ( G9fl ) 

Kaurgipatra Kaurdipatara ( See ) 

$$9$ga — CQ. ^ — G«^t 2iQ 9i^a ©iQQr G9G9qoiq^ 

Kaurdibbagifi SO G^QQIQ^QQT ^G^ G^QQI^- 

9^ «19Q CSWIO^fiWIQ GQ€jg9I 9ng — 
A carrier of letters regarding caste-mat- 
ters amongst the Hatua Sadras. 
©Q^fl © — G9. 9- ( ^. 9QQ r 6 fliai ) — 
Kau^imala ^ I QQ§> GO%GQ ^91 QfilQ q^l99l 
9IQ — 1. A necklace of shells. 


fl> 


^ I ©Qf OQ Q9IQQ49GQ 4ffl WIQ 9IQ— ; " 
2. A gold necklace whose beads resemble 
shells in shape. 
9Q93I& — G9. 9— £>^§>g|ft ( GQ«1 ) 

KauijUmSji Kaurdimala ( See ) 

9$9flt©aH-G9. 9^1— GJ3 G99GQ 9€Jf fll» aG$— 
Kaurdimalia Wearing a necklace of shells. 
Weblog 9Si« ao i ^m&. ^lai^^io i 
9^919— G9. 9— ^g^aia ( G9«l ) 

KauijlihSra KauidimSla ( See ) 

9$«ia — gi. ( QQm ) 9. ( s. G9f^ia ) — qgg. a^q — 
Kaaaapa Demon. 

9^ae — G9. (09«i) g^. ( ^..9^ gi. 99$ )— 

Kaupasi <. I G9fa§; G9% 9—1. Which; what. 

«hl*n ->"l G9g 9G^I GQ9 91 flldl 91 9g — 

2. A certain person, animal or thing. 
GMNHQ— 91. SWI9 — 9€jtf9 ( GQ« ) 

Kaunasila Kaunasi ( See') 

9€J9Q— gi69. (9IGR^Q) 9— 9Q9£>q ( 9W ) 

Kautara Kaukatara ( See ) 

9i|ft9— 91.- (OQi) 9- (^- G9l^9)— G9f%9 (G9«) 
Kautuka Kajgtuka (See) 

9ia-fQg qq^9 ^q^Q i 

9€J^9I— 9U (Wi) W. -fa. G9fSL9)— WQ3 flG»l^— 
KautukS Beautiful; charming. 

9€^%9a— 91. 9«1— GOlS?* 1 (G9«l) 

Kautukia Kautukia (See) 

9*9— G9. (gi9l9 99S) (g°. 69lG€l^ ?)9.— 9^ «1®9^- 
Kaupa 9G€1^ — A kind of warm dress, 

9QCeq 9Qfl fl^O" C3Q I *«8^ .«9§lfl ^^Q I 

9«J§9— 91. 9. (9». G9falQ)— G9fal^ GS*€r^> OlQ- 
Kaupini 99© I 

^*£\ A narrow strip of rag worn to cover 

TO^ft the private parts, 

[ 9— 9§^ 6 G9qa1fllG0 <9I a$5 ] 


• •<. 


(( ' V/«v ) 


9<i 




. Kaupiua ' Kaupuaj (See) 

Kaupuni Kaupini (See). 

ectqpa*— gq. 'W. (e. G^ateaiq)— 99$* eqp. 

Kaupuniafi 9Qq# 9IQ2il<h — Wearing a narrow 
strip of rag along the private £#rfo 

Kaupupi uAriba 9£$ - Q$tf>9 Qfllf < 913% £$ 

To wear.. a> narrow strip of rag tuoked 
along the private parts. 

Kauphasia A small fish of the class of Anabas. 
^t^ 9§ai£ QQ -cqiQQf G9SIIGQ 9<3i| 9. «IL< I 

*ri%*tf fiw,«9 <9«9-s sw£> a^.99§ i <as&» 

WKfl fleiiQq, 6 «lfc 8i9giG9 ?J9I fl«KL«IIQSH§ l] 

•SQfcgo— gi, .(gisto a^) w. -qj (s. ■^0+5^—- 

Kaulabrati. . OQQQij qq — Chaste (woman); 

devoted (wife). 

^a«— S.IG9 (aieyjQ) 9— qoiq— 

.Eau$a Wooden sandals. 

•9^0— gi. (a9i) 9.— (e. G97a«) -*. 1 Gsteia (c^ei) 

Kausala 1. Kausala (See) 

■> I 6SI€lft 693 -91 qStf — 2. The kingdom 

of Kosaja. 

e$SGS 9QSGQ 9C1Q S3IQ ( 

Kausala 91191 — Kausalya, the mother of Rama. 

•©^«Q^|{J— eQ. 9 ( GI9 ) ( Q%!q®\ 6 qGfif^Q )— 

KausalSgan^a gg ©§|^ ^9G»^ Q9tg a^»- # 

, -..-., > §QQ 9I9G9SIG9 6 QqiffQlQ ^Q€.Q %9| 

CCI.IW -fllOlQ ©»ia^ — -Name of an 

• ■ -j ; . ancient tank near Bhubaneswar ift- tjhe 

Puri district. 


e*» ( XKXJ*- ^J>J$. ) G«MaiQ^CSi I 
SKtt' <I9IQ 28^© ^d^ 6919 ^»tf Wf -f€llM- 90^ 
€^$> m SJ<S ^9"- <l9i ^GQ G«lf <3 %^ ?[q d"G^l 
taaW--GaiW:<5RW^»-S>Sfo G^lQ^Qy CTIM Q9| 
«5»fit^iq ; <9\ '^M SIGSr eq§ G9l^q I £l©1s> 
. ^gS)^ qe>%iiQi GOISIQ <39t"9ag^ ^QIQ 2JQ9q 

§^iQ^^i ] 
«W»»— SL- «€l f (<%>. G9fTOl)—G9fTOl ( €W1 )— 
KausaliS % Kausalf ( See ) 

eottftl^grtwfc) wisp. eofaQl)— ^oq! ■( gqsi )— 

EftUiaii K§^aalt (See) 

«8#»— 91. (Wh) ^(^.Gwia^)— ^ l^9Kt© (€9«l)— 

Kansika 1, 5ags^a (See> 

(0^199'. age©) gs-'QCogq «tie eg— qs. c9eQ^s«Q ( 9 i 

(^ ^ifl? <S cao». »aGQ) c^csi qo^sq ^qq, * • 

^ I (51°. G9fa«l)— ffg^G^— ''" 
2. JS"ame of a river. 

flsa; ®^S^ ecu 9£§ QS}Q9^ i qi'Qoi.fl^iqosyi 

©€i?i«l— * gt. a^s. ©. «1 (g°. GQfltei)— q^iq ^^q^i§« 

Kauiiki QTO<^ ; Q91QQ WQ!9Ga < a— A tributary 
of the Ganges; a riyeft in Bihar, 

0«f9— 9l: 9. WW) %1— qTOOfflj.GOfscai— 

Kausula Kausalya, the mother of Eama. 

Kausuli K^tsalyS, the mother of Ef ma. 

©^$aq— gi. a^. w (si . g$?g^)— g#?G4j^ (w«i> — 
Kauseya Kauseya (See) 

VIQ EQ O 6SKGt : C1GCT flCCT S09, 

a%«k^-ai. SW. S-(^ G*fg^)-€9fS8 ( QW ')— 
. Kaustubha Kjjjiatubha (See) 

9<1— gi€Q, ( q«l^gftr) ; .W.. ( ^. ©fl ) flaiTO — 

Kae .©. qa% Wgf ?-r^What; Wbjoh-K 

■-...( £i^i— S^ g^j— ^»4Q ©qoq Q<aai ? w ; 
^'^^w'hK^oa) i) 


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-©^ (QQW)^GW&. 9 -(zto—GGfr QM9 (G©# -^ 
Kausd etc. Kaitii etc, (See) 

"9*4* -(a®W)— €©G©. — QW QOi» ( G<W>— 
Kaedi etc. Kaidi etc. ( $&&) 

•©«©iq— ^. fcwito w"*0 ^ — m i^aie- coesmQ; 

Kaebara 53Q€i,lOJO^-l. Recital of praise; 

Eulogizing; panegyrics. 

/I gQaiOQ; q$ — 2. Herald; bard. 

•«*0^— £|l€9. faVWa) $— ©1^9 ( €^ ) — 

Kamkardu Klmkarda (See) 

•©°€1— e. 0. ( ©3 ai^=*Q&! Q^Ql + S§flG2f ©4- g ) ~ 

Kamsa ^ I 2f<lQ§G€l<3- gJl^|TO Sitf; Q9G3©©iQ 

q?- < gq^Q Q£Q© giolo ^01; $°3 — 

1. Maternal uncle of Srlkxiishna. 

[g— ©°a $wiq q©i qsotw w i"©ww- 

* <3l%< QQ^QQlStl £$^Gffi} G« G9©£iaef©|© S^l© 
•$9«t.©a©QG©.» W«glG$. < §>© ©3fl €©©« 
iWQ QiGQ©SL @© q©2H5),43$R ©8Sl©GQ 
Q§ ©ISTQ SLIOgCllt SQI©^ £$#169 9W; ©G©, 
£>§ gt$fl€l<©l© sfl$f ©I© G9SH 31€£> ©3LGW ©1^ 
GSIQQGiQ GttQ G€liaq^€Q ©0069. Q& W 1 9°€t 
3l$J$^qQ©i aid ^g©© a«-aqg aoift q$$K 

€QOi€Q 9Wi©^iq©i^flqfiM%6Q%i TO, €>§ 

9§«i Qia© qs-a ©©q« ©a«a ©§©i^G9§ qss 
<®qsgq ©°a oqaeft • ^ sBq §®i Q9G3Q^©iq©$ 
©Q aqg© q©i OTiQgeQ 6 <m% qq.aGQ ^9G*i> 
.qfl sqqe* q©i G9GR l ] 

2. A kind of plant; Mundika' (See) 
©gl© 9a ai§— 3. Bell-metal. 

v i $<§q©©j© ©3© ai©o© — 

4. A gold or silver drinking, glass. 
. * t GSOT qq m — 5. Utensils- 
f> I OStqid ai^G^^o". A measuring pet 

<©°afc— e.$.— <c I (©°a + spaicd" q- <9iQ 9^ Q°^ia€i) — 

Kamsaka 1^99 ( GO« ) * 

■..'.'. T ■.' 1. HirSkasfca (See) 




2. A pot or vessel made of bell-metal. 

. Kamsakacbarga ®<$\<2> QOty; W*>£hQQ$\g§Q 

Q^jq^ G£IQGQ Q€© G2© G^^l— 

A \&ry strong dabbing or throwing 

of a person, on tbe ground. 

9*39091 «IQ^— QQ. 5-^h^_ GSHQSQ ©€^€) €9iQ 

Kamsakachar^a khaiba a©Q| — To get dasbed 

to tbe ground. 

Q'«Q<S>©I GQQI — GQ. -3-— €«T^lS Pig % Q g % € ^° 
■ KaiMSakacbarga deba qq^_ q© GWI — To dasb 
or fell dawn a person on tbe ground. 
g°€19IQ— ?. Q. ( $°€! + 9 yi^+9<S. ^ )— 

KamsakSra Q^Qrafi* Qa^ ©Q9I -©10- Q°ai^ 9i 

2l%l€i 9!© — A brazier. 

Kaiisakrusb GQ Q°d% fliffi QQ.?lGR ) — 3Qg — 

Srikrusb^a. 

G>*«®§— i. 9. '(.Q°€i : +©aiSL+94 9a^ G9 Q o a^cq 

Kamsajit Q^GR ) — 3i^| — Srikrush^a. * . 
. KamaatSla l(ltt I («. W«KIS^ -Cymbals. 

Karnsanistidana *^i^|-^-8nkfusbria- 

Q # €l9§te»— q°. 9. ( gfljl OO; 9°€I+93q )—.-.. 
Kamsabanik ^ j Q°€19I9 ; ©"€11*31 — !• ^ brazier. 

-> i qa ©°€ii 9l»^€9alQ 9e^— . , 

2. A tracer in bellraetal. 

0'99l^-^°.. 9. ( ©°a+9^ai§=9a ©^qi+©(| Qq ; 

Srikrush^a* 

Q'Qigg -?*. €>. ( fl24Q9eaal 5 ©°« ©iw «*gp )— 

Kaipsasur^ 9°^ ^ | ( GQ<5i ) . 

Kamsa 1. ( See ) ^ 

©•Q (Q^i9)-e. §— ©*a (q©hIQ) ( QQei.) . 


Kamsa etc. ( See ) 


Karijoa etc. 
©•31— G9. ^. ( e. ©°S )— 

Kamsa; «. I Qq,l 6 Q«f ©I ^g!$2© at%— 
4t?rl l.Bell-naetal. 


9°SIQ 


( Vf ) 


J* w « »- 




f^tfc ^nar ; I v°9i ai$GQ wrei 99 oi$>- G9Q — 

2. A big pot made of bellmetal. 

3. A measure, 
©"did— €999. 9. ( 2D. 9flR )— 

Kamsai <s I G3 u$ 9$m! 9a q|°q 9G$— 
^rt^ 1. Butcher. 

*&r% > i q°%\Gi m ©^9 9i§— 

2. A person as cruel as a butcher. 
* I ( a. $°SI9SI )— SI°$t9l°Sl ©Qlj 9IGR«IQ 
S?TO 9«3!9G€!<a — 3. The name of a river 

in Balasore. 

4. A river in Midnapur district. 

+ 1 OTOIS^ GQSQI Sq^afilj «<J| QQ%€9 

9s9$® ^-0 — 5. A kind of fibrous creeper 

used as bandage to tie things. 

Q61— 2|© ©q^ ( 9<l§ )— Very cruel (person). 

©♦Sisal— G9. 9— ^ I ( WOft ) $°$tl ©Sfo 99 6 SLIQ 

Kamsagina aipflitf. g^q 01W 2fl9 9I3Q%9Q — 

3?l*if<f*W 1. Plates and utensils. 

^ 1 (aya9GGaefl) $°3i *ii$e$ efoaQi; wieQ 

Q?l€l QlftS — 2- A cup made of bellmetal. 
^•qi^fll— giOT. ( SMflqa ) 9. ( 3QQQ )— 

Kaiisatama Q°$|ctol V ( G9« ) * 

KamsaginS 1 ( See ) 

Q°4liei§81— G9. 9~ Q°«ll3«»i ( G9# ) 
Kanisatatia Kamsagina ( See ) 

^•aiai©— G9. 9. ( e. Q°q+ai°l )— 

Kamsathali Q°sua|§$)9© 99 O^WI 919© — 

A tray of bellmetal. 

9'qiaiaaj — €9, 9 — 9°9iai$©3o sip aio — 

Kamsathaiia • A plate of bellmetal. 

9°qi6»l*l — 91. 9- ( S90Q )— Q°$!G<3tl ( G9<3 ) 

Kamsaftota Kathsakrja ( See ) 

9°9IQG|— e. 9. ( ©Ifl )— V I 9°9Q €^1; G9939R, 

Kamsabati . qs&jl — 1. The sister of Kamsa and 

the wife of Debasraba. 

> \ 9tGQ«lQ ©$IQ QPWP9 ffq — 
2. The river Kamsabaiisa in the 

Balasore district. 


KainsabSsana Various plates and utensils of 
^*l*ll«t*W bellmetal.. 

ft°aiQ© — sr.^9. ( 9*& ®ki 9°q+aq«=OT^ )— 

KainsarSti w^ «jp^. ^^^ — 

, Srikrushna; the enemy of Kamsa. 

9*ai«j— «r. 9. ( ^11 oo; o°q+aa = ap^)— ^|— 

Kamsari Srikrushna. 

G9. 9 ( ^. $°39]Q )— 

«. I ©°€1QIQ ( C9« ) 
1. Kamsakara ( See ) 

«°aiQ qqq atQ, mq oi^5 oisf oq — ^q i 
^t^I^ > | 9I££Q 511^91 Wq,l9 9QQ<lQ3g|Q «0I,^ 

r «S> Qg ; ffQqiQ QOi— 2. The goat's 

foot creeper; IpomceS * ^loba; 

Convulvulus Pes-caprse ( Kirtikar ) 

[ g — < RQI R^l 6 €1^ 9IQSQ RtlQ 9ft„ 
aiG9 I <191Q op q§)QQ Sfl^Q fliq ^c( q| x ^«, q^. 
«Wi%^iq t«< €9S I <!§ roiq ^ cciiqa ejR 
ao, flip oroeaij <i9i 9sj9 a^iq qiq qqgq 9eo-„ 
< roi qy qw<$\ 6 <^gq rq §< i ] 

9'aiWQ Qiq— G9. 9. (ftfltflfif)— ( 9 9IQ qgq aig© 

Kamsarighara para aiqfllGft 9Q^j© 9°gi9ig© 

^QGGl G9^?(9I g*5?R ^J9!GQ a«^§ ?19I%)- 

G3^ G^Q 2I^Q9 -Jig eiQ©9 G©|9 qfj|g «ag^ 

©^3 Q QQQ — A person habituated to* 
brave many difficulties. 

$*€ll€} «Q— SI- 9 - « «1I51 J» ; G9«l ) 

Kamsari lai Kamaari 2 ( See ), 

Q'€H€J «^l-rG9. 9— «°SUet -^ (G9«l ) 

Kamsari la^5 Kamsari 2 ( See y 

Q'aiO— G9. 9.— « ,0 «llGQ ©^ <£lg 3 qj©— 

KamsSla Cymbals. 

«PaieRW— G9. 9- ( 99©Q ) — Q°qi9IW ; QIQI^^IQQ J 
KamsalotS "9Wftfll© — Various utensils of the 

households 

9°€gQ— G9G9. 9.— $°SiQ (G9«) 
Kamsei Kamsai (See) 

OT$*T — G9. « — OT*Q«* (G9*3l) 

KaSaS kaSaS Kaan kaaS (See) 


99 


( Kf9 ) 


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9V— 69. si.— Qa*9«" (GQ«i) 

Kankan Kaankaan (See) 

«ea— gi69. («w,«wa) 9. (§?>. 9. qiwi= 39191391) 

Kagtia — 63 39I9IGS; S|9t9fci9 — Spinner. 

3a€jaoi— gic9. (wwa) 9— Sq^q sk> 6ai99i€Q 

KaSparigina- 9i9?9 <2j9 Gfit Wl; 8QQ6€liOI — 
A very small pot (for the purpose of hold- 
ing red lead for the toilet). 

©-Q9Q— 3169. (WWS) 9— ^ 1^Q9^9I— 1- Stateof 
Kanrakach being awfully busy. 

J I agnail — 2. Inconvenience. 

9«— SI69 (*W9S) * ■— «3 (ew) - 
Kansi Kasi (See) 

90 ( 2Jl^L> — 9° — W9I9 95191— To boast of. 
Kak ( root ) 

Q^.gqj— €9, ( WifigWI ). z — $$G»i9 919— 

Kak kak The crowing of a cock. 

^^^^ 
QQ-9L 9. ( SW; ^- G9!9 )— 

Kaka SqfllQCj^qCWl ©W$ 9§Q 9^9 «39 — 

An imaginary beings invoked by elders 
to frighten children to submission. 

' 9991— 69. 9. < **- ■«& )—^ I ^91 ( G9«l ) 
Kakar^a 1- Kankaida" ( See ) 

frtft > I 99%gS— 2 - Name of a zodiac sign. 
%^fT * | G^fQSI^ SI9S! ^ — 

3. The solar month of Srabana. 

* I G9Sfa& ( 693 ) 

4. Benimanja ( See ) 

99©i«*q1— 69. 9 ( 9°. 9&acrl ) — 

Kakajiasunghi QQQtSsrl ( 69$ ) . 

Kakardasrungi ( See ) 

90@l« 4 CPl— G9. 9. ( S°. 9V^fir1 ) -$9©Q Q$9- 

Kakardasrungl a^q gi$Q <$a96M I <19I9 836Q 

ST. «CTl; 9^96^1; ^99l«q GQI9 rt< «p <W 

%ol9 9SI5I9I; 


2JQSCr1j 9$- 
99^191 I 


^tWft^t 


9219. 9QSJ I <l9|-9«ra€Q 9^9$© 

§< 6 <§ 3I$9 'Old 99©ISfiti— 

Rhus Succedanea; Pistacia. 

Integerimma. 


91. 99%Sflfl 
S99f. 99QI§«P 
6©. 99<3>9% 

99Siei£r1 


«M>y£ik [g— «91-Wj, 9^93, qgoft. 

^iWTOt <9I 9ff, 91$ a^, »q, *ra, 

,fl^i Q^9I9, OJI, 9l€f, 89I," S^,© 6 

999 9I9 969 I ^9IQ 81^9 Gl§>| 

9*919 I <39I9 ©I^U 36Gt> 6999 

9q $g, <39 6 ©9 92© 2i$ 6$!9£> 

9GQ %1^Gqi€JG9 ^Q aft 9Q SfiGS I ] 

9991^1 -Q1. 9. (&*§!%*. 6919)— 6919 (69$) 
Kakabaya E; oka (See) 

OfiSa'-flL 9. (S^jgi- e. G9i9)-69I9 (69«) 
Kakamian K oka (See) 

©03QI-9L9. (^ gii g. 69I9)-G9I9 (G9o); 
Kakamina Koka (See) 

©Oqi-gL 9. (9W) (tf. 6969^1)— 6969^1 (€9fl) 

K ^ ka ^* - Kaikeyi (See) 

MQGQ— 3169. («VW0 9. (tf. 969l%9)— 9lfi?Q»— 
Kakarlo An edible thorny fruit borne by a 

creeper. 
Memordica Cochinchinesis. 
099a9l— Ql 9^1 (q°. 99391)— 9^1^; 99» — 
Kakarathana Distracted.* 

91. 9— 9110091; gwij 9% ^?«i— 
Distraction; anguish. 
OQ'Q*— 9. 9^1 (^°. 9939 «l^ ^©iq^)— 
Kakarasa ^ | q^& — 1. Harsh; grating. 
> \ t^ef — 2. Hard. 
* ! ©9 39 6QS W« 9991 9^%Q$ W\$ 
6991 (699)— 3. Feeling sickly ( before 
an attack of fever); indisposed. 
91. 9 — V i 9Q289 6^9 Q9M 9991 a^% 

699 09 6flW W9I «!9gi— 
1. A feeling of sickliness before an attack 
m of fever. 

J I <SQei Q9— 2. Hi-feeling. 

Q969I— ^!. 9^1. ( *. 992foi ) — 
Kakarthana «. I 9<iKJp>i 999 — 1. Distrftcted. 
--■>"! 39m^Q9 — 2. Oppressed; tormented. 
■0..,#»«ri | QfieWH-l. Tenoantiog* 
oa oi§i 9 9Q9 9iqi Q^efei i 9ia&t«9iq%9 I 


• •j 


99a 


( : t>-Tt/ ) 


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eo earocs*, cow <i q«icqi«sq «? pq?cqc<?C9§ as? ad oai9s$t o^q sago > sm «. ©fcostfsM sistq^era Gaievt^essM aai— 'oiq' 
» 9osq 'aaVwiewj *$a* s? sqgq '9a* eaisw; W » aocQ *$©* c^**; W » qiqcq 'sia' go3g<? ; 'scwo' s? Qiqgq !s«vq' cote i 


^ I 9«tT%»9l — 2. Distraction. 

QQP C99q aqSt Qq OTSM- 

* I' siCfllc^Q — 3, Oppression; tormenting. 
QQ$— 69. W 6 9. ( ST. 99SQ siqs ^QIQ^l ;— 
Kakarsa 99Q€! ( G93 ) 

Kakarasa ( See ) 
998 6991—69. §— (€99) s? M Q sii§q<a a^ Qq|f> Q^ 
Kakarsa heba G99I — To feel indisposed and un- 
easy before an attack of fearer. 
( £3211— G3I 99SI «■© 99# G9^£ I ) 
99€fef] — G9. 9«S1. ( «. 993 ) — 99«f ( 693 ) 

Kakarsia Kakarsa ( See ) 

99«f 6§9I— 69. §— 99^f 6991 ( 693 ) 

Kakarsi heba Kakarsa heba ( See ) 

901 — G9. S. q?. ($1°. «U«sl0)-9«IQQ 919 Q|Q; 969Q- 
Kaka Father's younger brother. . 

991$ — G9. 9. q?. (3°. qjoio) — 991 (69«l) ' 
Kakai Kaka (Se$) 

99IQ — 51°. Q — V I '9 ; 2J.3Q— 1. The letter *Ka'. 
Kakar j» | qh®9 ^q V Sp qg M^W^ 
2. The sign ^ of 'Ka' attached below a 
consonant to denote a diphthong t 
■991QOT3— q°. 9. ( 9&ll 5 99IQ + SBQ + OT ) — 

Kakaradikrama q oi^_ BiQq 9ft S eu£i$ 2ISQGIQ 

6R€ll99!Q aiqQ|§9 £14191 — 

Alphabetical order beginning from 'Ka*. 

9^80— G9. $— ^ I 69I€9Q 5 SSI9qL qjSJQ $®B®\ aisj 

Kakua q^II a^ q$| CTiQfl^l 83 3§ 9l£jfa— 

1. Indian coffin; a ladder -like framework 
for carrying a corpse to the cremation- 
ground. 

# ^ I 99 (G9«) 

2. Kaka (See) ' ^ ^ * 
* I 90I9~ "€jdg© 9Sfa §£j-- 3. Suddenly 

appearing Mg&iTfni object; scare 

giw. ( QgQ ) ^rf *■ ^9«9i )"^-ai9tf — 

;., v Comb, 


9^S0 €*q— 69. Q— ^ I qQ$€J— 1. Fear of death. 
Kakua bhaya > \ fll^JOT — 2. Pestilence. 

* I -«q|o 6: 9^© 9oi© ^ag£> e^ — 

3. Fright due to a scare. 

9%®«-^°, Q. g!~^w 091 — ( S^£)W )— 
KakuSjala The pied-crested cuckoo; swallow. 

Kakut 9^q ( qqg\ ) 

Kaknd ( See ) 

9%©S— 3°. 9. (OW )— (9Q©+gl ^=QgQI + 9^. 

Kakutstha a. GS3 ^^%a^l^ QQQ OQGQ 9§ ^1Q^ 

(9^3— SQ^g) WIS 9€iq6R )-^99lq £6ft9 

qgt|-^-A king of the solar race of India. 

[ Q— <i "qaiq*l-9§b QeilQaq q$ ©g gci^QGQ 

9^9— q»._Q ( 9«^«i + qLai^=9P9€»i+es!ea c "- 
Kakud q )— < | ^qq OQ— 1. The hump on 
the shoulder of the Indian bull. 
J I aq 1 © €161°: 3I91QQ ©a — 

2. Summit or peak of a mountain. 

* ^ap<l^^ ^!9©Q— 

3. Insignia of royalty. 

q°* ^— G£l^ gyiff — Chief; principal. 

9%9- iL 3 ** 9 • ^ "W— (9=»i«i + qLy|^«a99€i9i + 
Kakflda 3°f]Gef. 9)— 9QQ (€Qei)— 

Kakud (See) 

9^91^— st°. 9«|. 4 (9^9+»ii ^l^=y|^ 9Q9i + 

Kakudaksha "gt|. "b )— _qQ©9aig — Holding the 

insignia of royalty 
0%q«— «l°. W, il» (9^99 +%1. ft)— 9Q9IQQ ^1 QCf--" 
Kakudmati Feminine of Kakudman- 

(9^19— qf) .0°. 9— teqft^qw 99aQ-'qi°ga5 

f +«j@ adCQ. w+%1. Q )— 
.".. 1 1 9?G9% Ml— 1. Loins. 
> ) Q% .Si&il — 2 - Buttocks. 


Kakudman S319IQ 




2Jg: Q©Sfl — Having a 

hump; hump-backed. 

Sr\ .9, ^— ^ f ^R- ^— 1- Hunch-backed 

bull. 


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J I SO 1 © — 2. Mountain. 

3. He-buffalo. 

<Q ^f^? ! ^ ^ Q ^.3 9QQ1 + !©!== §3) — 

Kakudmisuta GQ9G]; 9QG99Q' $}&!— 

. Rebati; the wife of Bajadeba, 

*9^Q1— S\9. 4° (9$Q +38 adfiQ. 9% <^! ; <L9) — 
Kakudmi <, | q^fy gq— 1. Bull. 
^ I 93*3— 2. Mountain. 

* i siotaqweag (gg*9«S©i)— 

3. A king of ancient India. 

Kakundara q y|§=9qi$ QQQI-f QE§. ' 21 )— 

3Q Sl^|g£J — 1. The two cavities of the 
, - loins at the back. 

> I ^93919 53— --? ... 

2; A kindofmedibinai^plaHf;;- ' 

G9Q0I, 919 6 Qgt ©9IQS 1 I <lg ^9Q 931 S»q. 3? 
: 512UGQ fcHQ6) ^*GR q*9l<a 9^ -$« (sflJOTIQ) l] 

*>Sfi— 9 °- §• (© = 91^+^q aKj = Qg|Q Q€»l+9$. 

Kakubh ^ £31^1 9l^9$Q9q<]}— *. I 09^ 9Qr- 

1, A point of the ' compass; quartet of 

tije globe. 
J t €91^-^2. Beauty; splendour. 

* I G9€1 — 3 - Region. 

4. A garland of champaka-flowers. 

* I 0^9 9l«lj O^I€12Q 9IQ— 

5. A branch of the champaka tree. 

5> I G999 aGQI9G€IS— 6- A vedic metre. 
§> I q\% — 7. Sacred bopk^ scripture. 

<9$$— S°. -9 (9=91^+^ aift+9$. 31) — 

Kakubha ^ \ q36i]9£§S — 1* Name^of a mode of 

music. 

^ I %1|Q gi^GQ $191 9$ ^10-— 2yA crooked 

piece of wood at the end of a lute, 

* ITOMQ-. 2ia8§ qQ^rtT 3 * A-*> gourd-shell 

in the lower end of a lute or guitar. 




v I «©*fc$ia— A A tree. 
* I 9QC1Q— 5. Banian tree. 


~qq «qp qqo «aqi."$q». 

£ i _ ^%© $%-9<aa£ ae— 

6. Wild jasmine (plant). 
9 I Qsa9G£l§ — ' • A species of birds. 
G9. 9. — Q£l- — Quarter of the globe. 

9%q— *. 9. (Qqft+we^. .ai) - 9$$. (ew) 

Kakubha Kakubh (See) 

-939IQ— ?. 9.— gQ 0*690,)— 

Kakuhasa Praise; panegyrics. 

*9€9Q— €9. 9. q!.— (%p.-q\ ^1% Q^ e^% fl— 
Kakei '*- 9191$) 9^1— «J©»9i <s^gpi — 
qQl 7 1 Father's younger brother. 

fq^a^T^^WT Comb. 

QGOOqa QQ— W. 9. 4°-— «&?! qS; ^»Q« q? 
Kakeipua bbai SI9<39 QQGQ^I 9h§— 

First causin. 
OCO— ST. 9- 4°. ( 09$ QGI^ '^G© ? Q6Q**ffQ Silo 
Kakai ^©IQ6I)— ^ I QGVQ (gQ«0 
"- 1. Kakei (See) 

x • > I GQGQ^P (W«) ,- , 

2. Kglkeyi (See) 

9GQ3 -91. 9- 41— (^-. e3e^(lQ aq».QW$«)— 

Kakgia T r _ G9G9^1 (GQ3) 

-,.<....-,-.. -- Ktokeyi (See 

9691*9— «\ 9.— 9ISTO." (69«) (9GQ^|. gQ"!*!) 
Kakotaka . . Kankar^a (See) 

Kakola (See) 

99 (yi%)— « .—9391-7" " , '- - -"■ r .'.- '-- - 

Kakkha (roo ,. To laugh. . . 

Oqj-«, w'. ^s^ : uiSL=«939i+94. a*) — 

Kakkha^a ;^% 9Q^^|^f— Hard. 




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0^€W0—e.9.(Q^%=-<j0+-a9+^3i3i9iQa99©)— 

Kakkhatapatraka qqqi 9} q$\$ q& (gq©Q|Q) — 

The hemp plant. 

Kakkha^i Chalk-stone; writing chalk. ' 

Kaksha ^ | qi^ 9|^g£>. $>|$ 6 99Q 3© — 

1. Arm-pit. 
J I OI^CIj Q© — 2. Side; flank. 

3. The end of a wearing cloth; skirts of a 

garment. 
* 1 G9IOQ. 9CQI<|— 

4. Eoom; apartment. 

5. Zenana; harem; female apartments 

of a king- 

9 i 99Q g^^iaai — 

6. The orbit of a planet. 
9 I aia — 7. Sin. 

r [ Q$. "QI3-— 8. Grass. 

9. Hay; dry grass. 
«.» I QG ; Q£f>Q — 10. Forest. 
«A I RSH — 11. Creeper. 
KJ' I 9f ; «<M — 12. Waist. 

13. The end of an upper garment. 
W I G^G€I9 — 14. A kind of disease. 

[ 3— 9i$ai*P9Mig qt-caisr qcrow, 

15. Eival. 

«a$ — $. 9. (aw— ^91 ©PGas^sr e&j^s *as«€Q . 

Kakahaka . Q$j|^Q &F9GTC — 

Name of a serpent burnt in the snake- 

9 sacrifice performed bj King 

Janamejaya. 

oaoo— %. w. (.>q 9% ^g +gis>) — 

Kakshagatse 1 ! g$Q gggra^GQ Siq>§ © — 

I. ifttu&ted on the orfeit. 
vi -awfa^ qk gq as»g ®— 

2. Situated on the side. 


Oflffll— SI. §. tf— giflGQWG€IS— 

Kakshani Name of a popular Goddess. 

QQUQ— £. S>. (99 + 8 ^=aiQ£]Q$QI+Q$. si) — 
Kakshadhara g|«i^ qq^ Q1«IGQ ftQl «l# fllQ— 

(agGQ 919 flIQGft QSj. S& QG€I)— 
The tender vital parts on both sides 

of the arm-pit. 

Qflq^— 3. S>. (Ofl— QlSI + qi — a^ WfGQ ^91 0I9-- 

Kakshaputa qq spg) — ^[$ig^. 91^ €iQGQ ^Ql 

^ISJJJl OIQI— The cavity below the arm; 

arm-pit, 

Kaksha«5ya GS3 Q9GQ €l^Q ®GQ — 

One who sleeps in a room. 

sr, ^.— <jaQ— Dog. 

QQG^O— ?l . 9. (ftlfl)— Q9I agiQQ' g^— The son of 
Kakshasena the ancient king Par lkshita. 

988—^°. M. (99+gl ai%+g@ f . si)— 
Kak&hastha «. | £)I^,%Q wqg q — 

1. Placed on the flanks. 
J \ 91« QqslQQlQi; S3I9I%G9S 9IG3Q2IM- 
2. Carried between the arm and flank of 
the carrier. 
991-^°. $. (fi^ ^-g°g| W9l + «t + %1. «o)— 
Kaksha ^ I ^Ci^ <3Q^ flfd^fl Qlg — 

(Qflil - TO^a) 1. The foundation-wall of a 

house. 
J I SQ-flGffia-sisjo Gqs^Geis— 

2. A disease due to excess of bile in the 

system. 

* I- 9glQ QOIWQ Q^~ 

3. The rope tied round the neck of an 

elephant, 
v I Q«99; 0g9IQ ; QIS- ^lOtQ G^QI— 

4. A -woman's girdle or waistehain. 

* \ Wt6§ 6^^>l 9^ W3LS*— 

5. A boil in the arm-pit. 
9 i Wk C3QQ — 

#. Enclosure or compound. 

7. A recess inside a car. 


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tl I 21^8$$ — 9. Harem; female apartment. 
**° I Q\QQ-, qai — -10. Red or white berries 

used as jweller's weight. 
*A I Sll^Stf — 11. Equality; similarity. 
KS I QGWj Q9i9j €0^1 — 12. Endeavour. 
*** rg®6«lfloi3 I$figi9— 13. Rivalry. 
V* I 9$JfcQj Q& — 14 The end or skirts of &_ 
wearing cloth. 
G9. 9 — *. I aSJ?l — 1- Enmity. 

-? I £i9QQ 3 «9$l — 2. Grudge; spite. 

2I!Q %G3$ Q91 «Q9I9» 9fil $19 GQfl SCQ <MCQ QICQ I 

* I 9QQ&S8 — 3 - Quarrel. 

. v ! QSIQ; TO— 
* 4. Importune and pressing request. 

* I flcpqg QI9i; «QQ> QlftCp — 

5. Arrogant words; bluster; self-adulation. 

$> I qci^ G$ia — 6. Anger. 
Qcswas* egiswoi^ case ass 

gj 1 355^ — 7. Resolve; determination. 

991 9€5Q1^GQ- S. ^. 991) — ^ I €19 ©I 399*1 9£9r— 
Kaksha kariba * 1. To behave with enmity. 

* t QO 9€19I— 2. To quarrel. 

« I Otlft 9€fc9l — 3. To make importune 
and pressing requests. 

-a" [ SlilOO 9^91; 91 && 9€*9I— 

4. To bluster; to brag. 

* 1 QWi- G9I2I QQ9i— 5 - To *» angry. 

9fliQ*-s. 9. ( ?q1 ©** 9fli=«l9«+at««)— 

Kakshapata ^ 1 €9fal9 ; 9€jgja— 

1. A strip of cloth tugged down along 
the private parts. 
J I $& —2. Start of the cloth worn. 
©SIQ^— 09. W.-flW^^ Determined; resolved. 
Kakshabanta 9$ sea «3 qsisq 99 <?«ea eqes saw ot i 


9fll€9fl9— tf. 9. ff. <*><|l9©j 9S=B$8qR+ 1B, Wfl9 
Kakshabekshaka ' »EIQ$€IQ) — 

1. Door-keeper; porter; gate-keeper. 

J I €J9*ilM£>; fllftl — 2. Garden-keeper; 

gardener, 

(«WI-^I) *ia^qSQS9— 3 - A servant 
who is in charge of the harem. 

* ! ©§>QQ —4- -A- painter. 

* I 9&% 9<i§~5- A libertine. 
9 I $<3b 919 — 6 * Elephant. 

ool^Q — a. ^» 4° [99=*9l«+a^p. ^©169 (ol) 
K akshikruta ^ + ^®]— 

(Qd%©(^%l) ^. 1 J3i9i% 9i«i 9qaisj«iw— 

1. Carried under one's arms. 

2. Brought under one's control. 
9Sh— r$. W. ( «^ + Q9. 3 ) — 

Kakshya i. | 9€ai©9j QI«i€Q ©C^i — 

1. Growing in the arm-pit. 

2. Filling the arm-pit. 

■'q ^ # — ^ J 09963^ — ^- -^- n incarnation of Siba. 
J I ma&$ 9^,-2. Sheet for the upper- 
part of the body, 
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* I 69IOIQ QQ$H> 69!Oqi3 Qi^q— 
Apartment; room. 

■* i qoi^wa — *■ Harem - 

* I Sll<jai — 5. Equality; similarity. 

? 1 ai«, c qei— 6 - side ; flank - 

9 I 9J1Q €191 91 Q99W Q^,^- 
7. A rope passed round the neck of an 

elephant. 

r l W«9I9»9 Q%j- 8 - Ta P e for tvin g the 

girdle. 

KakshyS 9fll ( €9« >— 

Kaksha ( See ) 

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Kakhati 1- Maid-servant. 


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qs§ 9 e99|Q scwm qai<^eaii saic^Q)— 

2. Name of an old monkey (at whose 

grinning Radhika was warned of ber 

mother-in-law's presence.) 

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^Olfl — 99^, Cucurbita Maxima. 

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Kakharua 1. Of the shape or size of a gourd. 

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2. Well-developed in body and shape. 

69IQ SIR^q ! ) 

69. 9— <. I <]93$[Q Q9\$\ 9391 a!Q — 
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aicf Miq^aa g^iq qisiaiQ; ens** — 

2. Eound Chinese Lantern. 
* i Q%m ©qo 09 3919 ©9 ejfij — 

3. An artificial flower made of 'Sola'. 

4. Sloping veranda of a house. 

MH$a QQ9\ — 6Q. 3— ( QOI ^a% Q^}^ «iq g©eR 
Kakharua kariba g^Q G9IQ «ig «|§ S9IQ3K3 

<§ ^a^)— (Qgetia') e<SriS q h §^ 

"§.G€l<3^?GQ SIIOTOQQI GQO ^IQQ 6* 
®$n Q^GWi— ( figurative ) To give 
a person a sound thrashing causing 
wounds and sores throughout the body. 


931% Q§ — 6Q. 9. — ^J© 63^ QGH%£Tffl — 

Kakharu kashi Young pumpkin-fruit. 

Kakharuchofyi Qa^ 0QQ^iq G9q 991 a©QI 6 
Of? SQ G^QI— "The rind of the red pump. 

kin fruit. 

99i^qQ— G9. 9 — ^ 1 9«1t%QQIGQ SJfQI qg— 

Kakharu phula 1. The flower of the creeper of 

^5fW&^ gourd, 

1 ^^T^r [ g — <Q\ Q«iig> QOIGQ ^!^J 6 ag q 

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£f£i Oft GQ^9l^ 1W ^^ ty$W 9^ — 
2. A person who is fine to look at but 
good-for-nothing; a fair-looking worth- 
less person. 

9S!I&9$ — 69. 9. (sr. W!%+$t9)~*. 1 ai3o«iq^ 
Kakharuba^i 6 9lft ^9 GQI^% 9lf, ^9^1 5lGCr 

^st^ 9aiQ Q^q^ga 6miq si^ioq q^q 

S^W^> ^q 3IQq9l 99 9Q 9§>— 1. Balls of 

corn-paste mixed with flakes of 

pumpkin (used in preparing curry). 

J \ (Relief) (Qfcl 9Q GO'Sia! G^IQ^I^^I^?^!^ 

G9^91% 99 C§ taiQ-9IOGQ SI9IQHGQ* 

GQGQ ©191 Oftl WIQSM; <g QS^ — 

G9<99l^ 1Q9 $g SIGQietH 9*i§ 91 9g— 

2. A good-looking but worthless person. 

G^aeg goa w«i^§— oq 1 

Kaknuri Kakharu ( See ) 


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Kakheiba SqstlffS^ QQeilci aaiGt) GQIQHGQ 9§Q 
To carry a child on the flanks. 

*w*i— gi. 9 — ssi ( G^ei )— v 

, Kakhya Kaksha ( See ) 

-j©«(ai^)— g*.— ^ i ciaQ WQi; oq qqqi— 

Kank (root) 1. To go; to move. 

V S \ SHQ91— 2. To get. 

Kankidu KankazjU ( See ) 

■9«GQ— fliw." (si*wga) 9— swa { gq«i )— 

Kankro Kankarda ( See ) 

Kanka 1. Egret (bird). 

/ I Q§3IQiqr 3d — 2. Flamingo. 

• • * i qiq&oi aal ( g^QW ) — 

3. Adjutant crane. 

4. A masked Brahmana. 

* I ^£% 93 — $■ The God of Death. 
9 I (Glfl) a«QQI9 QIQGQ 9q$q« -qSCQ 
qyqq U|Q$ QQS|9I OW — 6. Name 
assumed by Judhishthira while in 
sojourn at the house of king Birata. 
9 \ $t$% — 7- -A. person of the Hindu- 
warrior class. 
r l Q°qii€« QQ; S$3GSlQ$r q§>~ 
8. A brother of Kamsa. 

9. A demon said of in the Ram ay ana. 

SII€Q. ( e 9^1 ) 9— QW < €Q« ) 

Kaaka ( See ) 

ST. W— Wl£p { 3<$©W )— 
Giving pleasure. 

•QQi — $. 9- ( Q° - Ql^+Q^ at^«WQ« QQ9I 

KaAkata +9$,- « )— 

Q9G); 9Sj S% .S£Q%13— 
Coat of mail; breastplate. 


Kankataka Kankata ( See ) 

9«?@|— W- 9. ( ST. WS )— 

Kankaida ^ I %ol^ <\9 gWQ ©OQ19 — 1. Crab. 

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2. (Astronomy) The Sign of Cancer. 

* 1 9^91 aa s8 gciiq .6 €j,siaiG«i i©a* q<w- 

fllS> QI^^Qi <L9 S9IQ q^l 9^H! — 

3. An iron-nail with many protruding 

hooks. 
QQP9IQ fclQ©!— GQ. $ — QSTGQQ a^9I ( GQ^ ) 
Kankardai dhariha Kanka^ei dhariba ( See ) 

QTOiQQI— GQ- 9 — 9«fG9Q 8Q9I ( W ) 

Kankai^aiba Kaakaj^ei dharibi ( ^ee ) 

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Oftgiieiffiigif — GQ. ^ — QQr9*t^i€0 eiio qwi sia'qio- 

Kankardagala mati QQ^q$ ED§} €119 q$GQ Q91 

Q&qQI 919«B 511? — The earth deposited 
outside a crab-hole. 

$#@>l €11©— GQ. 9. ( ST. QQt 6 C!^ )— 

Karikarda gata QgQiaiQ QQQ\ Q5\QQ\Q OTIoeiM- 

^t^St^^ Crab-hole. 

0S?®IG€I!§>2D— GQ. $-G9sf S!Q eil3ff3|Q££Q qciiq 
Kankardagor^ia WQIGCIIG) » €ll4ll$£r<) G9IQ 
9Q TO^l €flQ G9IQ Q*fc GQIQ2IM — 
( furniture ) With forked legs. 
flIGQ. (si©W) §61— Ql^a 9§ QQGQ G6tl%QT 
qg©9 ^ tl«1 G9IQ ^IQ^9I ( 9lt )— 
( road ) Consisting of holes made by the 

foot-prints of cattle and hardened by 
sun's rays. 

9«?e>t€>g— €Q. s>. ( e. srcfe 6 ^w- <iqiq w<s>i 910 

Kankaniabichha £3Q $Q? gg^fl^Qffl <$?!£> ?{^i^_) — 

feg; <5T$ Q^aq w— 1- Scorpion. 

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> I (<?a« QSl) <j»| Q| G#| ©!QQ GOIG* GCIIR 
Q©GQq£l G9IQ ©enq WIQ^QI SI^IQ 
siQQWGSSi— 2. A kind of waist-chain 
consisting of small flat balls chained 

together. 
QG?©i %®q$ — G9. ^—^^91^1? (G*M) 

Kankaida bhuidabhurgi Kankarda mati ( See ) 
0<3?©IPII§ — GQ. §— Q^9I€1Q| fl|f ( gq«J ) 

Kankardamati Kankaxdagala mati ( See ) 

Kankardu Kankr^u ^See) 

9«?G@Q &JQQI; — GQ. §.— Qq?9| g^ gcii^gq G^a^i 
Kankar^ei dhariba £Qfa§ 9|^^3 liGQ, G9§a€i 
4l^faM $!%§> ^^Ql — To hold very tightly as 

with a vice. 


Katikaideiba Kaiikardei dhariba (See) 

QGM QQ Qdftl — giGQ. (^Qq,Q) Q. (g. GQGT^l)— 
Kankan par kapata ^ GQQQrQ a^QI ^QgG'IQ 
G>S£9>|yf)£fl <g|^» — A coarse cloth of broad 
rim and small breadth worn by woman. 

Kankana =Q|Q^lQ $q Q®$\ + Q<4. a- 3191- 

.QIQ^IQ 4Sfi? ^?GQ ) — 
^ I 9IO «9^ 9IQGQ §W! W^G^— 
1. Bracelet; wristlet. 

ois gqiq «ofl ea eii^ $4$® 

J I **?5^" ^ Q % ^Iff^g®— 2. Armlet. 

* I ©^^1 £JQ.©I (G^3)— 3. Kankaaa paita (See) 

QG^SI (<9IQ Q^Q dfl| Oig Qqi)* — 

4. The Konkan country in Western India. 

5. Tears. 

£> I S^Q^ll — 6, Particles of water. 

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9Qf€l QQ©I— G9. Q. (tf. 9^r^l 6 ^a^i9>)— 

Kankana paita ^919 gq^G9 9QQ 91^ cfiaGQ q§H- 

9Q| ^©1 — Marriage-string fastened round 

the wrist of a bride-groom.. 

Kankanabasi Brahmana A class of Brahmanas 

in South India. 

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WQ 8§i99i «w ^Sfo » ; <aiqs— 

String of small bells worn as ornament on 

the ankles. 

9<*9-S. 9. (9S ai4 =cl © 9Q9l-{-9$. 3©; 9191 
Kankata GQa S&GQ €1© 9GQ ) — 9€SrQ; ai©3; 

9^SJ — -Comb. 

9a99 — e. 9. ( ft^o+weef. 9 ) — 9$r© (G9«) 

Kankataka Kankata (See) 

9dW39V— $■• $• (W9«© aQQ% W}&9 StfJKl)~ 

Ka^ka&dehi aisrci qi^qq 9<aigtq sfl$9 gghq9IQ 

Gtenophore. 

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Kankatika Kankata (See) 

9CJ09I 3§Q€1 Q«a G§3« £99 » 

9G?GI— 3. 9. %1. ( 9SQ + & § )— 9ST9 ( G9« ) 
Kankatl Kankata (See) 

oorQS — a. 9. (^To^ 9<5r + ag)— 9&iqito as 91 

Kankapaksha # £©dll — The wing of a flamingo. 

9GP091— 3. 9. — afllQGSi^ 9tf*l9W — 

Kankapakshi Flamingo. 

€9. 9. (<9IQ q#€Q Q^SS qg 69!Q319I%)— 
QI^Qg^jg — A sort of arrow. 

scrasl eote aa a« <as a»i t 

99r99— sr. 9. ( pql 005 w =o«3raa1 + ap = Qfl ) — 

Kankapatra ^ i 9Q 2fl9l<*9 39 - 

1. Flamingo feather. 

9l£l 5 €l^ — 2. Arrow furnished with 
flamingo-feather. 
WSLCS® SOI «S069I Q&, G?Q9$S9ei$ t 
e, ^^T— WT£igq§ — Furnished with flamSrigo 

feather. 


Kankapuri 9iq*l«ilj 9l«il ( 3$Q9I9 )— 

Benares. 
9©ai«l— SN 9. ( 9^ = 9Qe^+« aiSL-aiQ« 
KankamalS 9OTI+9^. ®+w)-~ 

A kind of clapping musical instrument. 

Mrqci— e. 9- ( 9§g1§> 9<5r+q?j 9«i ^ aa $* 

Kankamukha J319IQ ) — * 1 ©q%l; Sft*l8— 

1. A pair of tongs; pincers. 

2. A pair of surgical forceps l'or extract- 
ing nails from the body. 

9<$Q — 3. 9. ( 9° = aQKJ$?Q£1 W + 9 ill^=Q€l91 
Kankara + 9$ v a ; SL Q - Q 9 - ^5 \)~~ 

K | 91SIQQ9I V ^Ift GQIS — 
1. Concrete; gravel; pebbles; grit, 
J l ( 9° = ©»+$ ai^+9^ 4 . si )— 

©% GQIfi) 9g — 2. Churned sour milk. 
3. ^1.— 9Q*a —Rough; having grating sound. 

9Gf€)ft— ^. Qd. ( ©Q , Q+ qgl€a QO>— " 
Kankarila WTQqg; G^tl^sa — Gravelly. 

«tt GblQ €9$ ^1 ^ff^O I 

9«6Q— SIW. ( 9W9S ) 9. ( ^. 9Q€q» )— 
Kankaro QiqrO ( €<?« ) 

Kankarda ( See )' 

Kankard]a Kankar^a ( See ) 

Kankasaya ^3391 + 9^. W; G3 9Qaa1^S9IQ 
9ft epQQ« «aio «Kia91<l )-*qg.Q— Dog. 
Q«j|— J&/9. aj.— v I (9Kl) €jg&9QT 9M (<9SS9'9«»" 
KankS . qQ^^ 1 * 9ft^6Q)— 

1. The daughter of Ugrasena. 
'■' /! ^1^ G«(90W — 2. White sandal. 

?t w- il- 1 9qr+^ )— Wi^<a (g<5«9»>— 

Giving pleasure or happiness. 
'WKJ— fllW. ( «^«9S ) 9. ( «T. 9ST99I )— 

Kankai Q»«T — Comb. 


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9to«iQ ««ioea o§»i;4 C0G9 1 

. ) I 9SMN©; Q?9I9 — 2. The bone of the loins. 
41 I 9g£J9IQt — 3. The ribs on the sides. 
£Q. 9 — $l<519G>j 91$. — The side of the body; 

flank. 

GCHOGlf - 6Q. 9.— WIOTI? ( 6Q« ) 

Kankaiapa^i Kanka labSidi (See) 

•9G?lfi)QI©— €Q. 9.- aJSWO^i a<3!QQ ai4sQa — 

Kankalabardi The sides of the body over the 

ribs. 

©qplo«i*io««l- e. w. l°- ( ^Sl«i ottigms wlty 

EankalamatrabasisLta «9g <ai9l£} )— 2IQ sltf^ 
QqflQSiq QqQqsj— Reduced to skeleton; 

very lean. 

*QG?i<aa!(»— q. «?. (9<tf 0% wiq + sis) ) — <. 1 efo 6 

Kankajamala ©IfiSl TO^SI ^GQ Iff 1 91^91 511»l- 
1. A necklace of bones (worn by Grod Siba) 
J I «lg 3SQ — 2. A collection of bones. 
£Q.§£1. — QW9|§>|Qff<s|j — Reduced to skeleton 
^GflQfliOl— q. Q.— QSIfcfllG ( €Q« ) , 

Karika lamSia Kankalamala ( See ) 

KankaJamaHnU _|_^1. §) — ^ I ^igfll»iaie^1 — 
1. Wearing a string of bones. 

J I ^Ql^ll; QIGil — 2. An epithet of Goddess 
"" KslL 

QGItt^lftl— g. Q& g?. £ QOyiQaiGH + Slfi SldgQ QS> 
Kankalamali <. si. *, q. ) — SJgQIQliiiqj — 
(W!QS>IM — $1) Wearing a string of bones. 
3. $. $?.— £fo — An epithet of God Siba. 

#s?ifii»q!Q — sr. w.— (^§18; wis ^gs qiqjara) — 

Kahkaiasara Qqr|£)SI§HQ|fej| — 

• Reduced to skeleton. 

Kankali . ^ | qj^ — 1. The part of the sides 

above the waist on which grown up 
people carry children straddle-legged. 
A I GQI9; «<?> G$l© — 2. Lap. 


M?naa— G9. w. («r* Q^ri^l) — TOiofl$»i9.9i — 

Kankalia Reduced to skeleton. 

OQPIOV-GQ, 9. «1. (e. WIQ -{-§)— 
Kankali ^ I WIMM (c^-a) 

1. Kankalamalini (See) 

> I QQ^GSI^ — 2. A kind of arrow. 

qioiogq ggasj e^iol «0 01—91 aoi flWQQ. fte^ia t 

(9Q'I^93 %1) G!3^ STI9Q 9<ff|Q 2Jg — 

Having skeleton 01 ribs. 

Kariki Dragon fly. 

ftfw^\, pp^ft^ Q§§ Sq.ee cqq Sea— qawis. ^oql^w 1 

Kankidharana maa marana g^iaieil^ | G&IISJpr ^)gQ 

£JQGSi 91 ^Q9Q- (A saying intended 

to make children desist from catching 

dragon-flies) To catch dragon-flies 

portends mother's death. 

Kanku 1. A kind of grass. 

-? I'(0I5I) QQG3M? W- ^ 9Q' Q1Q— 
2. A son of Ugrasena; brother of Kainsa. 

o^€0— giw. (q^Qqa) 9. (s. ©qrwi)— 

Kankua QQQQI^ QIQ^I — Comb; hair-comb. 

Kankushtha ^ | 9€IQ1QQ^Q eil ( SJl«l9G€l ( a (^IGW) — 

1 . A kind of yellow stone. 

2. A kind of yellow soil found in the 
• Himalayan regions. 

Qft 9199 IQ ^?GKi W, 91^' §^1 <^ aQGQClQ §WQ 
Kankei Comb; hair-comb. 


«eora 


( w ) 


989*1 


<■ | Q 

Q q»«i 

S ^ 93$ 9& 

3G>fide qSiSQ 

a © a,<a .*. oq 

<j* 

9 

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3 Sl 

sj_ Gylwiq^i a«giQ 91 w^Q^gS qJJ «i J a j « * J -q« 

• . 

• 9 


QGQ© — $. 9 — 2IG€ll©^g— 

Kanke_la Janissus Asoca (tree) 

9Ga»— e. 9.— ©nq(gq«i) 

Kankeji Kankela (See) 

Kankelli Kankela (See) 

*«ri^— siot. (wwa) 9. (sr. w1%)— aigte«a%— 

Kankhar White gourd. 

[q— Q&n qsiGQ <i9i^ tjL^i w§ <o> 

«ffl&— SIN. UHQ3S) 9 (9°. O^i^-OftriQ (€<?«!)— 
Kankharu Kankhar (See) 

W9I— GQ. 9 ~ 6$€ll £199I9Q 9TO19 $S9Ga<a 

Kangarda ( <]9|Q 910 <2[9 $|^fl G99K£_<9! 939 

gR«IT 6 <W» ClQQieQ QGCl) — Xyleado Abri- 

formis (tree). 

WW-— G9, 9 (9§}SI1TO)-W61 ( G9<3i ) — 

Kaiigan Kankana (See) 

$Q"Q— €9. 9— W3I ( GQ«! )— 

Kangara K angaria (See) 

9CHQ— GQ. 9 (51°. QTOQl)— Ql©tf— 

Kang§i Hair-comb. 

, Kangaru 9£W3}9G€i3 — Kangaroo; Macropus 

major. 
[ 9— ^fll^qfe »GGII9 319; <SIGS> $©GQ V* 

£51 ad-13 ^®?k ^ams ©ftGa^^qS G£ii?<3 qsiq 
q£t 91 aG9^ s aio, GsqSiGQ ofllGff S^^qsiQ 9QQ3 
QQ§ 1 <iqioqr £19 G€I1Q 6 <m 99 I ] 

QG>I«S (QOT9) — GQ. W— QlfiCIO Q0«il9 ( 6*M ) — 
Kangala (etc) Kangala etc (. See ) 

•OGM© ( QQhW ) — GQ. 93— 91 Ch© Q9SIQ ( G9«i ) — 

KangSli (etc) Kangala etc (See) 

scrio 9Q0 aiQl eg cciqq era, 

vQ»iaai— gq. 93— Qmon ( g<?s )— 

Kangalia K angaria (See) 

*9Cf— S°. 9— aKWGQS — 


Kangu 


A kind of paddy like grass; 
Fanicmn Italicum. 


[ g— <§ aiSN awa ( qjf), ©lw ( etei )„.9t 

,( ffM ) 6 G9KJ9 (WISP ) GWGQ <19 GW,-^©, 


QS 6 Q§9$ GWGQ q& fl9IQ I WW 6 3Gq$9 

qoqi - 3°. 9 (QGjjHicef ©+*0-©gl( CTfli )— 

Kanguka Kangu (See) 

9GK3 - g°. Q —^ I QCE ( GQ« ) 

*- — 

Kanguni 1. Kangu ( See ) 

J I GfflilQ^SI ( GQ<3I )— 2. Jyotishmati (See) 

OCPg— €9. 9—^ I 9lS<M> ( G9«) )— 
^Kangushtha 1. Kampilyaka ( See ) 

J I qQiacr (GQfl)— 2. Mudrasankha (See) 
OGCfQ— GQ. 9- ( 3°. «^S! )— QieaT — 
Katogei Comb. 

9S»g— G9GQ. 9 (Q°.«<t| x )— ^ l©Wj 0915151 — 
Kaiigres 1. National gathering. 

j 1 qoQQici^ wraq— 

2. The Indian National Congress. 

©got qa§— w. 9. (cr. w^| v o5| )— qowwq 

Kangres kamiti wi^QQ ^alog giffl^ 91 $ll<5tl3§j— 

Congress committee. 

qscmq qom— gq. q (gtolw ©wj— 6e«iQ siote qs?^ 

Kangoda rSjya ^GCl^ — 

An ancient state of Ordisa. 
[g — nuQQ Qidiqfi, «I^G^IS, dsiflsi aioaQ, q^iqa 6 

ff2i!€l9 G<3© <3 qSH €l8© G9IQ?IQ 6 qq9©8 G^iQai 
a^cfo eaa©Q 9i^lQ <ifi q^'JQ qw^l^i ^Q d 
«>Q?9l£[ ^©i^igo ooig^ qs»g «^GR — 

©sriQ— gi. l 9. (e. QffQQD— aiQso" — 

Kanghai Comb. 

9GQQ— 91. 9.— WIS (GQS) 

Kanghei Kanghai (See) 

OO (y;^) — ^.—9^0 QQ9I — 

Kach (root) To tie; to bind. 

QQJM— GQ. Q. (aOiGjOW)- 9^9© 91^^; 99IQ— 

Kachkach "Wordy noise. 

^^5" GQ. §. ^^1. — Q990 S19GQ ( 9II9IQ yQ^ 

4M4>t4 SQ9Q61 Q€i) — Onomatopoeic sound 

expressive of hacking nnd, friction. ~ 

GQ. a.^OHCJQQ^)— CigaiQ «*fliq GQI«Q 9g^ 

Qaq^Oft 9!t9IQ W— Sound of hacking 

a soft thing with a sharp weapon. 


9999 9^91 


( <Xr ) 


9091 




( m\— 99»l9$l4 99969 9Q v 9Q 99, 91? 
SQIQQ ) I 

1. Inconvenience. 
J I 9G>9 — 2. Quarrel. 
•> 1 9*»aQ| — 3. Trouble; vexation. 
■rf l GQiG>9!» — *• Noise; ado. 

9099 9€}0|— 3169. (WMLQ)" £— 99Q9Q& 

9991 (69«1) 
Kachkach kariba Kachar kachar kariba" (See) 

QOeCM— 91. 9*1.-^ I 9»; QS9SS0— 

Kachkachia 1. Tangled; complex. 

^R£ ? I 9Q§99 — 2 - Teasing; vexing. 

9991$— W. a. ( aa*3?9(a)— $9g9 9€> 69IQ a?>QQ 
Kachkach QQ 39 9$ &9§L 2J9 a§j99l — 

Falling down by producing repeated 
thumping sounds. 
( aeu — 69 99,910 &9Q I ) 
99— 3. 9. (99^l%*-9«9 9S19I+9& a 3 Q19I«Jl 9«9 
Kacha 9 i S|ai<l )— 

1 I 69^95919—1. Hair. 
-> I fl9 9tfi; 9£1Q 9I€I— 
2. A healed sore; cicatrix. 

* i CSI9- 3. Cloud. 

* I ( +9<S- » )—yMWS$S— 

4. A son*of Bruhaspati. 

* I ( +S!9. a )— 9^ 9$Q — 

5. Bond; binding. 

£> I 6SIQ!— 6. Beauty; splendour. 
99*— €9. M. ( 3. 90Q )— 

Kachat ^ I 6©99l; G91QS — 1. .Tough; tenacious. 
J I SOT; 69I9Q— 2. Unclean; dirty. 

* I «Q ^9«S— 3. Miserly. 

99*1 — 9169. ( €19910 ) 9— §§19 «H 6 9I£9 <$£§. 
Kachaja 99 1 flR, 9&169 9a S3IQ^9I 2899IO — 

Cross-bar joining a veranda-pillar with the 
wall-pillar. 
9$?— 69. 9—*. I 91994; "aiaa "6 'ft© 91© ^2UGQ ?}9I 
Kachati o3 — 1. Wrist. 


J I 9gl9$N99GSI3 — 2. "Wristlet. 

«©? 9i§? a© «% <S©a«1 1 fla^a ! 

* I 9f aiflfg 9I9 — 

3. The bones on the sides of the loins. 

99§a>— €9. s>«a. ( ?r. 9©q )— 

Kachatia V I 69991— 1. Tenacious.- 

<M&*n , f^ ' ^m -» i ^q «i9ai ; 69is)g— 

2. Very unclean; dirty.. 

3. Very miserly. 

9991 — 69. 9— ^ I 691$ 3§ &€t 91? a©99l 

Kacharjla" 1. Falling down with buttocks om 
'srf^s the ground with a thud. 

J> I 69f^§ Q9ief^i QQQ^ 6%© ^9€ij ^9^, 
G9IQI9 6991 — 2. Forcibly dashing a 
thing down with a thud. 

* i 9Q^99I g@Q 911 9Q6Q 9«l aiftg9T 

ft\Q QQ — 3. The paddy plants laid on 
the field after cutting them off from . 
the roots. 
69. 9«H-«p% 9%l 69IQ W6Q d|f» v\® 69IQ: 
6QI€16Q 9«H *3IQ?19I ( a|© 9Q )— 
Kept in rows after being cut off from. 
the roots ( said of ripe paddy plants ). 
[ Q— illQ^ £2169 9ft^9lf 9991 091091 969 
3$ 9^*9 «Q% 319 699^19 9*1 3IQ 991 9<^l SI!<3 
6 9ft apa^ 991 9€t 991 991 §< I ] 

9Q@) €11991 — 69. § ~6QI9 <51§ £IQ ^69 9^9(9 
Kacharda khaiba 89§9I — To fall down with 
«rWB*tt63l a thump. 

9091 6991 — 69. f — «9«l 9h§^ 9»a«r9 ^569 S)6^»- 
Kacharda deba 9Q.9I — To dash a person down 
^rKTSSfNll on ^ ne ground with a thump. 

QQ9I 9©9I— 69. 5* — 9991 QIQ9I ( G9« ) 

Kacharda pardiba Kacharda khaibS ( See ) 

999/ QiQOI — 69" -?-^9G9^ CIIC9! ( 69<a) 
KacHarda pltifes Kacharda kh5ib"a ( See ) 


993 


( V« ) 


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$ %% 


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% G£j (aiQI^Ql 


to^TO qglsaQ 


aqgiQ Qi 99 9Q,gs oi «<i 


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OOfl— SIC9. (GWCiqa) 9. («. 9§a- sl q - 9. $'s q ) — 

Kachama 9@9; 9$© — Tortoise. 

9<3>Q QOQ— 69. W. ( e. 9© )— 

Kachar kachar V I 992SKJ — 1. Muddy. 

^j&, ^b<HWl -* I 2JI9 — 2. Wet. 

G9. si— ( aO*IQQQ3 ) — 

* I 091, Qiq€» 809 9tl erO^L Cfi^QIQQIQ 39 — 

1. Crackling like raw 'vegetables when 

chewed. 

> I 9Q90. ( GQ3 ) 

2. Kachkach ( See ) 

999 9QQ OQQI— 3IG9. (*WLQ) 5* — 
Kachar kachar kariba *. I 9Qg, 9Q9I — 
4>b<$t><Hl 1* To trouble; to vex. 

«g w r w T > i RaqSasi a» qr 9Qg 9$9i— 

2. To trouble with importunity. 

QQQCH— GQ._9. ( e. 911* )— <I9 39IQ 999SI9; 
Kacharanga qq\q\ 9<?3^ 31 a — A creeping herb 

#1b^Nl>l growing at the edge of water; 

fcftpiT; 'iftffdR-Mh srafajT Purple Lippia; Lippia 

Nodifiora. 

sjqm sr, Qifl— s?«)©g »1% [ g— ^919 a§> r$u 

9Q0B»1 5 Stt«il99l «OTI99I«9 I 091 ?^- 

q. 9«§s«l §!<$ , OSQ §099, $$- 

sri. dloQWi %s, ©fc^iq, 9^ai9, 

G9i<a, QI9 6 9 49iw i ] 

999A9Q— CT. W— 9©§9Q® ( G93 ) 

Kacharamachara Kacharkachar ( See ) 

Kachara Refuse; sweepings. 

W^H^^ 9<a — «. I Q^q^BII — 1. Wet; moist. 

^ft»«hd j I «4flfl^— 2- Muddy. 

90q9l$— €9. 9— G3Q* QI9CQ 9999I§GQ a^ftQI 

Kacharagarcli 3921)^ qtfritaiQf §9IQ 9< — 

Refuse-cart. 

99Q Q9IQ91— GQ. #— Q19Q aKXiaq, SQ$_ 91? 

KacharS pakaiba 9S*G9 G3G>!Q 9$ 9§9I — 

To spread the ripe paddy plants in the 

field after cutting them. I 

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[ 3 -Qoq ag)^9i ^fff€i2GQ Q99 6 «q 91©- 

wraw 1 ] 

9(J — 3:. 9* ( 90 + ^fi ) — 9g91 — Female elephant. 
Kacha €9G9. M.— ( «0. 991 ) — 

i. I qWlffi; 21^9^^ — 1. Young; of tender age. 

(aQi— 93^©) ^ 1 aa^ ^Qg^i — 

2. Not skilful; not well-trained. 

* I affQQSa — 3. Inexperienced. 
#t5f; ^Pt v I 21TO; 99! — 4. Unripe. 
WBl * I Si^Q — 5. Not strong. 

9 1 aaiQcra — 6. Unfit. 

9 I 991 G9IQ0 ^91 — 7. Uncooked, 
r I ag^-4^ — & Incomplete; imperfect. 

ti I 3gqjP9 9^31^1 9 391 (91^1) — 
9. (work) Not done with care. 

V t fllfGQ 9^51 (^9) — 

10. (house) Emit with mud or earth. 

«A I Sflf€llS9G9 9TO (Q© 39). 

11. ( wall ) With mud masonry* 

G9G9. 9- tf») — Q\& «lW99e9 SSI^ — 
Carelessness in the doing of any work» 

G9. 9 (e-99 ai^=-<3l3 aiQ9l)— 
«»lt; ^55|t^ ^ I Gai9IQ qcit 91991— 

1. Washerman's cloth- washing. 

^ 19091 ««q a^9i— 

2. Falling with the buttocks on the 

ground. 

* I Q3Qq[ §OIQ QQ^ QSGQ9I; 9^91^ 

9«!,©9I — 3. Dashing a thing down, 

■* I 9gG9q? 9Q31— 4 - Masturbation. 

€9. 9^t— CHI9I 9iq OTI €9IQ^9 (sjai)— : 

Washed (cloth). 

9qQ9l"G9. 3.—^ I 919919 §fe$ %Q— 

Kaohaiba 1. Causative form of XSchiba* 

^N J I 9991Q SIOQ %a — 

2. Causative form of KachibS, 


«w^ flft 


( \V*« ) 


:9© 


waacqce «oq ^tsa^po i e^agact ifltfi «* ' ( ^a^s^4 S^v^cq geos^Mi ^ei s>>$ i saw vsa > o^o csWvivi flings 


•#t&ftW 1. Raw youth. 

> I Siq Q^g (GS6J Q£j^€Q GQQQ ae»OI tiQ 
g 0|« )— 2. Young age. 

Kachakachi ^ <?<iOTIQ 9^§) — 6$Si6Mj QQ1Q 

G$€l <S$q6tQ OSt ( G9SJ* ^ $<l ) — 
Pulling eacli other's hair. 

GQ« Q. — ^ I QWSl $I9QI 3 <?IQW QIQQl — 

1. Repeated dashing or beating. 

2. Mutual dashing. 

3. Dashing down of many things, 

QQ Q1S— G9. 9.- ^ I 9ISGQ «Wl S% Alt €llg^— 
-KachS kama 1. Mud. masonry. 

q^ l ^ l ti 2. Any work not well-done. 

Qq. «l©l— G9. $ — ©01 ei|Q| (q%$ «i|OiGQ G9IWQ 

Kacha khata 8^p*]l3 §aG3 SOI SIO 6 QGQ 

#feWa1 «l QOI 3IOIGQ OOI §0 )— 

5&n^TcIT Rough notebook ; a book for 

scribbling. 

«q€ll»€>— .GQ. ^ ( ««. TOI + S- dSS»)— wi Qj* & 

Kachaganthini flif^Q ©^991 G1I§S>— 

#t^1 *tR *ft Brick and mud masonry. 

■OqQQ— GQ. 9.— ^ I ?ll»lff ?}9I €}Q; QIQQQ— 
Kacha ghara 1. A house with mud walls. 

$QTO*T 2. Thatched house. 

• I Ga6£ 3QQ ©Iff «B9Q 91? <«iF© 2lG£— 

* 3. A hoiise with mud masonry. 

[ q— ©q «i& $q 9iQ€ji, $q a© m® « src» 

e*a €S§ 3°a adfeQ gqsj ?< I ] 
9q e©i?io— aiw. ( Wf%& ) 9.— «q €llgs>i G£M?1 
Kacha jordai q^i^ qif giq QgiMI — 
^t5l C^l^l^ Brick and mud masonry. 


Kachardiba QQQL— 1- To throw down with force; 
^PW5 CTQ^rl to dash down. 

9§9I— ;2. To rain cats and dogs. 

, ( aai— «B©,GGGi 3miq a^Q 9q§)Q 1 ) 

Kachardi heba ^GQ 9IG9Q9I — 

1. To strike one's limbs on the ground 

angrily. 
J I ^GQ Q091 ^!Q9I — 

2. To fall on the ground with a slip. 

^Q«C Q $® ^ fl,t ^^ €QCSl ! WV S9ifl«^ aj?«igft 1 

Kacha bayasa Kacha umara (See) 

Qq Q»— G9. 9.— ag'^l ^ Gdft* Qcr alg ^© at<- 

Kacha ranga Not fast colour; loose colour; 

^t^ ^|5p colour which vanishes after washing. 

Kacha Tasta A road made of earth- 

Kacha sarjlaka Kacha rasta (See) 

cq SSQ— GQ.^. — 9IGW?! G^lGi- 2iefl tRi 699^ G9Q — 
Kacha sera A standard seer of eighty tolas. 

Q©?— W. S»— OTfc -ASM? SG9Q- 90f — 
Kachi Wrist. 

giw. ( ^9»i© ) 9— ^!0Q G3^ «jgi°a^ eiei 

Q1QIGQ; alftGi eiiS — The eye of a . paddy 

seed. 

QQ. $S1— 9§ ( CM ) — 

Kachchhi ( See ) 

flIW. ( eflwqs ) 93— (.$0. ^- 9©T*-qg"") — 
V [ €QW»j Q?To— 1. Soft. 
> I G€l%i ^?— 2. Small; little. 


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;QQ,8l— G.9. 9— 9$ 9^ ^GW ^9£3<a (saiplGia 
Kachia ft©) — A big scythe. 

;<S>$9i— 59. §— ^ I . €jasi«4. IJOIQ 9Q%G_a€> G99I— 

Kachiba 1 . v To dash down a thing after 

^Fftft raising it up. 

2. To practise masturbation. 

•9©fl— giw. (9igqw 6 efl'wqs) 9- (s. 9sa ; %«.9. 

Kachima ©Igfl) — QQO- €j$ — Tortoise. 

*Q©€)— G9G9. 9. («o. owq) — «. I 9^qoq— 

Kachiri 1. Public court; court of justice. 

^R^ 2. Public office. 

3. Zamindar's collection office. 
[ g — TO TO WC| SS) SIQ^9I Q©Qfl|QQrQ 910 

TO To; siai— «fi«Q, wifia©, ots$g«wk i ] 

( i €JjB>€J»— *G9. 9.— Q9SIGQ q^Q. Q%^91 91 9€>Q% 
Kachiria &*j3©q£a 31^91 GQQ — A person 

regularly attending courts. 

G9. qg\—k i 9©^%, ©q9o%Ga aiQa^ 

999IQ2IH-1- Frequenting courts and 

offices. 

; l 9G£>W§1^— 

2. Appertaining to court. 

* I QGQQGQ 9h9§£> — 

3. Used in court; prevailing in courts. 
«9€>€)«fl QQ! — G9. 9t"9©^G9 9m9§© 9^ 6 349 Q! g J — 
Kachiria bhasha The mixed and incorrect 

language used in courts 
and offices. 

9<ai Gfifliaw GQ?iGR Q°q«|, goi, ?rcwi, eriQd 

g^Q QSR SIGTO €19 9<t9$ Q $<! 6. 9iWQ«IGI©, 

q^iae 6 ^jgQQ^ 9$$©i g® 9iT ovm< 
©qg[9i awa 9i§ 6srcii si§£>hQ hiq yiQS) 9i§ 

* 6 9©9GQ 9h9'§9 21GW 319^9 6 Q°<g«! $9 6^ 
Q€JG3 <1 EKW3 «[% GQlftQI§T I ] 

Kachiri kariba 99$^ 91 ©idsloqCQ 9§ QliSi 


^Mfii^rt 


9Q9E— rl. To hold court." 


^SO^NI J \\i$A £09 9©ftGQ 4^ GWI QQ 
"^991— 2. {a multitude ot people) 


To gather as in a public court or office, 
* I 2IGW GQ*^Q e ^ <9 9 ' G9QU^ %9 
Q9Q9I — 3. To collect a multitude of 
people as in a public court or office. 

0©Q QQ — G9. Q—K i ©tolQfllMTQ «I0«« «<9ft TO9I 
Kachiri ghara 99^^199 QIQ ©9© q9— 

^IbtQ^il 1. The cutcheri house of Zamindara 

for accomodating persons collecting rent. 

> I qOWJ QlAlO GQQ* ^GQ §<]; SiaiQei 

©I^Hloq— 2. A public office. 

©©QQaiQQJ— G9. $ -^-QOSl QQ.QI (G9«l ) 

Kachiri jamSiba Kachiri kariba ( See ) 

9€>€) QflQI— GQ. 9— 9IM 4 Q9 SD9 <IQ9 C9ICI 99QQ 
Kachiri jamiba Qld^ q,Q91 — Session or sitting of 
^Wf^ <pr| a court. 

9©§ a©Q|— G9. 9— Q9^ ^9 9<i§ «0i 9^91 apfli- 
Kachiri pardiba Cldsihg of an office or court. 

9©€}9ftl— W. 9— 9€>$% 8^ 991 ©?1GS ^QGg© 
Kachiripindha Q€iG^ — Office dress; dress in- 
^t5}ftc*iM^ tended to be used on public 

*^R*IM^*T occasions. 

«©Q€aiQI© — G^>G9. 9 (a.OO«5?q| + €91^10.) — QQClB^I 
Kachiriposhaka (G9«) — £achiripindha (See ) 

0©QG£TQ^I— GQ. 9^1—^ I QQQ^Cff^^KGQ©)— 
Kachiripheranta 1. (a person) Just back from 

court or office. 

> I 9©€l^-€3a9l (GQffl) — 

2. (time) Of returning from court. 

Q©Q 9391 -G9. 9— 990. ©391 ( G9«i ) 

Kachiri basiba Kachiri jamiba ( See ) 

9©€J 0Q«I9 X — G9GQ. 9. ( n. Q09ft + 9Q«lg ) — 
Kachiri barakhast QOSlQ QU^i Q^iQQlG^ 99Q 9C? 
4 | b | fafj ^T^ G99I — The closing of a court 

ree filfccKJJIW or office afier the day's 

work. 


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00€J q§9l— 69. §— (9©QQ 9I&I*J£1 91 9193) ©lA 
Kachiri bhangiba 63SGQ §3^ g§> <s^Q 991 — 
To dismiss a court. 

69. $ — G9£>9 ©l& Sl5liaftl€fil 9€>€IQ ©l& g3© 
€99! — The dismissal of a court after a 
day's work. 

9©€} Q61Q1-G9. 9— 99$ S?§9I (69$ ) 

Kachiri lagiba Kachiri jamiba ( See ) 

QQ— %, 9. (90 a|$ = 9i$9l+9$. q. sai9i €9I<|- 
Kachu 9^i 9GQ ) — 31^ $j)€©!Q WG^ — ■ 

An esculent root; Colocacia Antiquorum; 
Taro Colocasia. 

[g— <i9i §»», q§ai©, »eqa9, 9iq, &^ 
6 asi9«fa 1 ] 

9©Z09— 6969. (Q°) 9— 69IOSIIO ( CQ« ) 

Kachuan Kochman ( See ) 

9Q€DCa— G9. 9— 69IQM ( G93 ) 

Kachuani Kochuani ( See ) 

©Of— SI69. (*<Wq$) 9. ($. 9&<3j 99£l9i)— 
Kachur^i QQQ ( 693 ) 

Kachuri ( See ) 

©OG9l@|— 69. 9. — * I G9IQI S3IQ 9^ 69IQ3[9! 31%— 
Kachupoida 1. Burnt Colocasia. 

^gPlW ^ I (9iGr)— 6©fa§ 9^ 9| 91 ©tf— 

2. Any spoilt thing or work. 

©OG|— 69. 9. (ST. 9Q^)— <© 99(9 €19^ <9| 9ffl9 QQ 
Kachura $g <^$ 91991 ©OQ QQ — A kind of 
$. Q£h|£} herbarious root; Cjurcuma zedoaria 

©©Gk €1*1 919?, (Haines). 

©«& a^QQQ, ®W\% [ g — <9I 6Q6>9, agcaG© 

69^3. QilQ 6 919 <9 ©EKMa© I <1|^ 

^f^, SRfli^C Cll^a Q?m. §«, <I9I %%, 

Wh adi, g^i, 9W, <wg, qa, 91^ 

fl. QQ<3& 6 9TOIQ9; <9i9iq eift^g, 

9.. 9^! CigSIIQI ©9!Q© §<1 I ] 

OOQ— €0. 9. — (€t. 99^)— <^©QQ 8^99G«!<a — 
Kachuri A sort of cake made from flour and 

^RHff . pulses. 


QCQQ^I— G9. 8. — 9«tQ9l (G9«t) 
Kacheiba 


Kachaiba (See) 


9€09!Q — W. 9- — ^ I a9IG«!OGQ » €9 9IOGQ 
Kachebara GflltGQ ^^ 9?9I «ldl9 <3$9GQ ^;. 
Tfwln «ig 9G^ * 6 «g ^gq v a§)9lQ 919 («9i? 

turn of the dice resulting in number 
12, comprising of 6 in one, 5 in one and 
1 in one, thus totalling 12, 
J I (Sheila) G^GQ 6 !^ — 2. Prosperity. 

9€09IQ9fg (91%)— G9 9^9^g G9IQ ^l9q9GQ 
Kachebara pardichhi 9QQ^1 9%g; 9I%9® ^9fc| 
®9&i ol % ^^ 9^^_9 91 G«G> 9€19IQ 
G9Q a?)© — He is freed from all res- 
traints; he is now enjoying happiness 

and joy. 
9€9€J (Q9il9) — G9G9. 9. (a)— 99Q (Q91I9) (€9fl) 
Kacheri (etc.) Kachiri (etc.) (See) 

QG^Q — G9. 9. — 99^99 (G9«) 

Kachora Karburaka (See> 

9S^€)— GQ. 9.— 9q§l (G93) 

Kachori Kachuri (See) 

9©— 69. 9. (S. 9&)— Q^9! ^Q99 ^9^3 9® G9Q — 
Kachcha The country of Cutch in W. India# 

9©Q — e. W— (%=%C© + OQ ai%««lfl9 9Q9I + 
Kachchara Q(j ^ % oiGQ 99 «0G99)— ^ ! 999^ 
SQQI^ 3£)^€9 — I- Dirty; fouled; soiled- 
} I <$$i% ^—2. Wicked. 
* I GOIQ 9g — ^- ChiTrned sour milk. 
[ 9 — Sl?£938 '95* »a9IOl 6?JSH '^Q^ €19 <g 
€199 ^ia3°€i I ] 

9©! (Q9h!9)— G9G9. M- (a>)— 9^ (Q9«il9) (G9«t) 
KachchS (etc.) Kacha (etc) (See)> 

[ g — <Jg €19 99^ GR«ilG9 ^9 99€lSII Q°q9l 
^169^ OQqSi — Cutcha.] 

9©I9©|— G9. 9. («0. 99l=^9^ + ?f. 9^; S* 99l ; . 
Kachchabachcha 5(909) — 9$ g^ gg. 2i§|99|— 
<pW<llb&i A large number of infants. 

TO^Pff , «^T ** ( i32l[— 9|%q9IS^ W< 99I991- 

G9QQg) I) 

9©"— G9. M.— 9S (G9«l) 

Kachchi Kachchhi (See) 


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gsieigw) — ^ i 9G© ? — l. Is ^ so ? 

,? | 2191 — 2. Whether. 

* l ^9©s- G9ia §<i — 

3. Most probably; it seems. 

9G©QIQ— W. 9. — 9GOTIQ (G9«i) 

Kachchebara Kachebara (See) 

Q$ — tf-9. — (9=£ , £> + Gg'l at^=GQQ© 9Q9l + 9<$. 
Kachchha a)— ^ | ^8§G€t% §Q 3Q- O^kSj CIS — 

1. A tree. 
J I Sl^g 9! ©Ql€iq QQQ ^qa— 2. The 
country on the shore of the sea or lake. 

9Q3J fiG&i GSIQ QIQ, «G§ Q9GQ f ft C9IQ I 

qch l -491Q q©aisi qp i <q g^si gicte 

QIQGQ Q$£I.Q GW6Q <W gq 4 QC&4Q 
91 9GS3.Q 4QIQ qoaKB go)— 
3. The country of Cutch in Western India, 
v I QQflq a§Q S>9$$ — 

4. Low marshy land. 

* i goJqiq asq% QepiQ aaacr — 

5. The back end of a boat. 
£ I asp© Wdg SMOO SG93 — 

6. Level country or valley at the foot 

of a mountain. 

9 I 9ft£; QGiia — 7. A round hollow case; a 

hollow shell-like covering. 

ST. 9$) — ©©91^)3© — Situated on the shore of 

water. 

G9. © v I ( «r. 9@! )— ^PQSQ q^qgq 6 9$^ 

SGQ€tGQ 9MGQ ^9i QEWICIQ — 1. The 

gulf of Cutch. 
J I { ST. 99Q ) Wfe 9QQ— 2. Tortoise. 

* i $!£• gg^ S9Q1Q — 3. The second in- 
carnation of Bishnu in which he upheld 
the universe on his back by assuming 
the shape of a tortoise. 
. v | ( $. 9S ) a$iqa 9! ^°a — 4. Equal part. 


* I ( S* 9J3-) Q% 319—- 5. Measurement. 
^ I §QQI- cp. $GM — 6. Comparison. 

«9 ^Q SL Cft Qcr c^saa i ateiqQ. 5*999" i 
5> ! Q«> g^GR &4Q ^°€1GQ Sf)^9l *JKfc 
Ql^, — 7. Share allotted to one share- 
holder at partition; allotment. 
69. $3— V t SSI- %«!; qfltft— 1. Equal. 
J» I qq$g- 3Q% Q<jSi— 2. Equivalent; 

similar. 

* I Siaa — 3. Able. 

v | §M£! — 4. Fit to be compared; 

comparable. 

Kachchhatika KachchhS ( See ) 

Kachchhapa <l | gQO ; SJ" 1 - Torfcoise ; turtle - 

(WQl—ffl) ^ t 9f5Q §0q-«9OI«— 

2. The tortoise incarnation of Bishnu, 

* I $G99QQ ©^QGQ'S — 

3. A gem of God Kubera. 
v I 91iq.^Q Q^9Gi!*a — 

4. A pose in athletic feat. 

* I QQiQIGQ G99I 2$19G€l<a— 

5. A tumour in the palate. 

98§QI— ?t. 9. %1— (TOa + s»+%1. ®-> «W* a(J© 
Kachchhapika* Qga QSl)— ^ 1^— 1- A wart - 

2. A big boil; cancer; carbuncle. 

* I QQI^D G^Q — 3. Abdominal tumour. 

Kachchhapl LA kind of harp. 

^ I SQSGlQf TO1I —2. The lute of Saraswati, 

the Goddess of Learning* 

* 1 99 9§Q — ^- Small tortoise. 
■tf I flIQ 990 — *■ Female turtle. 

* I M GQSiQG^i q<|9^-r5. Carbuncle. 

98^.91— 3- 9. 4 ( TO-StfSl S?+^ ^l^sflGq- 
Kachchharuha M gQ,9l +9^t+ «- 9J. ai) — 

^ i ^cj>|Qft ; ^QQm— Creeping grass; 

the dooba grassi 


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Q&— «F. 9.— < 99+31 )— < i 98 ( G9<3t )— 

Kachchha ' 1. Kachha ( See ) 

> ! ft«3ri*3]€QI9 — 2. A kind of insect; 

a cricket. 
$§— G9. W.— 9§G9al£J— 

Kachchhi Belonging to the ditch country, 

' ''^^t ^ # _Q9,^Q4jQig| Q<,g — A Cutchee.. 

9§QI— G9. §.—-9§QI (C9<3) 

Kachchhiba Kachhiba (See) 

«§ flQflG— 69. 9.— 99«Wt31 qroaia — 

Kachchhi maiman The difoheeMemmons. 

[9 — xlfllGQ' 2*J£Q JJCjjaiG^ 21CjS(l6Q $&$ 9<S(? 

qis© 69iQ«afjfc ©g -oaiGO §q^ 9iqqp sicjaiGQ 
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«%— 3- ^ (OS ai^— g°q| Q$Q| + 9<§. Q)— 99^(«9«l) 
. Kachchhu Kachchhu (See) 

e$aa— 3. 9. iL (99j~9^+^§oisaf to+^1. ^ 

Kachchhumati <9| 99^91 96^ Qty9Q 96Q) — 

spSefl; 9fQSfif (G9<a) 
A wild bean producing itching; Cowhage. 

«^Q— e. 9<a. i°— <j ( TOj^o§iSq€i+Bi8 aaeQ 

Kachchhura Q)— 9I'§ 91 9§£qciq.§— 

fa?*9 — ^0 1- Suffering from itches. 

j 1 (^aia+8Qai^=Q«9 9Q9i+9$.tf)— 

QQ^ICII^ ai^Q— 2. Libertine; adulterer. 

9§q— ST. 93. %1. (99,j=941^+Q + Sfl..*ll)— 

Kaehchhura 9§j QQQQQ) — Suffering from itches. 
«N 9. $1. — V ] 69£!hI — 1- Harlot; whore. 

-> 1 ss&K «a)— 

2. A kind of tree with scented leaves. 
9££— *. 9, (93 ai^g°qi 9^91+9$. $)~ 

Kachchhu 9l§; %fJS8 —Itches. 

9€$i§0i— sr- 9. 3,1 ( 99 + ^S9l )— 
Kachchhotika 991; 91% Qlfiftl — 

A* small loin-cloth with a teal to be tncked 
down the back side. 
'^SSfteSTCIQ— 69. 9 (9Wl) — q€$9$ 9^ g693l$&> 
KachchhopasSgara QEKUCIQQegg — Gulf of Cutch. 


99— 69. -9. ( e. 99 )— 99 ( G9«i ) 

Kachba KaChchha ( See ) 

C9. Q«I — 99 ( ■€Q«I ) 

Kachchha ( See ) 

W ^ G^S> ^.tfla^€ , 5>9»e ( = %OTq) 

9S9Q9I — e^-. « — v 1 9g -gqiQ qjqgq qi4T s^qi— 

Kachha kariba 1. To divide into several equal 

<}1&1 shares; to partition. 

^felT ^ ! €W1 QQ S°€ll9IQQr §9IGQ a§)^Qf 

2. To allot separate properties to separate 

share-holders. 

Kachbare Like. * 

98 ^QIQ^I — 69. ^— ^?Q 9WI ( G9^ ) 

Kchha lagaiba Kachha kariba ( See ) 

9Q— €9- ^. ( 3*. 9tt=9^CJcil ai€fQ|^ 91$: g- 991 = 
Kachha fel^cilQ aaai«l 919 )— 9TO GSIQ S!Q 

G«IISll e9IQ«ll<— The end of the cloth 
worn which is tucked in to the 
waistband at the back. 

9Q9S v G99I — €Q. ^~ 9tf9S £991 ( G9<St ) 

Kachhakachh heba Kachhakachhi heba (See ) 

$S9§ G©9{— G9. 8 ..( e. Q9 )— 

Kachhakachhi heba ^ | ( ^Q Qg ) 09QGa 91 

WSGQ Q^IO G99I— 

1. ( two "things ) To tally exactly with 

each other. 

-m BicWitQn a^^i^i 9qgQi— 

2. ( two things ) To be measured by one 

another* 
■ * I '«CQil*Qi SP&I 9q9^i— 

: " 3. ( two things ) To be compared with 

^ach other* 




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M»a©W— 69. 9(sr. mi+qS)— 9$9i sjeiiQ assQ q« 

Kachhakani g$IQ G«l G9IQH9I «°€IQ- G€l§§!3 — 
The end of cloth tacked- below the waist. 

9g«lQOl— GQ. 9— 9€i eiQ«aiaQ*f ( gqs ) 

Kachhagaintha Kachha gainttiagaipthi ( See ) 

-9g QQ4IQQQ. — w. 9— awiQGQ ^Q'M aaqal 9i§ 

KachhS galnthagainthi S$ 920091 Q6J9G€fS; 

^Q 94 QiSfojJQiQ ^aqjQ 93% 1$ W ^211 

©^ ^S" 9a$. €ft aOIQGQQ ^39 §IQGQ Sen 

9$RG99IG)£i QfJ— A kind of punishment 

consisting of making two culprits stand 

back t<* back by tying the back-ends 

of their tucked cloths. 

*$§jaiQQI- G9.§-§©9I Q%Q CCIIM QI0<Jl#I8 9I«I^ 

KachhS mariba QQQ q.Q| QG9 CIQIQ a$l OgGQ 

^l^lUl^i G3I39! —Jo tuck one end of the 

ItfCIW^ cloth down tie private parts 

backwards. 

OagS— 69. 9— ^ I 9&Q Gagjf a°S SKkl 4 qs?i <}!Q9 

Kachhamuthi 3§6Q #M — 1 - The part of the 

cloth tucked along the private parts. 

> i €i^QQ ^Q8q aa qei; 9foo 33199 sa 99- 

2. The part of the body between the hips. 

<9aQP€9 t\W G€f99l— 69. § — »<,<$ SJ© 91 9§ 

Kachhaimithire 6991 — 

jharda pheriba To tremble in abject fear. 

^agpGQ G9!<S1€i *^ ! — Q$3pGQ «»K?I6TO9I (693) 
■ Kachhamuthire Kachhaimithire jhardapheriba 
pokhari basiba ( See ) 

^Q—SIGQ. ($HW) 9. ( e. 9$)— 1 I QqqOQ % 
, Kachhar 'Sfell 91R flit — 1. Sandy and silted soil 

on the bank of a river. 
-M QQ|9£>9 «© Sllfj R§9^9 — 

2. Roe-soil; saline soil on the riverbank. 

*a9<§&— GQ. 9^. v— i J -csjqT 9t§ sil&IQ 69C1 
Kachhahagura qqi© 9 Si§ 9fT SfclQ ETSIQ 
-ti) ^IQIGTO QQI<3— 1. A person 

who soils his cloth, in haste to 
■ ; r ease himself , 

■> i ( Qgditf— ;.©a. 9Q6Q qsgq -<i©i6Er69>— 

8JQh9 QQqQI— 2. (figurative) Very timid. 


0§— 69. §— 9S X 693 ) T 

Kaehhi Kachchhi (See ) 

9g9l§ 6991— GQ. # — ^Qt a9id" 09^69 8W 

Kachhikachhi heba ^^ 9»3?*l -< two things ) 

To tally with each other exactly. 

9g«*1— €9, $ • ( ^- 9^-)-^- 

KachhibS X I ^3^^91—1. To equalise. 

> I 94T9I — 2. To measure one thing with 
reference to -another. 

* * I %£>ff! 9Q.91— 3. To compare. 
■* I %«9 G991^4. To be equal. 

9gfl— gi69, ( 9IGWQ, C««W)1Q 6 e^i SI?- ^*- 
Kachhima -9lfi«< ) ^ — «©^ ( C9A.J : 

Kachima (See ) 

Q^— €9. $. ( e. 9©^)— 99^( G93 ) 
Jtaohhu Kachchhu ( See ) 

9fcS— G9_. ?»• ( *. 96tlWi .->^--9G»l19l ( W« ) 
Kachhuti . Kacjichhotika ( See ) 

95ft — giGQ.. (^^Qg.Q) a— 5S5 ( G9fll. ) _ 

Xachhe ' Kachhen (See ) 

Qg^—gi. q^. (q^qS) w— 9SGQ} 8^IG9j ?I«JGQ— 
KachheS , In one's share or allotment. 

"( M-G01Q.9GQ agiw^ a©q i ) 

9© v G91t— G9GQ. ^ (CP)— 9I9G9I% ( GQ« ) 
Kaj kot Kajakota ( See ) 

90Q— "SIW- WH91QIS- W- ^^ Q ^~ 
Kajla TOl P^i^ Qgo 99l 5 99ia°S^ — 

Slightly Mack; light dark (colour). 
qq^j— G§GQ- 9- (Q - ")— q^KQ 9©9I aiSJQiQGQ 3t3 

Kawe QiQ G99t-9tQ 3gQ agl^l. g?Q ; 9!Q— 

Cause-waj. 

994 99JJ <0®— 9IC9. ( 9^919 ) ^> — 

Kajla kajla akhi ©QSB% fij«^ 'Si 91" TOf »— 

Light dark eye. 

99©— €9- 9. ( «T- 9«Q )— . :: . V 

Eajaja " «. I «ji9r- 1. Colljrium. _ ~ ; ; 

<FlW^^ .> I ^9 991 9'C«lQ99l— ' ' _ _. r 
^ra& 2. Lainp-black or soot. 

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$£fi>9»i— w- s>~ ©to §j59iG9 3§® 91$ 91 <aa IteiQ 

Kajalakala Qftl — Lamp-black or soot collected 
for preparing collyrium. 

M— QTO OR GQQ <5|Qtf— 

Black; of a very dark colour. 

«QG€«Q-" W. 9~ ( *. M,ft . 6 GCfe )— 09 STO 
Kajaiagaura asj^ $fti 6 tiQf G^Q^S^ «B«|i 
^|«r^l, ^t*fsjt fl^IR «£— A kind of sugar-cane. 

90©QIQ — G9. 9-- «iq fllfi^SlG «09% ^' .^QSP 1 
Kajalagara go 9®G)Q GQGtl — A slender line of 

■$l*r»l$fa„ collyrium drawn from the ends of ' 

the eyes towards the ears. 

06O G^QQ G09I (*i9q)— G9. $ — t. I a© GStelft 

Kajala chorai neba STOISQ SOT*iQ^ W^GO^S 

9g 9QS1 G»6lG99l — 1. To steal a thing 

deft-handedly from under one's very eyas. 

J> I «Q«q ©^_Q©1 SITOIGQ G«5TeiS 9§qL 99<H 

^ 90,91 — 2 * To play the sharper. 

©fiOOli— €9. 9(3.9TO+qGr» H TOfiMIQ (G9«t)— 
KajalanaBji Kajalagara ( See ) 

9©Q<1GQQQI — GQ.$— ©^Q fflftQ- ©flC^ ^aS«l 6J9GQ 

Kajala pakeiba ai^ ai§)GQ QlSf Q$ GS§ 919 ®GQ 

^■Ht^t $$£> a$9lQ€jai£jQWI— To arrange 

<M 5l <aUKg |T for soot being deposited on the back 

of a pot of water placed over a lamp 

with a view to prepare collyrium. 

9©(SQ1©— W. 9— <* I ( S. SSO + QIP ) 9©» Q§9!Q 
Kajalapati ai^aip— 1. A case for keeping 

4t«rt«|V0(, <j>J«r«1M<Af collyrium. 

g.flSTCftysiSff > \ cr- ( 04 oa^l ) <3« Rn ^1 <$- 

fW S9IQ ^19f QG0Q; ftOTal— 

q^tfttt^^STaT 2. A small black bird with a long 

tail; the black drongo; Dicrurus 

Ater. 

[ Q- Q^fflai© 0G©Q €IISII^[1 oefe Q^QO I <9I 
Q91.GQ <+IV ^Cr^i §<li G^9iq. 99G>««iI Wlj 
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[ 9®ffiai€) 91 VQiaiQ q^G^ G^T^Q ^liQ— 

- 92^119 q$ QQ€Q Gei!?<3 WQaiQ qqii G9IQ3KI I 

> I gd9l 5^ 914 ^SL ^Qe9Gff) 9IS1GQ Q&Q- 

fll©f< aft «l%®Q5jp ^€Q ! QIQ^I ^3 GQC1GQ ©9^ 

GW9I ^91Q QQ^l I ] 

0©QQI©0— QQ. 9—^. I O^S^tQ aiff; QQI©€1 aiO — 

Kajalapatia 1. A kind of paddy with 

black husk* 

J> ! <Q 9QIQ ^f9^ Q9l } QCT as1— 
2. A small black bird; the black 

drongo. 
GQ. 9^1 — Q^fflaiQ QO 9 Q 6 ^ — Small and long. 

oeeai©eiiQQ-GQ. 9— 9QQ9S) act <9goiQG©cri= 

Kajafapatiadala gQQ €11^ ( <J9IQ EJQ flW^tf 6 
Wl^^ v SH9IQGGJ GfffOI 9! 9WQIQ 351 ^ 6 5SJ% ' 
£[SiQ G9£f Si^l ;— A kind ofr aauatic 
plant; Monochoria Hasteefolia ( tlie 
leaf is somewhat of the same shape as 
that of the tall variety of "Water- 
Hyacinth with deep blue flowers )" 
©0Q3l©a QQG^9— GQ. 9^1—^ I GSq Wg W^IIQ 
Kajalapatia bhalaloka qiag© 9^ Q^ Q<^\ SSaiQ 

Q€t Qh!^ QGQ — 

1 . A selfish or partial arbitrator. 

^ I G3Q ^^GQ9 «ffi 9m§Q 9^319 VQ9I% 

3IQ ^S?Q SS?ffl€1 <3tl< — 2. An arbitrator 

who comes to tro*uble for going to- 

arbitrate between two parties, 

[ g— 92JI 318— G€il?<l GI«J ^Gef Q&\%< 99 ^ 

^sp^i Q91 9ft9i%aifijf ^^Q qej»tsr^ eei qe 

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Kajala patiba Kajala pakeiba (See) 

QfiQ QSIQ^I— G9. ?— WQ QG9Q9I ( G9<3) ) 
Kajala basaibS Kajala pakeiba (See) 


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Kajalalanji Kajaja gara (See) 

9fi»l— €9. 9. ( ff. 6 £| )— v I <I9 910^1 q| 9#S* 
Kajala «a|g ; Q|qQ 313 — 1. A fish of black colour; 
^tWTl; ^t^f*T Oatla Buchanani. 

2. A kind of reddish black sugarcane. 

* 1 $f9$ $$&$% <io©ifi!^ «p aal — 

3, Slaty-headed parqueto. 
9<a— 9§« QCT9&J— 0£ a ver 7 dark colour; 
of the colour of lamp-black. 

90QI-0§— €9. Q— (eaQ a l<?€ * $ a «»qQ«i G3l< «IO 

Kajala ganda <S19Q$ €9Sfl£ll<l)€l3|9 QQ9&9 j[|»— 

^iBfTW^ Very deep expanse of water which looks 

deep blue owing to the depth of water. 

9QQI CIQQ— GQ. 9 (S. 9TO+ClS(Q)-990ICIfJ , (G9<3l) 
Kajaja gahira Kajalaganda (See) 

9QQi aift— G9. 9 — ©3€j* stiQQ sot q& at* wo 

Kajala gal QQlQq a$ <Jf9i G9«H9|<— 
^t^Tffit^ A cow having dark eye-lashes and 
qa HQnW eye-brows. 

TOQi 9»Q— G9. §— csaqT 90QQ *i3 qQara 9»i— 

Kajala balada A buliock with dark eye-lashes 
^ 1fr»ll<W and eye-brows. 

99©— GQ- 9«l. il— TO9I ( G93 ) 
Kajali Kajala (See) 

69. 9. ( e. <?4«1 )— 9TOl ( G93 ) 

Kajjali (See) 

996)350— €9. W(*. W)~^ t G<3|Q <W9$9lfy— 
* Kajalia 1. Of a deep dark colour; very dark 

^>tSf*ri coloured. 

^HKt <> I 93 «%% 9$® $9 ffl G9i9iaiQg9l— 

2. Deeply painted with colryriutn. 

99IQ— G9. 9— 969Q ( G9S ) 

Kajai Kajei (See) 

991$ I— G9G9. 9. (ffl)— 6t §OGQ a$9l ©Q — 

KajawS Saddle for the back of a camel. 

3^TOT ' [ 9— W ?p aififl Qfygn 9891Q 91 
993 €$91^*1*119 2II< I ] 

993)— .6Q99. ^.(«lir^!i §?. tf- 91$ =9919) — 
KajiS aJCI^Ij 9Q9> 9iaqs> i 991Q ( <Q\ ©QflGSr 


4>fc|3tT "Wordy dispute; quarrel. 

9t*SQ ACQ 9Q9QEI. 9QG9 G9G^ 9 «»« I 

Q^ig- alwsq! i 
99S)€«»Q — G9G9. 9*1. q! («0- 9981 + 01. mi®) — 
Kajiakhor Q»93 % 9«>§9l— 

(Q©SflG«IQ^1— 3.1) Quarrelsome; contentious, 

0©a)eG!IQ — 69. 9- q? 6 «1 — QWSSj — 

Kajiagoi Quarrelsome. 

9©gi£>«ii— -G9. (fliolo) 9— 3QQ^l€Q39l9l%c&- 

KajisSliSganthi The joint between two wall- 

(9^19^. Siol*? Q§^>) plates in a thatched house. 

9S9Q— G9G9.9 (OT. 99IQ)— WIOIQ ait flaiTO 92fl9^» 

Kajei fiJ9!Q9§)q§ 9€J — Iron-bit put in the 

^Kft^- ^twl^ mouth of a horse. 

5gret [ 3— <$!$. G^IQiaif GQ QftlQ GQR 

«9IQ9QqfI6Q ?}9l qpaeQ Q^?> ^«1Q ©l^ 

G^IQIQ 93IQ Q3Q 9tS% €if9I^L^<l 6 <!@ $Q 

^92flGQ QGII9I filfillQ €p© ^13^ G9^ «0GO tl6^1 

G^I9»IQ ?[9 G^lg «BG9 SJft SI|< 6 6QI9I ^©9^ 

«I^Q6Q-9G9 I <J^I ^ g9R-«l9V 9G9Q 6 941 

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Kajjala m «W ( 69« ) 

Kajjwala ( See ) 

KajjaUkuntalS tf. SJ ) — 

GS$* 4lQ G9€l G«3IQ ^f 9$— 

Dark-haired woman. 

9«oae1— u. 9.. ( 9$a+a?=ag+QQ )— 

Kajjalapatn m® Ml; 9S>»aiQ2il OGQQ — 
The black drongo ( bird ) 

99a€Q99—g. 9. (9W+%oai^,3o+9<|. «9)— ■ 
Kajjalarochaka QaiaiQ- qia^eii 1 — . 

Lamp-stand; candle-stick. 

9Q9I G9. 8-— <S» , «Wl9q%3 fla^GOT— 

Kajjala A. fish with dark. skin on the back. 

" * 99?t9G^ — Sulphuret of rner- 
"^ cury; mercury sulphide. 


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SKH <3g 'M.ft1% *?99a9 SO© sraa«ii» ' 9«9 

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Kajjwala ^ | SfiSfGQ GQ99I 901— !•■ Collyrfam. 
■> I S£f l&Q— 2- Black sulphide of mercury. 
' ■ «»l qia 9&! — 3. Lamp-black, 
v I 91©% • s^Nh" 4 - Black eol ou *« 
* I ©10; flQ— 5. Black ink. 
y I G^Q — 6. Cloud. 
5> 1 QW— ?* Taint; stain. 

8. Polluted -water. 

Kajjwalapatl Eajalapati (See) 

QQ WQ® £>S ^3QQ, 9««aiQ €Q5> 9SS I 

qgkuo. q«9Q 1 

9QQ XftOMlQ)— 3. § 6.93— 9TO QQ4I9 (w«i) 
..Kajwal'a etq. Kajjala etc. (See) 

■0^01— w. 9. ^1.— wi te^) 

kajwala .. . Kajjala (See) 

«jol— e. 9. *l-9«31 (g9«i) 

Kajwall • . . * Kajjaii (See) 

99m— &i. g§€9. .9.— «e«i (G9<s). 

.. KajyS KajiS (See) 

■9*1— G9. 9-— ©rf« (W«) 

Ka55 KaiSa (See) 

98 (biq)— g.— <?W 9ft9l — . 

Kaffcha {root) \ To bind. 

^ g — q^, q, — oigei 9391 aGQ wjkiiG© sai9!<jiq 391 

Kawcha <3§& — A* contrivance used by weavers 

to polfch yarn. 

A kind of wild tree. 

oac9 <9iQ asfeQ €jS> "«ntl§ i ] 
taM-^. Q- (9 b '=»+'o\at4=4a^9«9i%»(Btf. 


An aquatic edible creeper; a kind of 

water-weed. 
9 -ST. «?.— W* (G<>«i) 
Kancharjta Kanchata (See) 

Oi«— GQ. 9. (e- 9IW)— ^ I SGKIS99 9$ 6.9fi"Q 
KaWchana eiQ — 1. A red flower and its tree; 
g. asfi!^ — 9Br@j 9»iQ; Bauhinia Acuminata. 
q€|Q99, flft9,€!9l«» G9IWIQ, [ g— Q^GWGQ <3 
9^9!Q TO QS> a9«— 4IOI, 

q, OW9ftl G9^GQTC^, <391Q09 

go." gqq 91 W SLQaioa, <K?r8a, qn 

^THBlt?: QI99 I ] 

J I <9 9I0SJ G©Q ffQ ?[9I 9°«ll 2119 — 

2. A bell-metal plate with high ridges. 

* 1 GQSQGag (9|,G9eiq gga)— " . # 

3. Name of a country* 
g^«iaiQ— G9. 9.— 9S^1 (>) (GW 

KanchanathSli KarTchana (2) (See) 

999— 69. 9- fa. 9W9)— t. I 9W (^) (G9*S) ■ 

KaHehana 1. Kaffchana (1) (See) 

J I 5[fliq«l9ffa dtft S32i3Q —2. Name of a 

monkey-general mentioned hi the 

Rarnayana. 

9h9S G3 a9q^ 9QQ ^?TQ I ®§* 69G^|€IQOia I 

989816)— G9. 9." 9S^I (>)(G9«) 

KaRchanathali KatTchana (2) (See) 

93919—69- 9-— <I9 fl9R 9Qm>©%— 

Kattchanai Dalbergia Bubiginosa (tree). 

999IQ— g. 9— 9M (V) (G9«l) 

Kafichanara KaHchapa (1) (See) 

©BI — -G9. M. («■• 991=309) — * I W; qiq g ^|- 

Kaflcha (SJ2II, era)-— 1, Unripe; raw; green. 

m< % X aciGic* -" ' g<5H > ® fe * 1 ( 9ail » Q § )— 
f WSJW 2. Fresh. 

#W * 1 ai9 9qaiQ >J> j|9i' (aai, 9i s5— 

«^ 3. Uncooked; undressed. 

v 1 ^i4T. ^9^ (Sfai, <Jpj)— 4. Pure. 

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(m\— < §q? a§te>€9 9*1 l) 
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6. Moist; not dried. 

7. Inexperienced; unskilful. 
, r I GQIQI G9IQ 9 SJ9I (gai, Qtl) — 

8. Unburnt; unbaked. 

«i I'K^Sq (Ml/iqQ?— 9. Loose. 

K° I agoi (901,- 9lflj— * 

10. Imperfect; immature; not final. 

«A I mQ€[Q (dai, 9^3)— 11. Undeveloped. 
KS I 2l3$ (Qffll, £©90—12- Unboiled. 
*• I TOIflOj ftQ9-^-13. Soft; tender. 
iv I ag^O (saai, ©21D — L4. Unsettled. 

v* i agi^*i9i 9991031^1 Qg9 (afli, ciijf ©)— 

• 15. .Temporary; not durable. 
<*0-"l 0^9^9919— 16. Changeable. 

•981 -9*1 — 69. 9 — 63101 €910 © qQI Qtl — Unburnt 
Kancha ita or unbaked brick. 

#tefeU [q — 3@as 9*i 9ig , sio20, qq qq m |q ^ q 
•981 QflQ— €9G9* 9. («». ©Qi+Qfla )— «. i aoft«o 

Kaficha umara 9£}S — 1. Unripe age; nonage; 
4iotw3 tender age. 

*WT3*n: > 1 9IQ9I9 — 2. Boyhood. 

•981981— €9. W- ( SL Q - aG $L ^ ) — 

Kanchakancha ^ | £|Q| sififc ^ q%\ a«l;^Qgsi — 

"*£tt«fte*t5l 1. Unripe; half-ripened. 

'VQCiran J> I 21$^$ — 2. Half-boiled. 

* I a«8 691 — 3. Half-moist. 
<98l 0211 — G9. Q— ®2Q Qai— Unsettled talk; talk 

Kancha katha which is not fund 

-fWi«BW*r^. 9 -k 1 aeqfl-9«&— 
, Ka«ek*kSma 1. Unfinished work. 

Mmmm stoisq ©q siq org" 

... - 2. Work which is badly doiae. 




98iGII€i— G9..9. .%!. H 991 ^h*. «IQ#l%?lr- 

. KafTch|fckhat , <l I GQTOGaS— 

^"tBrtfe . 1. A. Goddess who eats rawiflesh. 

J I 9l916il96€l§ — 2. A class of witches 
eating ordure and raw flesh, 

[ g— <qiGff qQGQ 9^1 TOfiJ & $19© Qq, fl999^ 

<3IQ. M£J I 9l9ldt- <aCQ GftiS G9GI I" ] 

G9. 9^1 — 9*W9; 9*1 91 899 12I9SIG$ Sjfll- 

GqG>9 91 §^| t TO ) — ^ WG ^ or palatable 
even when raw or unripe (fruit). 

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981 3191 — GQ. Q— ©H «»01 ( G9« ) — 

KanchS khata Kacha khata (See) 

4ANIdl 

981 «ltf*-€^;.Q— 9^-«B©(eQ«l ) — 

Kancha ganthini Kacha ganthini ( See) 

98i GSIIQ— W. 9— S? GSQI^Ol^ ft 9ft Qg.§> Q^GQ 

Kancha gola ©q 9g||Q 9lf QGQ ??rfGQ ^H eiQfl 

'f'teWIW 9q£)lQ gg© 8%|% SiGQQ— 

A kind of sweet-meat. 

981^1 — GQ. ^>— ^ I 0CI9 tQPI— 

Kancha tanks 1. Eeady casfa. * 

^^T TOT 2. Extra income. 

981 9«B«K 91. Q— 9t\ 9I9N1 ( €*M )— . _ - 

Kancha daan^ . Karticha d$h5nt ( See ) 

981 GIfclAl— .«. ©— 39 ^4^1 9191^ Giaqf Ql9l^il 
Kancha dahani qsi Q|°g 6 9^1 *ai<tr-A very 
frightful witoh eating raw flesh .and ordure. 
( 9191^1 OQQ Gftlt GQ«i ) 

981 99— 9J. Q — t I GQ«I%S1»J ^£3 ij§ G9£*tt ^91 

, Kancha diha aqjQ — 1. The body or physical 

^*M T( system of a person who tias not 

%*W<{W completely recovered frorn^a disease. 

2. The physical system of a peffiftm >^ho 
has been only -recently cured. 
* I^Q9 9gt9iQ WQ-S® a€Q : ;fl.gflQ^i». 
a^Q (GWIG^Q 6 a2hlQQ 0?»CQ S^^QS- 
9GK? fidCIQ 9CJ Q9JQ 9 £»<— »3- The 
physical system of & reqenfcly d«JiYer^d 
woman. 


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Oil ^ifcl— GO. ©— ^ ' §g»l G9IQ © qOI ^a — 

Kancha dudba 1. Unboiled milk. 

^"fifiFI -> I ©SOI ^ — 2 - Fresh milk. 

Oil ©10— GO. 9— 031 09 * ( G03 ) — 

Kaflcha narda Kaflcha diha 3 ( See ) 

©11 0191— GO. 9— «l 09 * ( G03 )— 

Kancha naida KaHcha diha 3 (See) 

©11 ©0 — go.q (a. ©oi + e..©gi) — v 1 qfriifliGQ GSP 

Katichanida G9IQ<? ^Ql ©9 — 1< Sleep not past 

its period of full enjoyment; a 

state in which a person is awakened 
from sleep before time. 

-> I'aQ ©0—2. Light sleep. 

-©1I001I-GO. W — G3 E|fi©l© 9^9 G9IQ ff 0M3 

Kafichanidia <ai9iQ $>gi a€#0 ©*GOIQ ^sraM — 

Getting up from half-satisfied sleep. 

( aai— §QSI ©«|©O«0 GQIQ QIQ^Q I ) 

Oil 0Q«M— GO. 9— <* I OT 0%GQ flOOO 313% 211^91 

Katicha paisa aaf — 1. Money earned daily 

^fM *RP!l without much exertion. 

2. Easily golten money. 
*» I QGIO i|Q — 3. Gash money. 
Oil Ql@— GO. §.— ^ I 2igi aiSf — 1. Cold water. 
Kancha pani ^ I q§ ai^J — 2. Pure water. 

*rt BW • **l £01 G91Q O ^91 Q$— 

^j^j qjsft 3. Unboiled water. 

081 QQ— GO. 0. — Oil OlflO (G0«) 

Kancha pila KaHcha bajaka (See) 

011 oqg— go. §.— oil ^q (gos) 

KaScha umara (See) 
■a i emQtfS) 9IQ0 — 

1. Undeveloped boy. 

2. Inexperienced boy. 


Kancha bayasa 

Oil OHdO — GO. ^>.- 
KaHcha balaka 


' * I §q.j QIQO — 3. A mere child. 

oil §§— go. 9.— oioo 6 qswiWQ daadQ 91 

Eapoha buddhi Sia^aQ GOIiia§ — 

■ ' Undeveloped intelligence of young people. 

fli°q— go.9-~ <. 1 aio 9g aiQQ qoi qi°q — 

KafichS mamsa 1. Raw flesh; uncooked meat. 


1 qiS -go. 9.— 

KaHcha mati 

Oil 3a— GO. W - 
Kancha michha 


> I SitOI fl|°3 — 2. Fresh meat. 


601 qit — 

Moist earth. 

-^^J%Ga San (oai)i G9fii"oai6Q- 

taqjw ^© o eii<i — 
Totally false. 
GO- 9. — %#A 92WI0ai — A black lie. 
01IQ— 9. ^. (Q o = Q»qL+QQ==G€ll€0l+0(|i. S)— 
Kanchara ^ I ^1 — 1". The Sun. 

> I ^4 ^9 — 2. A plant. 
©IIQ^—GO 0—^60^10830 31^109 — 
Katicha rakta Fresh animal-blood. 

OH Off— SO. $— ^^ QCr'(GOfil ) _ 

Kancha ranga Kacha ranga ( See )> 

Oilmen — G0 1 M— ^OWOtl ( GOJI )_ 
Kanchalia KancHtikancha ( See ) 

«|6WSL*»©«i «lO G»Q GQ9 I gtOl. Sf«OQU I # 

01ie«4«ll— GO. 9— V I «OQi3 O^gQ 03R§ I 

Kanchalekha 1. The hand writing of a raw 

^WWT! writer.. 

s^rf^T j 1 aaei«9^ ^S^ QOQt— 

2. The composition of a novice. 

OllSCI — GO. 9 — z4$<§ WH - 

Karichasijha Hal£ boiled food. 

Oil 3G«4«i— GO. — Sa» 91 Sq 9^ sell §GRQ — 
KaBcha silei Loose stitch. 

owiaio— go. §&— q%4 ^ oiiG^Ga %®\ mjoiooS- 

Karlchasuadi 9oi QG^l — ( mango ) Which tastes 
$|btf*&1 sweet when unripe. 

©W^WMO — GO. W— OWiaO ( GOst ) 

KatTchasuadia KaHchSsuSdi ( See ) 

011^01— GO. $>.— a3fl «?l; «ll« «?l — 
KaEchasuna Pure unalloyed gold. 

Oil 01C— so. 0.— .waiQ o 301 01 QGQQI 9i£— * 
Kancha handi IJnburnt earthen pot. 

Oil 9«M0— GO.O.- — <• I G9Q Q9I9Q G39 g|flpqi G9I^ 
KaHohS hisaba Qlg — 1. Account which has 

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9$— €9G9. 9. (ffl. 9fl©1 ) (<9I 3G9 OT,«€9 9191 6 
Kanchi qj9!%,a £119*3 9€^|? — 4RQ§ Q$,9 

stft €tfi?Qqg^ 6 etQog 9i) — 

' I 3#; % ^99IOl — 2. Key. 

• i wi%wte&gcQ $©9atQ eedl^ oaiQ9i 
©9e$ ssG9iai9iQe9 waft G9iQ^9i sjwio-- 

3. A hooked shaped iron rod for opening 
and closing a door from outside by thrust- 
ing it into the key hole and causing the 

inner bar to move. 
**l ©$91 ( G93 ) 
* 4 Kanchika ( See ) 

3IG9 (€©51991) * \ qsmq© «99i; «q 9©9iaiQ 

Qh9§9 «l§>9KJpi — 5. Bunch of fibrous ribs 
of cocoanut leaves used in shaking the 
grains of paddy while being fried. 

[ g— q,wio aaeQ W as en. 9Gol^9iQa_ 
©S^ Qi9ift9i htoio 9I§S9§} ao. $^ 391^ 

9§9I— e. 9. %1. ( at oqelq^©)— 

Kanchika 9IQ698; G9$l§ garci — Shoots of » 
• bamboo; bamboo-twigs. 

[ g — <91 ffl. *99©V % 9a©j aeQ eio- 
s«iQG9 ao.619 wift^s-aeffg Q^oaoosg*?] 

Q§9lQ— GQ. 9.- ^99l6 — 
KatTchikathi Key, 

of«o«l— w. $>-99i$G9 ^i qqi, ©asjfaie* 9t 

KaHchikilani 0GS1 — Latch keyhole. 

Qg 6991— G9* 8.— 69193 39IQ9I; ^96991; 6j9 9Q 
KaHchi deba • $$Q|— To lock up. 


9$ 99IQ9I— 69. 3.— 9JL 6991 ( 69« ) 

KafTchi pakaiba KatTchi deb5 (See) 

991— e. 9.— 9$9i (w). 

Kanchi KaHchika ( See ) 

9B9— S. 9. — ( 9$ ai^==«9^Q Q§91 + 9Q£t. $9> 

KaBchuka SIQI^iq €!<3R 2B99 £JI< ) — 

^ I »GfiQ; ^lETOIQ— 1- Skin of a snake; 

slough. 

> I 9$ 990; ^\% — 

2. Armour; coat of mail. 

* I Qlfflj %% ^1^9 OTQ — 

3. Female jacket; bodice. 

"w I ®IG9^ — 4, Short breeches. 

* I 9% — 5. Clothes generally. 

9 I qplQ ©6QI39W ^3Q€a ^QHqiGQ G[93Wr 
©9^% gQ G99I —6. Presents of cloths 
given to servants by the master on 
occasions of rejoicings. 

7. Warder of the harem; keeper of the 
female apartment; chamberlain; servant 
in charge of the Zenana. • 

[g— 93*319 91 <§§ G^9«^ < 91^99* 
9«iai< I ] ** 

9^9I§— 9- 9. ( «!?+«» «&9. ^ )— 
Kanchukahi • gd— Snajie. 

?T. 9^1, %°- <^ $ — 9^95>3^ — Armoured.. 

9^«©— G9. 9— 9|3 ( 69«1 ) 

KaRchukina KatTchuki (See ) 

98Q— e. 9. g!. ( 9S9+a© sia€Q.Q% <^l. ^9. )— 

KanchukJ <. I ^^8^99^9; ^I^L 9^ G9tQ^9r 

(Qt^ffl—d) Q^°^Q Q9i— 1. Overseer of 

female apartment; eunuch in charge of 

the Zenana; chamberlain. ~ 

J I 99IQT 21^8^9939 <%<$ 9S — 

2. An old Brabmana in charge of & Raja's 

harem* 

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v'| QQOai^ q^-«-4. Armoured person; 

man having a mail armour. 
* I 3Q— 5. Serpent, 

6. A libertine; adulterer. 
9 I 3Q— 7. Barley, 
r I ©ell — 8. Chicken pea. 
d I 9% — 9. Oats. 

( 532)1— aiQ, 39, $t, Wfl, Oft 20Q )— 

10. Grains with sheaths. 
«A I glOQICTIQ («©) ( COS ) 

11. Kshirakankola (tree) ( See ) 

kj \ 3<3S (as) ( GQtf ) 

12. Sirisha (tree) ( See )' 

V» I aqq^OQO— 13. Agalochia; aloes wood. 

k* 1 gai«i ( ©«para G9iaaw% ^— 

14. A warrior, 
e. ft3. 9? ; — Qlpa^9® -Armoured. 
£. ft. & ( 9|9+il. § ) — 

Maid servant; lady's maid. 
9SJ9— tf. ft. (9* ai§=9$Q «lQ1+9Qd. Q» ) — 
Kanchula Q\%Q- 3 <|si|QQrQ 9IC9* — 

Female jacket; bodice. 

99&91— sr. ft $1. ( 9$?1+wfeQ. 9+^1. n ) — 
Kaftchulika Q%$> ( GQfll ) 

Kafichula ( See ) 

9^Q1— C9. 9. 3,1 ( 9*p+%l. § )—Q$Q ( GQGt ) 
KaiTchuli Kanchula ( See ) 

930I91 — 3. 9. il. ( 9«9| + sig£ 9+tfl. a ) — 

Kanchulika" 9|S> ( GQ«1 ) 

Kafichula ( See ) 

96«Q— fli€*5. («SW ft. (g\ 9q)— 9£^( OTfl ) 

KaHchei Kachu ( See ) 

5» — 3. ft, V I (9Q ai^qg QIQQI+QQ^l. Q»)— 
^lfllQQTQ ao<3TRQQa<a — 
1. A female ornament. 

9UK5I— 2. Bodice* 


• Kafichula 


9CJ&QI — e. ft. $1. ( 9^0 + 3l2JW* # 9+.$. » )— 
KaHehuIika Q1|G> ( GQ3 ) 

Kanchula ( See) 
98Q1— e. ft. il. ( 9|Q+*i. (Q )- 9|» ( G93 ) 

Kafichuli Kaffchula ( See ) 

QfjplQf — 3. ft. 31. ( Q«p1+«ca. 9 + qJ. a) — 
Kanchulika ©^Q ( GQ« ) 

Kanchula ( See ) 
09i— e. ft- ( 0°=»qflyQQ; ?ig,^+9ff &i|^=9l© G99I 
Kaffja +9<j[. 3 )— 

^ I Q^GaiQ. 5^1— 1. Brahma. 
-> I Q^ — 2. Lotus. 

* I 21{J9— 3. Nectar. 
^ I GOT— 4. Hair. 

* I 0§— 5. The moon. 

e« giq 9 9q ^ 9 » giq «q 

«. ft^l— TO% ^^ 9«S? —Produce5 from 
water; growing in water; aquatic. 

q»ch- q. ft. (o«+e§. aisi+a)— *ieiei oa^ «i^. 

Kanjaka qQQ|— Myna bird; a talking bird 

resembling a magpie. 

©a©— e- ft. i°. ( ©a=( ft^or oiq) qq+o© ai^+ 

Kafljaja ff«|.2l) — Q^l — Brahma ( born of the 
lotus-navel of Bishnu) 
9®Q-e. ft (9°=*<a+9& «l%— ©Q 9€l^l+9<Ji. a) 

KaRjana <. | qq^ flQQ— 1. Cupid.; God of 

* * love. 

> f %\% smw^ woaal; aqoi — 

2. Myna bird; a talking bird resemb- 
ling aTnagpie. 

QSQIQ— e. ft. 1° (^?^§i Q&+OIQ) — a^OIQj^f,— 
Katijanablia A name of a Bishrjn. 

KaHjamukha q<Siqo — Fair-faced. 
(98^1— %1) 
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KaBjara q^qj + q(J. ^^q^ -y ^ go ^gg +s># 

a ) — *, l 901 — 1. Brahma. 
J \ q$% — 2. The sun. 


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* I COQ. QQq— 3. Belly. 
■* I 9*|Q — 4- Peacock. 

* -I qjSQ; 9gl — 5. Elephant. 

6. Colotropis CHgantea (plant) 
9 i Sj5>j £}€ — 7. Sage; anchorite. 

<9&Q— e. 9 ( Q$+Q WQ+W )— ©«> ( 6Q«| )— 
Kanja^a KatTjaka ( See ) 

KarTjaji qqq &$n QjSI — 1- A form of Orgia 
spoken by the KaBjajis in Orissa 

Feudatory States. 

2. A non-aryan tribe of the Orissa 

Feudatory State. 
Q$^— €9. M— ■ S8& ( G9d ) — , 

KaBjas. Kalfjus ( See ) 

* Karijara Kanjara ( See ) 

Katfjari Moon. 

CQ«Q <9I gflQ flQ I Oft. G3fl$j|0$ ! 

^801— ^- 9- il. ( ««+q+«i )— ^ §i^«qiQi 

Kanjika Clg— Clerodendron Serratum (plant) 

clerodendron sipponanthus (kirtikar) 

©as— GQ. W. 9! * *l ( SI. W9H M+og )=G3 

^g*t G£Rl) -^9^ — Miserly; closefisted. 

Kanjusi Miserly (female) 

^ST ^ GQ. 9 — $Q<3©I —Miserliness. 

^»aa— GQ. W. 9! ^ ^1— ^a^l— Miserly. 
Kanjusia 

■QeaQ—siG^ (*wiQ) 9— Qawera (<% sisq etp%/ 

Katvjer qiq 9$ ^l^flSj) — A tree (the leaves of 

which are" used as pot-herb) 

0^(ai%)— re, — ^ I Q*&l 9Q9I — 1- To shower. 
. Kat (root) ^ | sflgw 9§9l — 2. To cover. 
"■•» I Clfl© 9Q9I — 3; To go. 


Kat Kataka^a (See) 

■9$ 9*— G9>.-a— QMS (W«) 
Katkat Katakati (See) 

9*gl«i— WCT- 9 (Q°)— Wltf 9lfl 9^991 GSIS 919— 
KatgEas Cut-glass. 

©*TO— *. 9 — 910*9; gaiftCJ & m& QIQIQGQ 01© 
Katphala SDQgfl Q&9G9S — Myrica Sapida. 

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G3ISW, ^asle^ QG% -<]<9IQ.«Q0^ 

G^Qi f qa fli, aaSfei, wiq, Qg> 9i^ f 9er, ©q, ^ig, 
go. aiaQ 9©° 

Katphala Katphala (See) 

Q*fl«— GQ- «— Q^t> ®^ «18**I" SQIGQ— 
Katmat Staring. 

iffcfc (J32JI— G?l €fll a^SLWflt Q5i ^jg'g I ) 
a^^ 1 . # 

Katmat kari chahinba To stare. 

d4»i^ ^<«IT; 3WIT 

Katinatkariba To hesitate or to be parsimoni- 
ous in giving some thing. 

Q$ N Q-31GQ. ISI*W!Q) §— (3- 9^IQ; §Q— Knife. 
Katri 

Qt&it— G?G9. 9 ( Q° )— GaQSll^y QfSQ 919^1 
Katlet «H°gQ ^QQiqj— Cutlet. 

9i— SP- 9. (Q\ai$ — 9& QftQI; 319190 9^QI+Q^. 

Kata a)— ^ I ^iQC^GQ^I— 1. The temples of 

an elephant. 


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> I 9G^ G3l4j Q$SG9a— 2. Loins; hips. 

* I 9% <!QSIQ — 3. Side; one end. 
v j dqieiQj ^$Q — 4. A servitor. 

* I 9OT Stf— 5. Neophite; newly admitted 
- ::: student/ 

9 I ©eiseas— 6. A kind of grass. 

9 J $S9G€1S — ?• A kind of tree. 

n MiQ ®3© ow 91 3$$ qc?j; 91QS aiQ^fl- 

'©Sfe> g* 91 QQI — 8 - Straw or bamboo 

mat. 
ti i 91^3 aQ— 9. Arrow; 
^*| M£)9© 9QQ1 91 ©I? — 

10. A screen made of 'straw, 
tA I OSISKfa q%— U- Ro P e made o£ g r ass. 
«s-? I €19 — 12. Corpse.^ 
^w I ( + QQfl. «) €19Q21; GQIGSQ— 

13. A hearse; coffin. 
V* I ©%!• Qtl — 14. A plank of sawn wood. 

V* I 9<3t; ^i »^— 

1 5. Fixed time; time limit; fixed period. 

16. Too much; excess. 

v$> i (+w»oa. «) — asi© — 

17. Cremation ground. 

V. | sigG&GQS— IS. Name of a demon. 

6Q« 9 .— <^ I G«9I QQ§> 09 991— 

1. One piece of cowri or shell used in 

games. 
? I 9t9$Q (GQ^f ) — 2. Ka^abandhaka (See) 
*> I 9t99Q ( GQ3 ) Katakabala (See) 
Q$Q— «. 9. (9t-=G9«S(Q 9$9I+Q§. 219)— 
Kanaka ^ | g^ q^qq aaiG9€l 91 ©©si.— ' 

1. A tableland midway on the mountain. 

> I 9OT- 9l©<2t9 — 2. Wristlet; bracelet. 

*» I 6QIQ3Q — 3. An ornament for the leg. 
■w I 0$ — 4- A wheel; circle. 

* I OTQ 3 qs>aiSI— 5. Capital; royal camp. 

■ -; ". 9-*ig ©9i wea 9»q $q i 


£ I G^GN — 6, An army. 

9 ! flQdl; G$M©9ig> S9Q— 
7. A camp; barracks. . 

r I G39<tG)S© qQ&l!^— 8. Cantonment. 
<J I G"9«»9 ^9^3 aiqp tf W& — 9. Sea-salt. 
Vo | fiiG<3»$«ms> 9fi^^lO. A ring used as an 
ornament round the tusks of an elephant. 
<A 1 5>^19Q ; GQ8— 11. Spittle. . 
GQ. 9. 6©€II9^Q G^eifil9S>Q GSllfO ©53 6- 
^9Q ; 6©9IQ qs«a — Cuttack the capi- 
tal of Or^isa famous for its filigree 

works. 

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<J QQQ 93!Q^GQ 1 Q^© ©«Q »lfiK3-6 9iOG^I?Q 
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> I SIGSM®^ — 2. Excellent. 
Q5$£ — ^ b ^, ( aQ*tffj9Q«3 ) — ^ I 391GW — I. Siba. 
Katakata > I 9^§» 9Q©% ^ G9IQG9 ti^GQ 
^t^ N 9191^91 9^Qt €19— 

q&tt 2. Onomato-paic sound of very tightly 

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■* I 9(QS 91 91Q9 99<3 SjcF§9!9 39— 
4 Sound of breaking of wood or bamboo. 

* I 9l$fa SH9GQ £13 9$ QQ9 99919 S19 — 

5. Sound produced when tying a staring 
or rope round a bamboo or wood. 

9 I 9K) 99S9 fi£ £J|9i9 39— 

6. The sound produced by the inner joints 
of a wooden furniture becoming loose. 

9 I 949^9— 

7. Hoarse or croaking sound. 

9*94 9991— 69. §— 9%9S 6991 ( C9«t ) 

Katakata kariba Ka^akata heba ( See ) 

9*9* G99I— 69. §— VI 9319 9$! 9991 91 *9 *I9 
Kataka^a heba G99I — 1. To ache or throb 

<$q$$^ (said of boils) with a twinge- 

$fegsn ing sensation. 

> I Ct^QQ G9ta§ 2l*a 9£)99^ **© 69IQ 
fc!^ *19 6991 — 2. .To ache ( due to twist- 
ing of a string round the body ). 

* I 99$ 6919 9t 9fc G99I— 

3. To grumble; to apeak rudely as a sign 

of displeasure; to speak bluntly in the 
face of others. 

v l $211 q.91-3 931 9891—4 To babble. 
9*9$ — €9. 9— *• I QQ^9Q §.8 Q0G9 93Q9I 
Katakati 99169 ^9 «g 99 6l£ 9$9l 8SG$ 
9<*9$9 6991 <9 «$ 91^9910 qg Q$}% 
91 9QQ #13 — I. A contrivance consist- 
ing of a stout bamboo-stick attached 
to a small rope used to twist the split- 
bamboos laid on the rafters of a 
thatched house to make the frame- 
work tight and even, 
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J l Sl% &Q& siQ 9$9 9 ai99 6919. ©i aa 

69I99QG9 9SIG919 9&I99I QQ§>— 
2. A string tied tightly on a thigh of an 

unruly cow to prevent it from running 
, away. 


9169. (Q4|flfl$d W— <j«— Miserly, 

9*9331—69. M.— ^ \ 9* 9S «9 9$g9l— 

KatakatiS 3 . Producing kat kat sound; making 

rattling sound. 
. J I ©Q9—2. Surly; grumbling; rude? 

plain-spoken; blunt, 

C9. 9.— «i«ttfl^9^9 9^ aatecM— 

Fly-catcher (bird). 

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C99 QH ®0 3>Gg? 9^ 1 <Si69 Q'^Qf^ ©69Q 09 1 

<WGQ 6019 *IGt ««2fl^— (ffl»9#9S91«l-Stoparola 

melanops; 9»l 9S9?aqr «<M 99, 03 SQ3, 6Qt 

a«| — Hypothymis Aaurea — ©3163^9 ' ] 

Q*9$3 9IGI— G9. 9. «. 9G9 r lt9)— 93699C9 qQtfft- 

Katakatia" nSga G99IG9G& 9*9$. €19 9991 <9 

3919 9193181 — A kind of cobra-snake 

making a rattling sound while twisting 

round a tree. 

9*9^31 G9C* — 69- 9. — 9t 9% €19 9991 <9 SJ9I9 
Ka^akatiS benga £90* — A kind of frog making 
a hoarse sound; croaking frog* 
9*9«|— €9. 9. (€TI. 9^991; ^», «. 9) 6 99*j)— 
KatakanS ^ | g^QQ 969I9g 91 91991— 
^5p(t; #l?fr4 1 1. Strict or proper arraagemeat. 
«n«T;«^sn. > \ 39CTM 91 9^ 6W|fl— 
2. Fixed rule; regulation. 

* i 9COI9 ©fipj 99—3* Austerity. 

* I Bl9*i»l9«H — 

4. Discipline; severity; strictness. 

* I G£|$; €1^191; aew — 

5. Fixed quantity or measure; measurement. 

[ 9 — C91 91991 99 969 3999 qfifl 9^99» 

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9*9 9«JJI — G9. W- — 9S939Q Q39^69 9l39%^91- 
Kataku taliya Living in the suburbs of the town 

of Cuttack, 

9* 99Q— 6969. 9.— ( STL 9t9f 1Q )— 

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99 iq 9G9.e© G99— <% 3$6Q Qqfl9l qsap— 
Deed of conditional sale .which becomes 
absolute "on default of the debtor after the 

time-limit. 

„ Kata kabala Kata kabala (See) 

©sila ©§oiq eai«a aoqg ©3 9s 99iq 9q g^q^q i 

«*Ofll— W. 9. (St. QS'=SM )—• 9919GQ QQhIQIO 
Katakama qa^GQ QQ<il§QI GQQ1 Q8GQ 491 G9IQ- 

QQQ^GQ 9®M Qtil QQGQ 9S£}) — 

A wound up mat on which the bride's 

father sits on the marriage-pulpit while 

giving away his daughter to the bride- 
groom. 
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' Katakampa Katakama (See) 

fl*0«y— 91- 9-— SS99I (G9«l) 

Katakamba Katakama (See) 

•9*91— GQ. 9.— 9Gi qQ9G«S— 

Kataka Pueraria Tuberosa. 

9S9IQ— GQ. (S<mW\9.— QS$m QQ91 S>SG<$ «igj9"q 91 
Katakai Q9m9— First starting for a fight. 

C9IQ G9IQ Wf «WN 9*9iq ^9 £9^ Q? 3963 1 

Q»- c9GQ<gac>Qi$ i 
-9*919 OQOI-OT. (flIOlQ G9i) 3— 9S9IQ9I (G9«i) 
Katakai kariba (qiQQi ai$) 

Katakaiba (See) 

9fc9IQQI— G9. ( giol* 39*1 ) 8. ( *. Qt9 = S^Q 91 

Katakaiba OTGIWItyGSMj <£»: §. 9%9*±GSMj 

er^SO— v i qw\ g§a G*f §iff^ 

Wfltil QQ9I— 1. To invade a country 

with an army. 

■ 9G$m © <191Q agiil &i§\ 9Cd 9| 9i9tQ 90Q I 

-> I q.^ia awi 91 ^m>» ©^9t— 

2. To start for the theatre #f war. 


Katakara q^Q qQ OIQ9G€l<a, (<3flfGQ- flfitill ©S»€l 
©Q^ l)— A mixed caste of Sfidras. 

Kataki . 1. Residing at Guttack. 

^q^ 2. Made at Cuttack. 

* 1 Q$Q MIGQ 9«(9§9— 3. Used in the 

district of Outtack. 

9^«>a — G9. 9- 6 9$ — 9SS (G9«l) 

Katakia Kataki (See) 

(Q^^Mtfll — ^iT) fli ft Q °BC« "«'l«1 C99i 9f'"9i9a^l— OCI | 

0*9 G9Q — GQ. 9- — V** GOIftl 69QQ G^Q — " 

Kataki sera A seer or weight weighing 105 

Tolas; 

QfcQI — sr. 9. (QtQ=3K£gG9€i-f.Hig aeiGQ, Q©. -vfll. 
Kataki V9.) — ^ I a^TQ — 1. Mountain.* # " 

> i gfliQ^Q €ii©9GagQ ©§ qq> 9^ja— 

2. A bitter medicinal root of the Hima 
'■* layasj.Grehtiana Kurroo. 

GQ. M.— GW (GQ*2l) 

^ Kataki (See) 
9tG9IO— St- 9. ( «=S>^l9ff+G9lft"'«ld|Q ) — 
Katakola ^qlwQIfc §Q9IS> — 

Spittle-pot; spittoon. 

9*S1I9 — <$. 9* (W^S^.a^+filK? ^=31^91 J- 
Katakhada q^. a) — i | $l^> ^81 — 1- Crow. 
/ I aeiltt^ 9^?ll — 2 - Jackal. 

* I ©IQQQ-S1— 3. G-lass-jug. 

g. 9^1.— GQt; ^QQ^Cl — Greedy; gluttonous. 

Katatikata si )— -^ I ®Q[ — 1. Fire. 
J I A9IGQ9— 2, Grod Mahadeba. 
487 I QQm — 3. God of Learning. 
v | ^#—4. Gold, 

5. A plant which corrodes - the skin and 
causes sores when applied to the body. 

$*S?GS$— S. 9 — ( g3QiQ ) — 

Katankateri Ql^Qgi; 9I^_W9 ( 99 .4 Q<S>)— 
Cascinium Fenestratum (plant and root). 


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Katang ©|Q* a — Big bamboo. 

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Katang bauSsa , Katang (See) 

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Katati Katati ( See ) 


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KatapSya ..©9IG^. Q©0 S3 © fljf^GM — 

Name of a Sanskrit treatise for finding 

out the positions of the asterisms. 

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Kataphala 
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Katabandhaka 




Katphajhi ( See ) 

! ©§Q n^q_ g©g©© ©€ 9ai©6Q 
G)*1Q ^1 6 «iqi^ §gs «G«i 9Q- 

£©%GQ $9 «K9^ GOQI— 

1. Usufructuary mortgage' by which the 
capital .and the interest are fully 
liquidated from year to year out of the 
income of the mortgaged property in 
the course of a fixed period of time. 

* 1 ^Gqg, ®$>W9 — 

2. A kind of mortgage-bond. 

©$Q[— ST. 9. %1 — 1 I GQhIQSQI ©©I — 

Katabhi 1. A phosphorescent creeper emit. 

^r§t^; vr*|*N?^| ting light in the night; Cardio- 
■ITO^TjJ nt spermum Halicacabum. 

J I qiffl©! qp (cis)— 
2. Staff-tree; Cardiospermum; Halicacabum. 

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g©i©*u, ©££*i ; aiqwM, ©# 6 ©v§pg©j <a©i 


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©fcflS— GO.s ( *."©% aiSL=fl©%© 6 sft.ai^— oq) — 
Katamata v | 2IO©QSI €WG£IS — 

1. An onomatopioec sound. 

, J I Oqg©l£l QW ©SL©§I© ©$ ^@91— 
2. Steady gaze denoting effrontery. 
GO. 93— V I ©% ^G^ISJ— 

1. Difl&cult; abstruse. ; • 

,M Gl3«a-=r-2. Knotty. 

©*flt 9Q-q«©i— GO. ^— ^ 1 Q*^-©ft q|5©l; ©|1°- 

Katamata kari chahiiiba ^J9GQ O^^GQ «t@91^- 
TOK^^4Q^!^l4M 1. To stare in silence. 

<ro$*i -y\ os^pgiQ ©q ^§qi — 

2* To stare with eyes wide open. 

* I Osjg9£l QTO ^©9^GQ ^991 — 
3. To gaze with effrontery. 

©fcfl^ai— GO. Wl-M ^%9 — 1- Abstruse. '" 

Katamatia } \ ^GS?I^ — 2. Difficult; which can 
pri?ftf&*ll; ftfef^f^ not be easily understood or 
n^teT solved. 

* I ©ffi — ^- Knotty; intricate. 

©$fl?<51l— GO. 9 ( «T. ©^ )— ©« 513^11 — 

Katamasina . Grass-mat. 

©*W— ^. $• 9J— ^ J <i©fl©iGi »aaGia 5 ©^ 

Katambara ©^gqgal- ©^©Gqfidl— 1. A kind of 

medicinal plant. 

2, A kind of creeper; Paederia Feetida. 

©*$Q— 3- ©.( GQOi© ) — l I MMI ( G03 ) — 
Katambhara 1. Phanaphana ( See ) 

^"1 ©%S! ( GO^I )'— 2. Katabhi ( See ) 

©i3Q— e. ©. lil — ^ I ©s^q ( GO«i )— 

Katambhara Katambara ( See ) 

©^Q©^© — go. «? ( aQiQgQdi ) — *. i GQ©ai^or assail 

Katarakatara 


-a© — 

Croaking noise like 
that of frogs* 


9*9 3*9 


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©o eaiocQ, o%p <i qocwcct » 2te>s» cow ca§ so qiq a3»sfl 


«o4te? ; 'a&i* » oqgq W «9SW; *aq<?©' * ac^ 4 «qV cq«w i 


> I 9$fel 89— -2. Clattering sound. 
* I G9|93!9 9991 a$ — 3. Medley of sounds; 
confused or mixed souad, 
v I aefsg© 9& «fi? — 

4. Harsh jargon; meaningless babble. 

9*9 «*9— C9. 9—9*99*9 ( C9« I— 
Ka$ara matara Ka$araka$ara (See) 

9*Q— €9. 9 ( e. 9C**9 )— ^ 1 SfffflS^G^; <*&— 
Ka$ar£ 1. Earthen vessel or cup. 

^rfetitf; ^tf* J> I 9°3H 91 §999 ctot— 

%£t<U 2 A cup of brass or bell-metal. 

©MR— SIOT"( G96>I9 ) 9 -<3939I9 9«N€© ( <19!9 

Katar&iga 910 ©Iff) ^^ ) — A tree used as fuel. 
9*«J— giC9. (9$9) 9. — 9*g— Billhook. 

Katari 

9|QtQ9l-^9. 9 (€99h9)— €$€9^1; 9Ha€9GQ«M«£— 
Katasfrika" Barlaria Oastata. 

9*1— €9. 9. ($. 9^9) — V I 9lf9f; €899; 931 — 
Kata 1, Catting; hacking. 

^1 

j 1 aieatiiQciaw^. $3^ cQ9a 9991 — 

2. Heaping; harvesting. 

* I 21991; 999 — 3. Drawing. 

v I 9Q|^$Q1 9»9I — 4. Spinning. 

* I G?9l<lj 9I9C99I— 5. Subtracting; 

• deducting. 

£ I («f 919) 9°S9— 6> Snake-bite. 

s> t w e3G>G9 ot<m otiq^qi gag ora^ 

qPM 9l§G99i — 7. Taking out a por- 
tion from a pack of cards in a card-play. 
r l flieflQCQQl- «QW9 GQ9I— 8. Cursing; 

imprecating; abusing. 

* I 4103931999 9I969 §$91 <9g9l9QIQa- 

09 Qiooi 6 ^etcQ 919,51 C9iQa9i «%— 

9. A kind of thin and sharpe-dged 

bracelet. 

sues, (wsa) 9 — stow $©§19% q^««[9i 

'9^131^ 9* 3919 «*9tQ 3?9i «Cf 

9 q a iq^qi 99 caiflRi — Bi ^ tank 

formed by restraining rain-water 
coming down from the hills by bandhas. 


«t^ OC«» 9^^919©^ 9G>1^% '«* ^ qg 
c 9W«Jl99I WSJ l] 
G9. ^3— ^ I 9*1 J31Qg91 ; 9§9— 

(aai— 9*I<3|«|) — 1. Cut; severed. 
> I 9^9999—2. Due to cutting. 

* i (e. 99IQ)— ai^S^fl— 3. Of ashy colour. 
9*199— €9. 9— Q9Q9<i9eera ( <tflC9 9I9€«9I€9 

Katftita q^t«? «IQi€9 0^91 91? eaifill^) — A class 
of servants of a king attending the 

cook-room.. 

9*iQ9I~S0.9. (9119(9 39^%a) ; ^ 1.9^9 9QQ9I — 
Kataiba 1. To cause to be cut. 

^m > \ graetiQ €9^ tori 0901% fl$hG$ q^ 

WHIT €991 6 G99I — 2. To set off or deduct 

from one's dues, . 

* I 91*%^ SSGStQ 3GQ 961% 3%g9l €l|f- 

«I9<Jl9I* S9 €99l— 3 - To cause a cart 
or conveyance to move to one side; to 

make way* 

(ge«— «99 9*1091) 

* I (^^SD «Q9I$« 9Q91 91 9!?9I— 4. To 

pass (time). 

* i %q® m <$\q 9^^21(9 as ^H9 9^9 

9^}Q9I — 5. To cause to be reaped or 

harvested. 

9 i 991991—6. To decrease. 

$> I ( C9i§$§ ^9 ) ©I^Q^iq i&% 99Q9I — 
7. To cause ( tumour etc) to be operated 

on* 
r I ( G9«fl S8«? ) a§9 9^991 — 

8. To cause ( lines etc ) to be drawn. 

9*19$— G9. 9 6 W— ( tf. 9^9. gi. 9|9 )— 
KatSkati ^ | Q^g- CS<?Q — 1. Cutting; hacKing-.. 

ttVffc; m<$t£ 2. Mutual hacking. 

oqscq attics «^cq ag ea*, 

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* I G(IO 92IGQG— 3- Abusing each other. 

4. Deducting; subtraction. 

* I 3QS9 SJ§ SSl§Q 36P> — 

5. Mutual refutation. 

9*19—3. 9. (Qt=fli9+a3=»8)— ^ i $<a©$%— 

Kataksha 1. Glance. 

> I 9§<$% ^W^sjTi 2J?^9l3— 
2. Sidelong glance. 

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<*> i 9lqQQ«f — 3. Amorous glance. 

v i siQ gq qaq. ?b3 aw a©9i 9i»— 

* 4. A moment; a glance. 

' * + I Q<39 ^jQl^qTj SWIffi W 2K?99 — 

5. A slightly favourable look; slight 

favour. 

qcr^Q Qcf aiQ9 eg «q i $s«°$. ssiqqo. as r 

9*I£Q~ €9. §■ 9<3 — oofl^l© — At a glance. 
Katltkshe ssigs aoq aid s?«i99 ffi© i 

9*lfl Q€j©l— GQ. S— ^ I 9$9qT «W— 

Kataksha kariba 1- To cast sidelong glance at. 

; i aeqa ^9G9 qg<t 9Q9i — 

2. To refer indirectly. - 

* I 9«iGh 9Q9I — 3 - ^° satirize. 

9*IQ$II— G9. 9. ( *90Q 3 s ? )-^©Q9IQ 9SG$ 0S19I 

Kataghasha 9if91 6 G93Q 39 91101— Slicing of 

vegetables and pestling ef condiments etc 

for curry, 

9*|Ql— 69. .9 — ^ 1 «lf a^q «lf G9IQ 991% fl'SWfiQ 
Eatagha* G991 99 — 1- A wound caused by 
^ifc t tf ! sharp weapons, 

j' t qoNloeeQ 99 — 2. Snake-bite wound. 

9*isna-69. 9— esrai ( G9$ ) 

Kataghaa Katagha ( See ) 


9$IQI?0GQ ©9 6916)91- G9. 9 — 9^1 QWSQ W G9GR 
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€S§8§ ^Ml QSGQ 9«WI €99! I 

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Katat n$ 39IQ S^QQ^! CJ£? — 
^fet^^» M^ffi A sound due to a hard thing suddenly 
3&T^f falling down. 

5\ " W - 9dlO— Suddenly. 
OitelQ — W. 9—9SI 99Q09— 

Katadaga Cicatrice; Scar. 

9*109"" 69. 9. ( «9©Q )^-aQ9!Q Q?iG^ QQ9I 9lf9t 
KatabachhS d did 9tS9l 5 9I§9IS— 
<Ft^tftlB ^Slicing and cleansing of vegetables 

q3»R3qfcr for cooking. 

9*19*1— G9. 9. (W9)— 9SKKU ( GQ^ ) 

Ka fa bat a Kutaghasha ( See ) 

9*iQ^-€9. 9. (?f. 99IQ + 9D— §Sf« 91 ai^*S«l # 9#- 
Katabarnna Ashy or grey colour; 
^$t&F pale brown colour. 

&&W . €9. 9^»— Sera 9t anjTSa— 

Grey; ash-coloured. 

q*i8qi— gq. « . ( e. s© y *SL > — ^ 

Katajiba Qtf 91 §£|9 s49!0<iG9 q,a 5 9^9 G991— 
<Ft^WS1f1 The form of the verb 'to cut' in the 
4k4.T4 MT passive voice; to be cut. 

9*IQ— G9. 9- IQ- 9|1€0— 9IS9I a^9CMj 99 9%Q — 
Katara A chopper; a billhook. 

«^K 5HQ- qgfl l 

^. 9- ( 9% ai%=-€l5K? 9«l9i+94- 2fl^) — 
V I Qfy9 9 C I§ — 1. A lecher. 
^ I GW39 9*i§ — 2. A citizen. 
9*IQ» — €9. 9— 9SI9# ( G9^ ) 

KatSraflga Katabarnna ( See ) 

«%«50i— G9. 9. (e. 9|IQ9n— 9*IQ ( 69«3 ) 
KattTfitt KatSra ( See > 

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Katal 
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Katala 


^ I 9S!Q ( CQ€i ) 

1. Katara ( See ) 
J I 9|IQ ( G93 ) 

2. Kattari ( See ) 

* I q#lfllW 9hQ$£> W§<3; $$S! — 
3. The Kukri ; bent knife used by the 
Gurkhas. 

«SI^— SIGQ. WS&Q) 9— QSI& > ( G93 ) 

EatS la 2 ( See) 

9t9% S>SQQ <9 QiqGQ Ml% 

1. Weights. 

2. Persistent request; repeatedly pressing 
request; importunate asking; solicita- 
tions. 

giQoi bqiqqo, eqt i 
W * I €9?«l9 QI&CQ 89—3. Zid; perversity. 

99*99 W©Q_ qS!6Q — 

o^a- scrTQ I 
^Btl v I ( q\ 0^19 )— QSQI0 Oigq§- G9Q,© 3 
4&I4 99* 9^1 — 4. Large copper-pot for 

cooking; dekchi. 
«$i© $€)QI — 69. 3- — $SiQ9l ( G93 ) 

Katala kariba Kataiiba (See). 

«*IO $G§ «|OqQ9 9<3© SQ SQ9I& 9QGff GQQ | 

999ch — ssrla i 

Katalajuara Qasloi^, ap 91 2I3|9SH1 £»&$ G99I 

Q9 # S^Q. qSsb MQ— High tide of 

(Q9«Kjj£liq — 93<3]Q) the lunar fortnight from the 

^T?t*I tenth day till the end; springtide; 

«NBQC«l9ft. flHIH t 

*^K One who cuts; cutter; reaper. 


Katalia Persistent in request importunate. 


KatSliba gieiffi qqqi — 1. To ask for anything 
ft^f^t pressingly or repeatedly. 

2. To insist on It thing. 

* l (eoteiS siaQi aqei aicf)— siOGqy pqqh 

3. To request for the grant of one's desire. 

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018^8- Q9^G^!Q I 

4. To oppress. * • 

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Katasa *. | ^^©3 9^211—1. A wild cat; 

<I^W Felis Chaus. 

«3TO > ( ai«Wia091— 2, Putorius Foetidus; 

civet 
[ g— <39iQ qyq^ oqq<& otq ^< 1 ] 
Q$i€ia@ep— c9. m.— iai9i s*&Q qoisoioi qsio- 

Katasaakhia ^q-QQ TOI; ©QSfl^sfl — 

^ict?i^ Pale-eyed; bat-eyed. 

Katasia 1. Fierce and malignant like wild cat. 
> I O'QIQefQS^— 2. Grey. 
0*l«tfH— GQ. Q(g90Q 0^+«IQ) — dlOflQ^ Abusing 
Ka^asampa and cursing; calling names maledic- 
^Wttft tion. 

Kataha Sfl<3l© QQ9I + 9\|, a) — 

< I 9GQQ — 1. Frying pan. 

2. Cauldron; a boiler. 


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v I QQIQ e«!l» 91 «iga— 

4. The shell-bone of a turtle. 

* I SJ6JQ 3g& — S. Skull-bone. 
4 I 9t§ fliaq — £ -■ ■ 

6. A piece of baked earthsn pot; potsherd. 
*9 I glOQGa^ — 7. Name of an island, 
r 1 ffQQQGQS — 8. A part of hell where 
sinners are put into frying pans 
^ .^ over a fire. 

[Q— <3 QQ9GQ QldlfllWL 6WP-- QQCQ ^ 9I 
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■ e I 9H&9; 9Q9I9. — 9 - Curry. 
^o I 9Ci9$a 91 Vl§<3 — I- Buffalo-calf. 
*A I 9^5 9IJfl— H- A well. 

fcata heba Kata jiba (See) 

,^§— q. 9. %1. (9* aiSL =€lflC * QQ9i+9aca Q)— 
Kati ^ I a«l 3 QStQ^ — 1- The loins. 

2. The temples of an elephant. 
SIN. (953, C«W) 9.—* i 9Q$ G<3fS€Q G€li?< -flip 
9Q§> ©9 G9IQ a§>9l 9!9 3 9Q$ G$»€Q 

'99* <LGIQ 919— 

3. The throw resulting in one cowrie 

being upturned while thrown 

in the game with cowries. 

QIGQ. W. ( 6W3HA 9IOWQ ) ( *. 99^3, 

©e^)— ^ I fig^ TO; €§%— 

1. Young; small; little. 

(aai, 9t-9i$.) 

^%Q«B— €9. 9^1-—^ I <9 9©t fllWlfo QQM 9W — 
Katikia 1 . Consisting of or reduced to one only. 

J\ 9S9*l(G9«l) 

2. KatakiS (Bee) 

-©«©*—*■ 9- ^l1 ®®i Sf+OS^G^)— <. I fief— 
Katitata 1 . The hips; buttocks. 

ji 919QQ oaaOQ ai°ga§— ■ 

2. The fleshy part below the loins. 


Katitala 


■69. 9.— 9?69€iyj^ Q<i% fllOj 9SQ9<3G9 £S| 


^991 9G£| 36j! — A curved sword 
suspended from the belt. 
e§3— *. 9.— (91 + G§ ai^=QSI 9Q91 + 9& «)— 
Katitr ^ | Qf 93,-1. The clothes covering 

the hips- 

-> I 9999^ 93Q8f — 2 - Waist-belt. 

* 1 9113 Q#Mj a^niqoi- o§9iQ> eaio— 

3. Waist-chain; a girdle. 

QfSQ«— ?. 9.— 91©*" (G9<Si) — 

Katidesa Katitata (See) 

sfegia— $. 9. ( 9t +egia aiSL=39S €Wi+9<$- 

Katiprotha «)— 91©t (G93) 

Katitafc (See) 

Katibandha ^ | Q'2^at ; 9«199Q; G^^»l — 
1. Belt; zone; girdle. 

-> I a«^Ql 5 9f^9 — -* 

2. Waist-chain; waist-band. 

• I ( %€CIIO ) 'qflTO CJ&StS G9% 9 9Q^9i 
QS*OSlfliqfipaWI«>— 3. The imaginary 
parallel %elts or strips of country- 
round the earth having similar climatic 
and physical conditions; zones of the 
globe. 

(.siai — atefe sw 6 site 9t9^«K? 1 ) 

«%9®« — %. 9—919'$? ( €9^ )— * 

Katibandbana Katibandha ( See ) 

Q§GI— G9. §( 91f9I^R 9^919^9 «9I«1 )— 

Katiba \ | (9KJJ1 a»9 flfiHIfra) 9^1IC99l i 99G99l— 
i ^ 1. To be killed. 

^tNfest ( SKII — g_^C9 Q©9©'QCQ9 9fSQ I ) 
TO^rm ^ 1 9§>9G99I 3 9ttS99l— 2. To be cut, 

* I $9$ 9^991— »." To be set off. 
aiQGOQ99i %^ri 919 1 ) 

v I CKI9t 91 e^l9G9G» *19 .91 ^ 9^9 
gqg^l — 4. To be deducted. 

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* I (swq, W, 9G) 2|Q9I§9 91 3i§9 G99I— 

5. (time) To be passed. 

9s?si9 9?qq caioa caioa — q9iq. QlOQ$q i 
9 I (Wtefl 9TO) «KWII $aq^*iaw G99I — 

6. To be passed over. 

9?Q«3 G9CS> Q«b qj» qjJQ^— Q$lflO\ 9$«|9Qh I 

9 I $9 G99I — 7. To be lessened. 
( gal — Sal qgWG^ Q$9%QI^Ci€R 9§QG> 9!£ 

Q^Qie— 5T. 9—^1 ©©, st+9ia) asiiaq C9<a— 

Katibata Lumbago (disease.) 

9$@9I-G9. §-QWI ( G93 )— 

Kaiajiba Katiba ( See ) 


Kati 




* 


9gl — 1. Elephant. 
9a©— 2. Long pepper. 

3. Hips; buttocks. 

4. A thorny creeper. 

* I 9$$ Gi§€9€l — 5. Elephant's temples. 

©*1Q— ff. 9 ( Gf — QTO 9Q9I + 9&QQ )— ^ I W; 
Katjra QQ— 1. Thigh; lap. 

J I 9?; «k»l — 2 - Loins. 

* I 3$9<3Q — 3. Cave. 

QfclQQ— e. 9. (93te + <jia Q)— Q%1q ( CQGf)— 
Katiraka Katira ( See ) 

Katu *. 1 (<S®Q3 <teJ%<39©a) qqta— 1. Pungent; 

hot in taste. 
Q§— 2. Bitter 
9319- 9Q3 — 3. Of offensive taste; 

insipid. 

v I Sl3% ©9^5 SJSlO^Q — 4. Disagreeable 

( to taste, smell, touch, hearing or 

sight or to the mind; unpleasant). 

* I 99SI — 5 - Harsh. 

6. Of offensive smelh 
9 ! 9Q3&M9Q — 7. Envious of another's 

good fortune. 


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Q9; W9l; Q9; £|<2% Sl|; 991— 

8. Scurrilous; sharp; unbearable.. 

9. Bad; uncomely; ugly. 
^ K+9& ■$)— TOIShlj TOQaflq— 

10. Wliich should not be performed; 

improper. 

tf. Q. 9^1. — GI9§j9GQ — Intensely. 
qiow qpo, s>9ja§o affsq sig^j 9sq 9s^ g*q i 

99^Th b ©coigs^ gsrto \ 
ST. ^>. — ^ I Q% Ql^^ — 1. Harsh words. 

^ I 9%M ^ 8913 — 2. Any pungent thing.. 

* 1 2fl$j£Wlg ste^j qs, §io| 6 flQO— 

3. Three pungent things in the Ayurbeda 
viz, dry ginger f long pepper and black- 
pepper used in medicine. 
' ~* I Q^Q Q8i — 4. A medicinal plant. «. v 

* I S?tOl — 5. Bitterness; pungency; harsh- . 

ness; scurility. 
& I (GWSS 1 )— tffiQd^Q^B. Camphor. 

9*JW^— flIOT. (^^1^) 9.—9W O^WIQ 

Katual Village-watchman. 

•^OQ— CT. 9.— fe. €$l|3ia)— ^ I ftGIQQQQ qg- 
KatuSQa «9f^Ql;:WIQQfl1 99Q 91 S?q?fiQ— 
C^Rstatf 1- A guardsman of the town police. 

«Md^|M 9^1© Q9IQQ GQS> 919 G9!QQ I ^^Sj^- ^O^qfljiq^ j 

2. Head of the town police,corresponding 
to the Police Commissioner in presi. 

dency towns. 

[ 5j — ^I9I^i1gq qoi, fl^l, siaQ 6 q^«io ^ <§ 
9M, $w— aqi 6 ^9l©ff, Q^uffi - q&urci qsiq i] 

G9. 9^1. 3Qiy— Unruly; disobedient. 
9^?0fi — G9- s> — ^ I ^Q ^€Q $UWr Q§9f 9%. 
Katuali 39QQ eiM — !• Town police station; 
C^tC^l^l^l nea< ^- quarters of the town police,, 

*feRTT3& > [Q3QGQ Q^99l 91 09^ Qlfl— 

2. The watching of a town. 

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Katuka' 1. Trikatu (See) 

2. A sweet-smelling grass. 

* I §QI £IQ— 3. Bitter gourd. 
v|Q^ Qg — 4. Bitter taste. 

* I Gai^Q; fl€SIG — 5. A cucurbitaceous 

creeper and its edible fruit. 
9 I ^%®— 6, A medicinal plant. 
9 I si^^P — '- The Swalk>wwort; Calotro- 

pis Gij^ntia ( plant ) 
r I ^ GSI€t§— 8 - MustardVseed. 

o* 9*ifl Q€)Qi— gq. S ($.s^-f9tfla)— O 93 go-' 

Katu kataksha kariba 9t9 9Q9I— 

<p| 4&h*M>4l To oppose vehemently. 

^ / 1 omo© 9§qi 6 oa^lwi- 

2. To speak harshly and to frown. 

9^9£i|— ST- *h^rQ%S 9QQ } 3105*3; 3§£j Wi— 
Katukatha Harsh, bitter or scurrildus words. 

9$?a— s. 9. (.99918; 9\+99=» )— 1 1 3Qi— 

Kaiukanda 1. GingBr* 

-M.Q^gl — 2. Garlic. 

* I Q99l.«a -3* The Moringatree. 

O^QQIfil— 3. 9-9G«JG9l© ( G93 ) 
Katukapali Kapteikoli ( See ) 

9$?* — *• 9- (9*^+9 + 3)— 

Katuka (G^9)«I9RWG«9 « ; 9$a— 

^^( Black Hellebore; Picrorribiza . 

*ȣfc; sRgsft Kar*oV 

g. $%a [ 9— «9I 9*^ 9819, 9$, %9 

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t. I QIO — 1. Betel. 

J I aftl €*««;• 39 G3I^*3 — 

2. Bye; whit9 mustard. 
* I lfc)| QQ— 3. Bitter gourd. 

9$«*©1^-G9. 9. (*• 9\+9!*9<i~9^©l)— 
Katukatabya aioflftj 9^11 — 
41?-$1l>4J Abusive language. 

o^a— »- 9. {9^9 +*l. q)— 3sjet_€is— 

Katuki A medicinal tree* 

*G9. Q.— 9*,9I (GQ«) 

Katuka (See) 

0*G»-e. 9. (© t+ ««>-"«©; «€1l— 

Katuklta Gnat; mosquito. 

©^»S9— ff. 9, (9t?*+1^- ^^~ 

Katukitaka 9^«lt (GQ«) 

Katukita (See} 

QfQQl— e. ©. (Q^5,^i Qiy-€I® + %1. «j)~ 
Katugandha G^fir^j- Asatotida. 

Katugranthi 1. Ginger root. 

" > I aaoto -2. Root of long pepper. 

Q^OI— *. 9- (©t+QGQ. «»)— ^ 1 SIS^I— 

Katuta 1. Pungency; bitterness 

2. Scurrility; unbearableness. * 

■ '• I Q^Q^I — 3. Keenness; acutenesa. 

Katutikta Pungent and bitter* 

g. Q-(GQ9i©)"feqo©9j ©GQQOI ( 991 ) — 
Agathotes (Siirayeta ( Creeper ). 

9*©§9i— ^- Q-8»i«iQ ( wh 6 era ) — 

KatutdktikS Bitter gourd; wild variety 

fiswfti-ftwWft of Lagenaria Vulgaris. 

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Katutnmbi Katutiktika ( See ) 

«i§3o— e. 9. (-9*iij o%j-gSo )— ©^9 ( gqs ) 

• Katutaiia Katusneha ( See ) 

W&~%- ^ (9$+qG9. S )— 9$©l ( €Q«I ) 

Katutwa Katuta ( See ) 

O^Qff - *- 9. («\+atf+QW ^fll- A9-: )— 
. Katnparnnt (c39i9) QOiiqjLfl (GQ«|) 

Kantakusuma ( See) 

■9fc€fQT-sr. 9. (q&jl 9t +ro)— ac^iffl- eaiia— 

Katuphala A cucurbitaceous plant 

and its edible fruit 

«^Q©©-fl.S>. (9#%9|+9©9)--«iq9«l 9IQi i CII©flQ— 
Katubachana Abuse; scurrility; harsh words. 

9*919— e. w- 4 . ( 99sl8i 9^+919 >— ®l^i 

Katubak QQQ\ ( Qs$J ) — Scurrilous; abusive, 

foul-mouthed. 
9$9!<3i - sr. 9$. q_°. (9^+99 aiSL+9$L Q.% UIU9V- 
Katubadi 9^91$ ( G^ ) 

(O^IW — %]) Katubak ( See ) 

o*QiQ— e. 9. %l. (9y-qQ+%V a) — fiwricia© — 

Katubira Bed pepper; cayenne. 

■«§?g— g- 9— (e?w) ^S— 

Ka^ubhadra Dry ginger. 

Katubhashi -9^919 ( G9<3 ) 

(9$g«dl— d) • Katubak ( See ) 

9&3Q— 3. S>— v€Wi9) 9$9I ( GQ3 ) 
Katumbhara Katuka ( See ) 

9^9— e. 9 (9^+e*Gef. 9)— g<3i» q§ — 

Katura Churned sour milk. 

9^Q0— q. 9. ( 9$9l§; 9 y- 99— 89 ) — 
Katuraba flf^. GQQ; G9GP— Frog. 

.(9fQ9i— *1) $. 9<a. 9?. (9§glg)— wa wqg— 

Having a harsh sound or tone; croaking. 

9£$~gq. 9. (<?. 9|i9)— 9*1^ 9i?9i awea«— 

Katuri A chopper; a bill-hook. 

Katuribenta *Q9I G9GQ Q^QQ GSJQ* ?l a «>l 
«JO% aqfilM— Wooden handle of a 

bill-hook. 


9*£QQ$>l-^-GQ. 8, ( e. Q§1Q% 6981 SW ai^_ )— 
■ Katureib* Qt§L %\% f 9 f 9 9Q Qif^l—To chop. 

Katurohini KatukS ( See ) 

0^9— e. e. ( ©i+G^ )— 

Katusneha V I ( Q§Q]@ )— G3IQS — 
1. Mustard seed. 

j 1 mi e^iQ^ ^q esiiQ'a— 

2. Rye; white mustard seed. 
• ! ( Q$l| )— G3IQ9 GOQ— 3. Mustard oil. 

9^ •• e. 9. ( Q*i; ©t+Q§ )— 

Katukti ^t^Ql©^. Q\Q#Q — 

Harsh words; abuse. 
QG^IQ— GQ. Q. ( «t. GVI^Q )— 

Katora ^Q GQltQ> GQIQQi^ §® €I8Q— • . 

The hollow of a tree, 

9G%iq ( CTfll ) 
Katora ( See ) 

9G*iq— e. 9. (9^ai^=WQS1 9Q9l + 9^ 6q 
Katora +%1. «l ) — 

1. A metal saucer or cup. 

> I qg, q^ Qip ; qwtQi «p— 

2. Small earthen cup.* 

3. A shallow cup. ( Apte ) 

'9€$l<»— *. 9- (9% yi%=2flS>|QO 9Q9l + 6» ) — 
Katola ^ t I G$|Q — 

1. The Chandala or sweeper caste. 
J I 9^qq§ Q§ — 

2. Article having a pungent taste. 
9G*lfi> <31€il— ^. 9. ( 5»l1 Wj, 9G%I» + «I )— ^gjcfl- 

Katola bina SHWQ 991391 G9Q^ — One-stringed 

musical instrument of the 
beggar; the beggar's harp, 

9*f9— e. 9. (9^at%+qe9.9=»9|^0|+^ai9.« 

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9*!Q91 — tf. 9. (MlQ + lie^fo Q+tf. ® )— 
Kattarika 0||Q ( G9« ) 

Kattara ( See ) 
*0$»— *. 9. ( O^+ffQ; OTIOO )— Qtffft ( gq« ) 
Katphaja ' Katphala ( See ) 

*9|«l— sr. 9. s.1. ( osj»+*1. n )— . 
. Katphala v | Qfjfqiaa 6 stq — 

1. Gmelina Arborea(tree and its fruit.) ' 
) I $<M; GQ© QIQCISl— 2. Solanium Indicum. 

* I QIQQ3; 9IQ}^3 — 3. Brinjal plant and its 

fruit; eggplant and its fruit. 

■O^fir— S. Q- ( <?$S1§; 0^+Mr )— 
Ka^wanga v [ General ( G<?« ) 

1. Phanaphana ( See ) 

ju ( oig ) sg&iwlq ^©iQGQ<a ; o«ga— 

• * 2. Name of a king of the Solar dynasty, 

(O^sfl— §1) *. W- l°— Wift acr oo^oooicr- 

Sturdy; hard-limbed. 

Katwamla Pungent and sour. 

OSQ— ST- 9. ( O^ ai^=9^1 OWI+«Ka. 9Q )— 
Katwara ^ | GQIQQg — 1. Churned sour milk; 

butter milk. 
J I Q«? — 2. Curry. 

* | QOSIQ — 3. Butter; cream of curd. 

■«$IQ— $.9. («S -a&+^ai^+s<$. *»— o$ift*(w« 
Katwara Kattara (See) 

Katwl Katuka ( See ) 

QO (a|$) — $.— Spg €991 — To be in grief or trouble. 
Kath (root) 

'Ooja-'-w. ©.— «o«a (W«) 

Kathla Kathala (See) 

90QQQI— flICQ. ( «WWR ) 3. ( *• Of )— 

Ka^hlaibS Q<% a|Q $0 G9IQ Q§9I — 

To keep quiet in spite of suffering 

hardships, 

•OO— *. 9. ( oq aift«3«s GWl+94* a >~ 
Ll Katha ^ | (Q|q) QK$TOteliq1 «p«C«— 
1. A sage of that name. 


-> I OO-SfQft Q©0 Q9S>Sq— 

2. An Upanishad composed by sage 

Katha. 
* I €©Q — 3. Pain; trouble. 
"* I (+0& a) «j6ei9-4. The Rugbeda. 
qoq— go. 9. ( *. Qi^ai^i )— s^a— 

Kathau Wooden sandals, 

OOft§$— w. 9.—^ i s? ft aeQ a ?3 9! <a 9^ 9I€I— 

Kathauchihna 1 . Trace or print left on the earth 
«T5Cra ?t^t by wooden sandals. 

QI^QIQIQ 91^€ ©^ — 2. Sandal or 

bracket shaped black mark found on 

: . the hood of the cobra and other 

poisonous snakes- 

QQQQ QOQ Q\Q Ol Ml QQGQ OSI G9IQ?(GQ I 
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Kathara ^ | ©Oft — 1- Hard- 
j I ^Q — 2. Firm. 

QOG4, — G9GQ. Q.— ( Q^i SL°- g - Q( *® ^ — Qm — 
Kathal * • Jack fruit 

#fcfa ssyw «oq <Sq«i ots^— 6©aeQ sn9qo §© g9©». 1 

ooft —SH3Q. (aoeio) 9.— ^^oi (e<w - 

Kathala Ambalata (See) 

00ft— GO. 9. ( e. ©1*3 )— SJ9I9I9 QBfl OI^ITO— 

Kathala foiQQ QQ QEJQQ GQGQ 9?PI Q|Q 091 

%A<j5 T 9Q§*}i^ Q9ISI<] I ) — A wooden frame put 

on elephants and used as chair. 

ooftQOl— giGQ- (3ftft!9$) 9 - — ©qq^i (Goa) 

Kathalaiba • Kathlaiba (See) 

001— GO. 9— ^ I'tWKQ 9^ ET«; GOQ — 

rlatha " 1. Young frui£ of jack tree. 

J I of 09a; ©19 TOIQ0IG9I€1h Q$«— . 
2. Seed cocoanut; fully developed oocoamit 
fit for growing seedlings. 


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S. A measure for rice etc. 

v I 91$ » $1S| <$© G9%Q— 

4. Firm grip; death grip. 

* I G99S$!GQ G99I 93* 9<3— 

5. A carbuncle on the nape of the neck. 

"fll69. W.9SL9) 9. — y t* SI§9IQ fiJS 1 ! SH«I — 

(=c<c gqiqi) 

An iron-pot for measuring paddy. 

901$ (Q©mIQ)— C9". 9. — QOQ QOhIQ (69«) 

Kafchau (etc.) Kathau. etc. (See) 

SSQ G<3ft $$39 01 *0lfi* €Q 1 SS9SK gala I 

QOIW ei^— G9.9. «8 Q £ $ 0, Q cai© aci 9qfl9iqp 
Ka$haua ganthi q£> qqq $q €€KllQ qfl€9 fl9 t 

tise joints made at fche ends 31 tbra wall- 
plates of a thatched hpuse to fit into 

each other. 

90lQ$9^i—s^. 9.—* 1 9193 qoi <j©9W^iq s?i$$ 

Ka#ra pardijiba G9IQ 98fl9ia9gl— 1. Firm grip 

of the hands. 

> I 90919^93$ aft QQ 98* 5iatGQ GOfe® 

Q|$L (331 — 30s G9fcS 9<t§€) G99) ©3 
e)Q 391 a9gi69 ©891 GQQQ q|ff§^ 
QG^OTI G9l< Qg 9W <}99Q G9IQ 9 
3f9l * ^9313 3I^O a©99! — 2- The 
rigidity of two hands while clutching a 
thing as in a vice, caused by a paroxysm 
of feelings in the holder. 

908iQ ~S.9.(90ff + £ai^=^G99l+Q$-2l 90I9O)- 
KathiHjara \ \ ^pg| Gig — 

1. The Holy Basil plant. 

> I aqsi CIS— 2. Butea Frondosa (tree) 

98*1 - gi.w.— (*. 9099339 qoiw)— 909 (C9<9 

Kathina . Kathina (See) 

000— e. w. (9qai$ — gag C99f+9<§. qq.)— 

Kathina % [ 9GOIQ; 9^; ©<^— =1. Cruel; hard. 
90991 7 hearted; heartless; merciless. 

9i89<t J ~~ ^ 

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tough. 


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* I G9tQj 9%9Q — 4. Severe. 

* I 9S*€l — 5- Harsh; severe. 
^ 1 <^gq|fc| — 6. Rigorousjdimcult to perform.. 
9 I SjWj Oft— 

7. Sharp; unbearable; grievous. 

8. Grave; serious; calamitous.. 
ti I ^9^G^ty — 9. Difficult to understand. 
tf. 9. — $l§k giol — Earthen pot. 
9009I — ST. 9 { -0OQ + q9. 91 )— < I 9©9I — 
"Kathinata 1. Hardness; rigidity. 

J I 0^€(OI — 2 - Cruelty; heartlessness. 
m I ^©901 — 3- Difficulty. 
v I $£OIQ©1— 4. Harshness; severity, 

$5q§— e. «? ( Qoo+q9. ^ )-oooqi ( s^gj ) — 

Kathinatwa Kathinata ( See*) 

06994— gr.9 ( 9*1. $?5$>+Qg )_^ i ^ e^^q— 

Kathinadanda 1. Hard labour. 

j> | QQOIQ QfJ — 2. Severe punishment. 

QoaaQgis— or* 9 ( 9*u QOQ+eiQ^ )— ^5 a^^q. 

Kathinaparisrama 9G€1§ QQ€t?I — Hard labour. 

Q099€$a 9QI— G9. 9 ( Q©Qsfl q-31 )— qqpQ Qaqy 
Kathinaparisrama saja OIQ sia^£Jlg 9Sfl99i geiQ^q 
^I^ft3^PlM GQQ Qq — Imprisonment with hard 
^rt*T|«f?ra^rr labour; rigorous imprisonment. 

QOO^I— e- 9 ( 9$9lS ; 900 + qq ) 0533 ®Q9— 
Kathinaprustha Tortoise^ 

000^9— 5f • 9 (TO^q,4 + ^ ! ^^; — 980; 9QQ — 
Katbinaprushthaka Turtle; tortoise. 

». 94 ( 9yflg )-<$© qi%§— 

Having a hard or tough back. 

go9gaq— ^. 9 ( 9*iij Qo^+gq^ )— ^woq-*- 

Kathinasamaya 1. Hard time. 

> I 9Q9©^9 <$${ — 2. Dangerous time. 

, 909«flg*ii— ?r> 9 ( 9#% 960+99^1 r— ^^w g^t 

KathinasamasyS 91 Q9|ll — Dilemma; a point 

very hard of solution. 
: 969$$q— *. 9tf. V ( ^?Sl§i 90©+§9^ )— 

Kathinah*«day» '"■Ai^q^; — 1. Relentless; hearty- 


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deal with. 

$. 9 ( 9*11 )— 9%$ 91 ©C&J 39— 

Cruel or hard heart. 

909I— ST. 9 ( 90Q + 2II )—k I qQ »q— 

Kathina 1. Molasses. 

^ I ai-SQGSS — 2. A kind of cup. 
90©9I— £f. 9 ( «>O0+Q9 + 2fl ) — ^ I 3£; "30 SWf— 
Kathinika 1. Writing chalk. 

> I Q|09|f»- — 2. Wooden stick. 

9Q91 — 3. 9 (TOG+%1. fij) — 96&91 (g93 ) — • 
Kathinl Kathinika ( See ) 

95§— 3. .9 (G99i9)-9Qq W ^ 9"»3 9I9G9*— 
Kathilla A bitter edible fruit and its 

• creeper; Memordica. 

9C£9— e. 9 (90ft + «6a. Q)— SO* (€9«l )— 
Katbillaka Kathilla ( See ) 

9€0Q— *. 9d. 1° (90 ai^=9«a €991 + 9$. <Q) — 
Kathera qecffij q$q— Poor; poverty-stricken; 

eking out a hard existence. 

9eOI«— 91. 9— 90Q ( G9<3 )— 

Kathou Kathau ( See ) 

960JQ— e. M. ( 90 ai^9«S-G99l+9$. <$9)— 
Kathora <. I qoo . tlflft 9? — 

9GOIQ©! 1 1. Hard; stiff. 

9goiq§ f Q * -m as^ sfiW^ — 

2. Strict; which must not be infringed. 

* I 939 — 3. 'Severe. 

* I 9%^ $§9; €!§; 9^9Q— 4- Difficult. 

* I ©<^Q; 9<^~ 5. Cruel. 

9 I ©QO. Q9 — 6. Old; decrepit. 
9 1 Q$ — 7. Full; perfect. 

69. ( giSfo 89iv> 9.— 9«fc 939 3931— 

Hard condition; trouble; the state of 
being cadaverous. 

a^o fli aca caw q$t SW91 

99 9.QOO C<3|Q 9GOIQ CO^l— ^KkOWlQQO, gs I 

9601991— S. 9. (9GOIQ + Q9. «) — 
Kathorata <. I <J©9t — 1. Stiffness. 
J I a^Gl — &- dullness. 
• * I SJ§99I— 3. Abstruseness. : 
v I 90Q9I — 4* Hardness"* 


* | $<3TOI — 5. Severity. 

960IQ$— *. 9. (9COIQ + Q9- «J)— 9GOIQ3I (69d) 
Kathoratwa KothoratS (See) 

9GOIQ— *. 93. ( 90 ai^«^a €991 + 9$. 6ft)— 

Kathola ' 9€OI9 (69«0-^ 

Kathora (See) 

960?— 9U-9.— 90Q (G9«) 

Kathau Kathau (See) 

90j[ai£:— S. — <* i 93 9^91 — 1. To arrogate. 
Kard (root) } \ QIIQQI — 2. To eat. 

* 1 9219 9Q.9i — 3. To separate. 

QQ— G9G9. 9. (Q°. 9€f )— ^ 1 9©S TOI; G9I$ — 
Kard -Angling line; cord, 

Oj^— €§69. 9. ( 0°. 99 > — <19 9^ qiq9 9 fl*i — 
Kad Cod (fish), 

9® 99Q«<^-€969. 3. *' «°q«0 ; — Sl5 6 913 QIQ 
Kad libhar ael QlgQaiff^ ^QG9€ieQ Qs9§© '99- 
5IISQ gt1% SgO G©^— Cod liver oil- 

9©,^— G9G9. 9 ( Wai^SIS* ) — 

Kardcha <. | g©| G9Q^9I SQ^I 6 S9I01GQ-9K& 
^S^T q9l «^II9 §319 V|€lQ— 

1. Paper containing an account of rent paid 

by and still due from a rayat. 

> \ 9l9%OI 9g — 

2. 'Hand book; a rough rSemo book. 

* I Cfl£il9Q 99961 — ^* Classified detailed 

* description, 

99QQC^-C9G9. 9.— (0°. 9^f QQQ^9*iI9Q9 9# 

KardTain GQCH'r— €9ld9 gi9^L 991 QIQ 9*1^69 

ggQ ^99 9i G9ft^SI— Chordline (road 

or railway). 

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Karga i | Q&, — 1. Edible. 

9 I ( + 9$. «) QS^— 2 - Mad * 
* I 3£- Q<sf: — 3. Illiterate. 
St- 9- — QS^l— Eating. - 
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> I 3QQQ ai^V— 2. Side of the body. 

■Kanaka , 9Q96> Gfc9ti1j SLiqg 9 £*961 — 

A kind of salt; sea-salt. 
Q6>00— G9. 9.) S. QQ9)— 9G9 ( 693 ) 

Kardakacha Kardaka (See) 

$9991 — flIOT. (CIOOIO) W.— 9I§GQ €j«T QIQgQl 

KardakaTTcha d|^Q 6QI£<1 99 qi gig qHJ qui 

Q§99l (aiff) I 
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Kardakarda ^ | gaqj© g©% <ga S qq 6^93^ 

9§Q ©«B* QEI6Q SJNI as? — 
3^53^5 1. (onomatopoeic) The sound of oil 

^*»* bubbling over fire. 

2. Trembling with anger; furious with rage« 
* I 9£9S €19 — 3. Snapping or crackling 

sound. 
v I £j€)9$^ €19 — 4. Croaking or grating 

sound. 

9©'9i— 69. w (s. ©tfa, 9$ J — <. i ^g. ciqg— 

Kardaka 1. Heated. 

^5^1 > I q€lGQ 9Q9Q — 2. Foaming with rage. 


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Q9W1— 1 Fasting. 

5. Active; made brisk. 


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9 \ Q^5; 950 — 6. Troubled; tormented. 

S> I $£191319 G # aiC QCJJSW 699! ( fl^Q )— 

7 . With a feeling of brisk ness or 

lightness of the limbs due t© fasting for 

some time; with lethargy gone* 

s»9iQg>i— 69*. §, ( S9#? )— 1 1 (e.o«j) 9s>1qj°a giQ 

Kardakaiba £991 Q69€hGQ Q9 <§ eSfiW^ Qn 

W$fa QQGQ ££$1391 — 1. To boil oil etc over 

fire to free it from the watery portion. 


> I (3. 993). Q«Q 91 3GO$ Q^ft-Q — 

2. To cause one to shake off lethargy; 
to goad one to activity. 

* I Q\n SSQQ^g €J#IQQ| — 3. To heal (a sore); 

to cause a sore to granulate by cessa- 
tion of watery^discharge therefrom. 

■* 1 (sr. 9*J $G9 eai^ij ©sfe swi— 

4. To scold; to give a bit of one's mind. 

9©«>®|— 69. $\ (8(^9; ^ft; £. 9\_92JI )— 
Kajjakiba ^ | <ao, QQS>|Q 999© ETWI — 
W^l 1. (oil, ghee etc) To boil with a 

fftRETT 'singing sound. 

-* 1 qsiG3 QQ9Q Q99|. qQQQ 9091 — 

2. To foam with rage. 

* ! €>©^l— 3. To sulk. 

v I Q|20^ QffiftlQ ^>Q G9IQ Ql^fl ^91 — 
4-. To heal; to granulate (said of a*sor#). 

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Kar^ankara soqq ) — ^ \ y|QQ ^g ; yq — 

1 . Chaff of paddy. 
J> I 93j Q$| — 2. Husk of rice. 

Kar^langara 99QQ ( 693 ) 

Kardankara ( See 

©@9a— 69. ^>— ^iG^lQ 691Q 6€1lQ|tQJ 9m§Q ^GQ 

Kardatala q3^Q1 SI^q m ©flQa— The place 

below the side lying on the ground of 

a sleeping man. 

9©0I— 69. Q— aigc^ €Ofa§ 9g% ©gsjG^ 9^9^ 

Kardata t391Q 60W 9Q9I 0^^ ©^9^9^^ 9fl^9GQ 

''IM ! Q^Q| ^OGQ 69^ Q2JQ Ql fllf^qiQ *M3|<1- 

qlBl 8 Bits of stone or Clods of earth put on 

one of the pans of a scale to make 

the scale-beam perfectly horizontal 

before weighing a thing. 

9@©i &iq$i — G9. & — asu a$9ij aracp ^91 — 

Kardata dhariba To make the scale-beam per- 
^t«f«t?fl fectly horizontal by putting 

TCty^RSTT bits of stone or earth in the pan 

which is found to go up, to ensure correct 

weighment. 


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Karjla neufsibs 1. Karda leutSiba ( See ) 

^ 1 GSIQ9I QGQfihGQ 9&316Q 0991— 
2. Laying down one's body on the* bed to 

sleep. 

<98»99i— 69. 9— flSdl $366* 99 ©6» a9lQ GS1Q9I 

Kaidapaka Qlft 9t9§© ^99— A bed-sheet. 
9© 99lQ9I — 69. § — 6alQ9l 3 ©9 91© GSIOQI — 
karda pakaiba To lie down in order to sleep. 
""^ ( lit. to lay one's sides on down) 

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kardapata One side. 

4VfW G9. 9«— «©3W ( CW ) 

ffcHTC; **R5 Kardapatia ( See ) 

'9grg§ai-GQ. m— ^ i «9 aiefcQs®— 

Kardapatia 1. Situate on one side; lateral. 

«rtPto ; i 49 aic«i aiCT 3iQ3l$i— 

" f**f*RT; 3PT3FST 2. Proceeding on one side only. 
Kaidapate 1. Laterally; on one side. 

4^*t > i aia, c 69Q— 

qn^fl 2. Passing by the side of . 

9© 9©Qi— G9. 9 -TO q391— -;• 
Karda pardiba Falling asleep. 

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Kardapa pathara GI^IQGQ QOQI 49 991Q S^Sfe* 
g$| a2iQ — Flat stone slabs available in 
Kadappa in South India, used as building 
material. 

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Karda pariba Karga pakSiba" ( See ) 

""*" eg9ff wis siq aiQCQ *<§\\ ^Q»u TO KM©* goi« i 

kaidaba Karaba ( See ) 

99919— G9. Q— 9©a% ( 693 ) 

Kargabaga Kardapata ( See ) 

9©9l§a— 69. M-^9flW ( 693 ) 

Kargabagia Kardapatia ( See ) 

-999I6G1— G9. £. W— GQOGS ('SW) 

Kardabage Kargapate ( See ) 


9©a9-~ 69. a. (asssjQCKij 39. «t. Qoai^s*oa^) — 

KarcUmarjU < I 6SiaCQ 9i<$ Qei§>Qi> G9ia9G?Q- 
{%*9ftf;^5^ 1. Foaming with rage; gnashing 
fadfo^ with rage. 

? I 91$ G^9IQ9I 39— 2. Sound produced 
by the grinding of the teeth; gnashing 

of the teeth. 

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• I Sltfl 91 9*1 fl9iaijL 91^69 6«!,9iQ9IQ 
TO99<SI a© — 3. Sound produced by 
chewing some hard or raw fruit or 
crunching. 

-»■ i GI2Q 9IO%9»qTO Q9 55 1 qS^i ^^ — 
4. Snapping sound produced by break- 
ing a branch from a tree. 

99(13 — GQ. 9.— 601*169 91$ QC1QI; fil«fe 999— 
Kardamaidi Grinding of the teeth as a sign of 
fefefife anger; extreme anger. 

O90^«B— G9- 9«.— 9«J9Qj 9^— 

Kardamaidia Difficult; intricate; knotty. 

99fl^9l— G9, ?.— (Q!$)-99^9 9€fc9li G^iyG€>Qf^ 
kardamardiba Q9§)QI— To foam with rage; to 
^gsj^l grind the teeth out of extreme 

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99fl»-GQ. 9. (^^SW^ai^^GM) — ^ I ai9i9Ga«— 
Kardama 1. A kind of paddy. 

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«^^r j i ( g. 99^ )— aiP a^ifii 9lt G991 aGQ 

92BQGQ q91 9©l »% ^ai S>1 0° 3^^G^ 
OTfl^GQ 9figa9l ai9 CIS 6 G94JI — 
\ " 2. The paddy plants and stalks coming 

out of the stubbles left in the paddy- 
field after harvesting is over. 

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Ga^ Gg^ aa 91" cia%"-9i9«9l W 
91 g% ^19ta £T9— 3- Pigmy fruits 
and shoots appearing on 'Worn out- 
annual creepers and plants after the 
fruit-bearing season is over. 


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Q9l<3 s$|^ G3^ <g^ 9I9IGQ — 
4. Tender shoots coming out from 
the stems of last year's betel creepers. 
9© flIQQI -€$.§. — ^ I SG^tQ G9IQ GSWI; afire 
Karda mardiba G«l?<3 813^ ^|9eQ G^liQ9l — 

*lt"W?l 1. To lie on one side. 

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G«fQG9 aS9 flSJ9|{3 «3fl|© I 

J I G9fel3 9i§Q ai<Stqi_Q^I — 2. To come to 

the side of a person. 

(aai— «o©%qj€t 99 G9Q gs gsi 99 9i9j?i§ 1) 

9© 81© 6€TQ9|— €9. ?— aGflQ G91Q G3IQ91 — 
Karda mardi soiba To lie on one side. 

O© €fll©Qi~ C9. 8 .— 09 99 QoaiQ afti 99 9119 
Karda mordiba G€1IQQi ; 91^ 8519^ Q^9I — 

♦fMcrt^lj *fMf*Rft To change sides while lying 
fiT^r^^FTT down on bed. 

Q@q— 3- 9. ( $0 ai$ = qao 9Q9l+9#. «^ )— 
Kardamba ^ | aiqQ aQ,|. - ciiQI^Q 9£r 91 <®fy — 

1. The stalk of a pot-herb. 
J I 2K3§j£i— 2. The top. 

* I a'fiJQ 91 €191— 

# 3. Sprout; young shoot. 

* I QOQIj ©§—4- Bud. 

* I 993, - 5. The ISTuclea Kadamba (tree) 
9 1.9161 — 6. Arrow. 

€9. 9. — 999AI9 <I9AW WfiW,«>q%a 9%Q9I 
K^_ — The only surviving scion of a family. 

99<y— G9. 9- (*- 99H)— * I 99<ai (C9«0 

Kardamba 1. KardamS (See) 

2. Karaba (See) 

KardambI An edible aquatic creeper, 

«©q— giw- (93Q) $- (^T. Q|IQ)— Q\€l— 
Kaidari Bill-hook. 

Q®Q~ GQ. Q. — QtoN qfl%OT — 

Kardala A kind of wild tree; Dolechandrone 

Falcata (Haines) 


9© €Q4ttQ^i — CQ. ^ : 
Karda leufaiba 

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^?1 ^ I Slfl— 2. Sharp. 

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v ! ^3 Cl^lf^i — 4. Of offensive smelL 
* I Q^JIQQa^— <• 5. Bitter in taste. 
(Ml — 991 q_9f3J) 
Q€l — 6. Pungent. 

7. Hard; strong; tough. 
r 1 ££)^Q — 8. Dry, 
<i 1 9<fa— 9- Rude; rough. • 

10. Strictly observing the rules; 

disciplinarian; strict*. 
«A I 9_aq9j «Wh — 11. Unbearable. 
^.> I GOa©l — 12. Tenacious. 

GQ. £. (e. "9a5©t si. w^fl)— 
^1 ^ i ^9 otiIj «gi9Q <©o%2Ji o a— 

2BTO J. One fourth of a G-anda; the number one.. 
J I Qacfaj <«?e^Q 9€5$ — 
2. One piece of shell-money or cowrie. 

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* I (sr. 9t9) 9l9i9G3 < a— 3. A kind of drum. 

^51 v | ( e. 9t9 ) WIGQ Q^lSQI ill^Q 9Q^. 9IS^ 
^^T 991 — 4. An armlet of metal. 

* I G«li9GQ 991391 %ai 219«»IQ— 
5. Silver anklet. 


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6. Bing attached to a thing ( e. g. Sauce- 
pan) for handling it. 
9 I a^af aiQQ S9I9IQ 91 9Q>I— 7 - A bundle 
or aggregate of 50 betel leaves. 
r \ S8<&I9I9I9 ©g%g qqq— 
8. A town near Allahabad. 
Wi ti I (e. 9§9) 99 ^991; q9a— 9 - A rin S- 

wl, wt^ ^° I ( e. 9SI9 ; Hi. 9919 V QS19; 9§i> 

«E^TgT 9GQQ — 10. Cauldron; a big Sauce-pan. 

SJIG9. ( G5IW1Q ) 9—q^SP a§3 fl 5«; 
£89211 < Q§I -Castrated male buffalo. 

9<p>!Q- fllG9. 9 ( e. 9*19;- Si. QQI9; $9- 8* $?'§; 
Karcfei " 9. 9QIQ ) - ^ t ( WHS ) 9 -9GQQ— 

1. Frying pan. 

-> I ( GS9S13-Q )— flCf§Q %n — 
2- Young buffalo. 
90IQ9I— 9IG9. ( *W,G»a ) S- QlfGQ fllft G9if£lQ 
Kardaiba 9^91 —To load articles in a cart. 

9@I90^- G9. 9 (ST. 9GOR)- k I 9GOiQ©l— 

Kardakard : 17 Strictness^ harshness. 

^5t^ N ^5 J> | 21Q 9GOIQ ©^ — . ■» 
^ ' ■gfrfr^ 2. Strict rule or regulation. 

69. 931 - <* 1 aqg — 1* Very hard^ violent. 
^ I 3© 9GOR— 2. Very strict or 1 vigilant; 

overstrict. 
GQ. § . Q3— 9GOIQ 9! GlQQQGQ -Harshly. 
9019611 — G9. 9 (e. 9M-93I)— 9GOIQ 9I9h-— 
Kardakatha Bude or harsh words. 

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Kardakara 1. Of the value of one ebwri&. 

* I ®Q SWIQi- 3. Very slight. 
( Ml — 01 699GQ 9919$ 99 Gig" I ) 


J 1 3Q B«4 S<£!Q— 2. Of very small value; 
of hardly any value. 


4. Insignificant; contemptible. 

90I9Q 9Q699I— 69. §— 69fa§ 9i§^L3ldl W qflflGQ 
Kardakara karideba «W^ %£ 6 rife 9^Q9I— ? - 
To lower a person before the eyes of 
others; to put a person to shame. 

90193 9IA-G9- $»—*.-! ^© SWIGi 9I& — 
Kardakara kama 1. Very slight work. 

^r^W» Tfil 2. Slightest use, . 

9&I9Q 99&M - G9. (^©Ql? — 99I9S} 961G99I (69€l) 
Kardakara banaiba Kardakara karideba ( See ) 

901931 - G9. 9 6 9^1 -S?^ ( G93 ) , 

Kardakia Kardikia ( See ) 

9910919899— G9. 9— GS^S$9aGQWilO]^ «p|- 

Kardaganda panikia 9Q 901, agi, G9if), aei, 

<^ | fa l a99K9 9IMQ §^l^ ^ ^liq 

IfSI 9^3M — A series of mathematical tables 

in which the student learns by heart the 

various calculations of cowrie or shell-money. 

99:aej ^SsQtfi— G9. §— <. i G9f^i5 ^iqq §gi9 

Kardaganda bujhideba qgioi^_ 99109^ 9Q OQ 

4*fei<*lfo ^fPfe^l 99 ^6991^1- To render 

^fg ^f^ ^fTTsA accounts of a monetary tran- 

" Action even to the last cowrie; to render 

a thorough account. 
J 1 99g §Hi9 G^Q 9^91 — %* To square out or 
finally settle an account. 
* I gag S£lQ r §£IQ G99I — 
3. To sever all connections. 

9©IS©*G9. 9. ( 3. Q^GWfc)— ^ I 019 Q©— 

Kardagandha . 1. Strong smelL 

7^n ^ I 2iQ 9^*9 — 2. Very offensive odour. 

991 qgi^-69. 9 -G9*f ^i^S ^ a®- si9— 
Karda gurdakhu Smoking tobacco-miscture of 
( 9oi 991^^93^ ) strong favour. 


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991 q§ — G9. 9— gs$ 9I1GQ gjfMQ aaawi g$S 2110- 

Karda gundi Tobacco mixture for betel in which 
($1*11 ^3 — §Q^E1$) there is a large admixture of 

tobacco. 

99l€t— €9. $— QSi 6 qp^iq §Q<n ago 9QQ1— 
Kardana Construction of an arch with brick and 

lime. 

991 ©qa— G9. S— 9GOIQ ©qa— Hard rule. 
Karcia niyama 

991 fldlQ— GQ. §— IfafliW 98 SUG99SJLGG?99i G9IQ 

karjla prasada Qg919$r 9&GQ 9<3il99l G9199GSJG1 

3^FTOfti[ n§ 3*119 — Offering of sweetmeat 

offered to the Scripture and distributed 

amongst devotees (amongst the Sikhs) 

99199— GQGQ. = §. ( 09*1. 9^519)— Sift GOfQl- 

Kardabin <j^| cflifci 9®^ — A kind of wide 

4^1 R^ mouthed small gun. 

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991 991— G9. 9— SIS, qa QW 2flQ%3?i 91 G9RGQ 
Karda bhaja qjp| 6 %l«l G99I 3&$ §!©9I — 
4^Mfo" l Frying of fish and vegetables they 

become hard. 

991 PQI9— G9. 9. ( £• 9^-f *A. 89KI)— ««K9 Qj$r 
Karda mijaj S9QI 39; %S 3^)§f— ^iery temper. 

991 £913— €9. Q— 9©! 9©!^ (GQ«t ) 
Karjla mijas Kartla mijaj (See) 

991 flSil^— €9. §- 991 99IS? (69«) 
Karda minjas Kar£a mijaj See) 

9919— tf. 9. ( 99 ai£+9ft 8B9 )— 
Karclara • @Gr9fc§ — 

Eeddish brown; tawny brown. 
^m G"§G9. 9. (9Gr9l)— qg9 5 9W9 flqtlQ ®%G% 
q6*l «W su^GQ gg,© 09g9R q*dl ; QgQ — 

A -compound of lac, resin etc. to repair 
metallic utensils; a kind of putty. 
ST. $31 — 8fif99599^|— Tawny; reddish brown; 

yellowish; auburn. 


991 9193— GQ. 9- ( %• Q\+®. 9\Q$ )— 

Karda hiikima GSJQ 9I9A 9GOIQ ^QGQ 9^fl 3199 
^klt>M 9W!^ ©Q 99^ 6 6>^9 fi^T99l^! 

A very strict authority or superior; a 
striot disciplinarian. 
9§>— €9. 9. ( 3. 91$) — 

Kargi V I 99 9IO- G9IOI 9®GQ Q£fl99l 9H 9iO, 
^ «I9I ^3GQ a© 9G9— 1. Abeam; joist. 

^ft ^ l Qg fiq ago <sii9i9€a« — 

2. A liquid curry prepared from curd or 
butter milk by cooking. 

* I ( ff. 99 ) — qgQ9Q — 
3. Bud of a flower. 

v I ( «. 991 )— 9<S GQ9Q 9I9G9 991991 
G<?9; 9l99p—4 : Hand-cuffs put on a 

* prjsoner. 

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5, A small metal ring. 
9f8fl— GQ. 9- ( «t- 90 )— 

Kar^ia ^Q ( 5HQ i ^Q^IQQ «|§»g 9© — 

Internal piles. 
9§>Z0Q — G9. ^>— 9f)2D9 V ( G93 ) 

K arjiara Kar^iala 1 ( See ) 

9©80€5 — €9. 9. (9$N €19) — 90^ ( GQ'S ) 
Karjiiari * "Kaliari ( See ) 

9§>Z09— G9. 9. ( ST. «IOl9) — 

Kar^iala V I G<3|9!GJ 9ICI 91 R9|fl — 

*fisM, ^firtPl 1. Reins. 

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€19191 — 2. Horse's bit- 
G9. W (^ 99Q )— aqij CIQ<|. 9Q92A— Rich. 
9©20Q— €9. 9. ( 3. 9S9 ) — 

Kar^iali ^ i 9glQ€)^i9GCl% 9^99% 9^Q ; 

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Kaigikaidi GGQ©Sl q IW SQ — 

A sound uttered while calling a domesti- 
cated ichneumon. 
^$©20— 69. M.'fa- «IIQ)— 1 IfilgQ 3G©i©Q S£ 
Kardikia <Q QQI 3i§)— 1. Of which the price 
^jslfa^i is one cowrie each. 

^tfe^T S I «Q W W$R— 2 - 0f verv little value; 

valueless. 
*» I Q§j S3© — 3. Insignificant. 

* I G9$ ©l&GQ G9IG* flif% ©Ql< gSI9GQ 

0©Ji 92KJH3 — 

. • 4. (work) In which the labourer is given as 

wages one cowrie for each basket of earth 

or article carried from one place to another. 

bin. (qa * wwa) © — «$©i <sr») <G9so 

Mataka (fruit) (See) 

©$©8) g«0* — GQ.9 — aiMl© qrf — (G9W §4 AGS' <J9IQ 

Kaidikia muan flGWQ W% O© ©Ql ©Q9^Q) — 

Small balls of fried paddy sweetened with 

molasses. 

©© <a&a— e©. Q. ( s. ©^+fla«i )— setf©© a§ $o- 

Kar^i madhyanaa $GaS~2fanie of a harsh 

musical tone. 
©@2B — €9. W.— ^3. ©t©l.— 
. Kardua ^ | ^Q$q qci^ sjq q^ Qqq_^ — 
^5t 1 ■ Very bitter or pungent; rancid; 

<$HT; 3v^9JT disagreeable to taste. 

> I ©<3I; «i© GSfeiqg — 2. Very angry. 
m I ^j839 —3- Unbearable. 

^@^«.-giG9. (WWLQ) 9 -<- I ©&JI9— 

Kardual 1. Helmsman. 

-> I GQ%SDO (€©«) -- 2. Keruala (See) 

* 1 «9©lf (->) {£93) 
3. Ardakaia (2) (See) 

«G® — 91G^. (d»W) 3- 93— ©99WQ (WI«S 91 ©l*f) 
Karde QQ Sl|§>— With the right or left side 

touching the ground. 


ock qsjgq sqoq cviQ Sfl «©$ cpa aeiQ swsq ggSG9 

C0fi)9 aai — >> i r i }*. i 
©6©Q- G9.9.(S. ©IS9>-©G©Qj 9Qiqa^|^[-60fiK)8-- 
Kaidei Frying pan. 

^5t^ G9. § . 93— ©99!GIGQj ©©©lib— 
S^lft Sideways; sidewise. 

SIC9. (3 9^3) $-«W © ^91 SQ§— 
A she-buffalo which has not yet calved. 
©G9Q ©€©Q ^©©1— W- «\— o^cpifi Qft9l 5 09- 

Kar^ei kai^ei chahiSba 9t€IGQ Cl^PI 

^1^ »M* To cast side-glances; to ogle. 

og©Q©i-go. *.— ^ i (ao^Q) — ^oais^ oj^ij 

Kar^eiba aiGSQQI - 1. To move to one side. 

2. To make one move to one side. 

%QQ GflliWI — CQ. § — GCHM Q^fll? GaiQQI^L GQQ© 

Karde soiba gq^ qqq ^q© q<^ ©^ G9IQ 

GaiQQI — To sleep undisturbed for some 

length of time. 

9Q— GQ. "9 - M ©9 < \ )' ( GQS ) 

Karate 1. Kar^i ( 1 ) ( See ) 

«^ a°Q, ^8*% awigawi 9i9ft aw— 

2. The. tender tops of date-palm and 

cbcoanut trees from which branches 

shoot forth. 
«* I90I (-><!©•).( CM ) 

3. Kar^a ( 2 & 3 ) ( See ) . 
£9. 93 — $ftj- «g9ia — Indistinct. 

0®Q - 3IG9. ( 9gQ ) 9- ( §?. g. 9191^ 99C| )— 
Ka ijht ai 9GQQ — Frying pan, 

©9I-G9- 9. (^. 9%i9; <9»Q 0$Q 9^19 QQ ^9!^)— 
Kart^a ^ j 9I9h9GQ < 3^ * 
1. A kind of drum. 

2. Young shoots or sprouts of plants. - 

• I etSQ €l§ 91 9IQQ_919R9I g?f— * 
3. New shoots coming out from the trunk 

or branch of a tree/ 


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flosQ 'atf gsi&s?; '%a" s* flofi^ W eai»s9; '*£ .» 3©€Q'*$®* : te3&V'aa«r* * aiasQ -Via* gqSc9 : 'aws 1 ©' 9 qiqsq 'aspg 1 gq#€^ i 


v I (3.9S<3) 9i§91 91 9I9IQ 9§9I 9#C|— 

4. Act of bringing out. 
*-| 9IQ€I 91 Q9W69 Q%9I -49 99R 3^!$^ 
6919 ( Qg 3§>$L 6€ll%- «IIM696» 6969 
39SH9 tyg, apGQ $91 ^®^L a §> ** 
<21iQa9l<] 6©69 G^l%eat ej<3Q 3QGN— 
4. A kind of poisonous caterpillar found in 
bamboo and castor-seed leaves. 
69.9d («.^1l)-9r?IQ 9qWIQ?pi-Brougiit out, 

91. 9#. 41. ( «HO )~W f ( G93 ) 

Kahlfr ( See ) 

QQIQ SeS^I — G9. 9 — 9lt GQGIIQ QQtQQf^ 1 

Kafjhai Sniba To lead the way; to guide. 

Q©IQ€99l— 69. §— 91**91 Wl; 9i§ G9«1IQ 99IQ9I— 
Tlaldhaineba * To lead on. 

S&G9 q§ 99IQ CffQ Q9IQGO— " 

Qdl&frl — 69. $\ (ST. 9<&l- gi. 99©£1) ( f 9l§9l> ^ fijQ 

Kar^haiba "Sto^EI ) — 

'" . 1 I qqWflCQ G9CHQ9I--1. To show; 

to exhibit. 

«Pl<b|«t 9©iQQ C9*9Q BflVQ 9iq— 

.-^^T W°9, fl9l«QQ. <?» I 

j> 1 aGwqjq QI91Q 9qQ9i — 

2. To cause to be brought^out. 

gq*(? 916© 0191 s ©ia a$ J Q£ft— 

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9m§$l9IS 693IQ9I— 

3. To guide; to lead the way. . 

g$_ QQ^§ SClQSQ. S© etGCl CO 9QIQCC4 i- 

* I ( 98% ^ ) ^ 9qQ9l — 

4. To remote ( sorrow, pain etc ). 
oca adraro s^iQ »aip 

q$ ^oiq^ o.^w &Q 9«*ai 1 19199- fi9i«Q0- w 
s©©,©© — G9. 9*— QM 5^IQ 9g%Q®^ QIQ91 91 
Karthakarghi 919IQ 0Q9I9^ — 
^Bt^tf^ Act of bringing out things. 

69, 93— aw a9rQ9i> a^ia^; q^s^ G9$^ 

PI%§J9I — Mutually bringing out or 


extracting things from each other's 
body; reciprocal snatching. 

G99$ 9l§919 S9I9© €^Q I ^$99. fl^lQQO. q^l 

Q©1^— G9. 9- "(ST. OT£1j 31. QQ^d) — ^.1 Ql©9l 9^3 
gar^hana 9I9IQ 96191—1. Bringing out. 

> I ga?? #Q 9^1 - 2. Ploughing of a plot 

of land for the first time. 

* I 99FS1 (G93) 

3. Kaidana (See) 

9?tti 9§i— G9. 9.— <9 59IQ q^fiicr^gi— 

Kar4hana munda A slender bladed plough for 

ploughing a maiden field. 

[ 2— <1?IGQ 99«i $9 S^ 69 ^ 9q SIK 1 ] 
9©|Stgfi - 69. 9.- 69 91% TOtR 0<I — A guide; con- 
Kar^ania ductor. 

9©— G9. 9-—^ I (ff. 9Q; Q09I) — 
Kardhi 9$ ; g^ffl — 1. Bud. 

> I 9f> (i) (G9«i) 
2. Kardi(2) (See) 

* I GS% Gfl<l; 8«B S?^ 9Q Q^9I 9I£) G^— 

* " 3. A young ewe which has not yet given 
' birth to young ones. 

9§sa— glG9. (eiatst) 9. - qj? (69^) 

Karjhia , Guda (See) 

«©"S0»— 69. 9.—^.^^) ^ I 9G9Qi 99?0«) — 
Kar^hiala 1, Horse's bit,. 

J> I RQia — 2. Rein s . 




S8^ 9 fi9IQ£0< «i§ 


9©€1|— G9. 9.~aiSiGQ 9§9I <19 S91Q 6.91% — 
Kaijhina A species of cork growing in water* 

9€^ 6613— 69. 9. — ^QMGS* qjg ^9 qj?| 99 «Si 
Kat^i lotha G9IQ q9l GOI21; 93^1 GQS— 

A circular ring" for the nose with tiny 
golden buds set on its circumference. 

9©J3i%- £169. (SM,«qfi) 9.— Q®nG^ (G9«) 

Kar^ual Kargual (See) 


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Karflhuala 1. Guide; conductor. 

2. Aidakati (See) 

9«jJI— flIGQ. faWSS) 9 — 9% ©^ — 
Kanha A hole. 

giN. (a*W9.Q) M. 3.°.— 9<ai- <I9 €Kpff% — 

One eyed (person). 

93 (aiSL)— «.— ^ I %Q$® 9Q9I— 

Kana (root) 1. To simplify. 

^ I qgO 95191 — 2. To shut up. 
" " * 1 CKK? QQQl— 3. Togo. 

v I €19 9€fc9l — 4. To make a sound. 

9a— s. 9. (m ai^SGaa ©5191 +99 a'.)- ^ i 9§Q 

Kana %IQmS «°€l; <Wj 9Gfc—l- a particle. 

<* I GG&L* ^& — 2. A grain of dust; pollen, 

3. Small- particjes of grain. 

v I (acf) S-jRCf— 4. Spark ^(of fire). 

* I 'fiO) 9^ GSiai— &■ ^op ( of water). 

£ 1 .SKSSMBSM.* 9«Sl«flq— ^^d cumin— 

seed; purple fieabane. 
9 I CjfjlQ <3i?l— 7. A kind of fly. 
~ ! QQl°€l — 8. Fraction. 

evao* goto 1 

* I a^^-9- Atom. • 

*.° I 8aal— 10 - Long pepper. (ALW.) 
«A I fllfifo QgQ G€ilf<3 Qlfll— 11. The facet or 
spark of a gem. (M. W.) 

91. 9.— ^ I (e- G9WI)— <3QQ G9l<3— 

1. Corner of a house. 

J> ! G9HS- 2 - Corner. 
« I a$»9$ — 3 * Harem. 

€Q. swig 6 as^—W. ««)— 9; 0$j 9«<3 — 

What. 


9$98-^-€Q. Q.—G99QI (GC1iafet2l ©Q) —Pain; aching. 
Kanakani 

^pfw gq. w. — vi aQdlosa — (- GSHdfaia ©5? ) 

1. Chilly; bitingly eold, 
wtttertft j 1 G9i^2® (eaiateia w) — 

*MJM*^*Hl 2. Situate in a corner; belonging to a 

corner. 

9«19&£fl— G9. W.— ««3 (Wfll) 

Kanakania •Kanakaipi (See) 

9«>Qi^— gq. 9. (sr. cei^+eig)— 9$9flq «3Q 91 

Kanakauda q^QQ G€lS?Q ^g^ 9^19I€1GQ 9Q9Q 

wHlfi e^QQ €a*a GQiei qqh^ ci^?}9t Gagi^ 

The corner-plate in a four-faced 

thatched house. 

Q€1QQ— ^. 9. — ( 9^!=gg+^Q ) 
Kanajira . . ^ 

aOlfiB^i — White cumin seed. 

MNKj - GQ. 9 — 93$flQ (GQ<3) (9GQ^g. g9Mq.6l)— 
Kanajira Kanajira (See) 

9«9«M — G9 9. (^.%9«)— Wl G9I«!G-Q S®9! 0I2B G^Q— 
Kananakha A sore in, the^ corner of a finger; 

whitlow; bunion. 

QSd — qr. 9. (Q«— q?i q§+ai ai^=aio 9Q9I + 
Kanapa * • Q$. a ) — 

9$ 9; GG>1 — A gun; a firearm. 

«wai— gi. "w. '« ^ ca fl^?i q^ gqi^igq a& aw) — 

Kanapasa <3©Sj»l~Shy; loving to. stay in the,. 

house. 

9€l9l3«»^GQ. W — V I <9 QQg G9ltfGQ a9g©— 
Kanabagia 1- Situate in a distant corner. 

> \ <Q €91^1 aQi^aQ p%Sl9i — 
2. Moving towards a corner; 

* 1 q§3£piqL ^GMF © 99 « '"aiftQi ^s> 

S^9l GQ9 "^aSStl— 8. Eccentric. 
v I 9i flKfeQ a9g© — 4. Diagonal. 

93QI69 — G9. $ . %&—*>. I G9I^1 QQ^ G9I81 af9%— 
Kanabage I. Towards a" corner. 

C^HfcSrft J I <J9 G9l^l%aOH €91^ 9|^lsfGQ — 
*I«IF*W^ 2* Cornerwise; diagonally. . 


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9SIG>I$20— G9. Q41 — Q419IOT ( GQ3 ) 

Kanabar<Lia KanabSgia ( See ) 

94I9IC9— €Q. § ■ 941— Q419IGC1 ( GQ« ) 

Kanabage ( See ) 

Q41Q!Q2fl ( GQ«I ) 

Kanabagia ( See ) 


Kanabarde 

QfloiQa— a. 941 

Kanabaria 


( Q41 = 2JQ$411 + q. ^1^=^19 QIQ9I 


9flft— S. 9. 
Kanabha 

* 1 gshq^cj sa^sas — 

1. A pbospborescent insect. 

J I ?I41GSI€1$ — 2. A mustard-like grain. 

Q®$n — GQ.9.& (fill©)— GQQ Qs§ S§G9G» OW41CQ 

Kanabhua aS QG9, G9§ QlfJ^L WIGQ Glfi"; 

V4IQ3I 6<3N? — A person always confined to 

-- bis house. 

9«^9— S. 9. ( «l=a^l°3+^ai^=fllQQ|+W$. 

Kanabhuk © a ) — 

V I G9G«l9$ ^SlttQ QQ^Ql "Q4IIQ OITO CJ§ — 

1. Sage J£aiiada; the founder of the 

Bajseshika system of philosophy. 

• > I S#% 3913! ( 9- 9QWIQ ) — 

2. Goldsmith. 

9fflqg — €9. 9 — 9<ai ^$_GQ Q3| G9IQ^9i Qld 9^%^$ 
Ka^amachha 2fl§GS* G»l§}$ 3!a£fe SI9GQ GflQ* G&$ 
3I&9IGQ SQS) — Fry which die in the shallow 
fields after the rainy season is oyer as a 
result of the fierce rays of the sun when 
the waters in the fields dry up. 

9$ai£ — G^.9 — a|i€W q$i ^acq eqaiQfpi stf q «o^- 

Kanamachhi An earthen roof over the oven of 
bell-metal workers. 

[ 9 — <9iGsiiC ai»% ©dfo«ni q§> qqq cj^ 
a§ aiG$ Qig* i ] * 
Q$q9 — e. 941. ( «^5l8i W=««hQ«i+QQ ai§ = 
Kanalabha aiQ9l+Q(|. a ) — 

G<3lQ41|j ©©—Mill; grinding stone. 

«MI — GQ. 9. ( ©41+SlQlGa. 3« )~r 

KanaSah «q «K) P€l— By drops; drop by drop; 
particle by particle; in minute 

quantities. 


0411 — e. 9- ( «l + flj. ® ) — Q41 ( GQ$ ) 
Kana Kana ( See ) 

(914(1—^1) 6Q. 9—^ I (g.e«l#)— QSiS§; W— 
Cffl 1. Hole, 

a^ ^ I $L° ( e. 0141 )— <3QG9JP Qsg— 
^W 2. One-eyed man. 

SfTsiT <j»a^a ««i oiq 919 $eistfi 1 oq 1 

*ft1 GQ. 941—^ I Q® q§ ( ai§) )— 

^Hf 1. (pot) Having a hole. 

( Ml— 9411 91& 94it siiSa ) 

j l Gdlf<3 os^fl a9li oooqg© ( qq* )— 
2. One-eyed ( men ). 

MI9I«1 -giW. ( ^Q9S ) 9 — 9^« OGQIQ^ W9I9- 
KanakaBi ?^Q— A pair of Euddy Geese. 

OflieiiaQ— giw. (gawiiq) 9— ^^iciisiq^ ciiciq^is— 

Kanaghagara A species of fish. 

O^ieilGQ— SIS9. (GS9Sig$) 9— Q4INIQQ ( G9«! ) • 
Kanaghaghara Kanaghagara (See) 

©€II*1q— e.9.(Q4!+«i% ai%«aflOQW>i+Q<S. ep)— 
Kanatlna <si§q gfl| ; qtoqiq OGOQ— 

The black Drongo (bird). 
9€1i$lQ— e. 9- ( Q4l+«% at%+Q<g. QQ )— 
Kanatira Q41I%1q ( GQS ) 

Kanatina ( See ) 
QSIIQ— tf; 9. (941 = 9^+99 a|§==«f|QQ|+e$. Si)— 
Kanada ^. | G9Ga€$ 9^fo SG4I9I q€9G€f<3 — 

1. A sage; founder of the Bajseshika 
system of Hindu philosophy, 

* I Q\®<W €J8 — 2 - Sage Kasyapa. 

* I %i$\% 9®BI — 3 - Goldsmith. 

[ g— l|QIQ 01 tOft 94}^fl lOI sqq q^^>|Q 

9Q9I €>€&§% GQQQIQ OIQ ftlfl Q41IQ I ] 
v I ©$QQ8l — 4. Sparrow. 

[ §— <qiGff a«h©4i «iia§ g^iq <j«hq(}q <aq 
sr. 941. g.°— i%q% «si9W; ©g©q enyi^— 

Abstemious; subsisting on a little 

food. 

OSl€>$$— SIGQ. ( %%fim ) 9— 1 I flflQ a$GQ Qg9l 

KanSbauda «q qqiq flifi— 1. A kind of fish living 

in sweet water. 


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> l'oOT» OSl — 2. Ruddy Goose. . 

MIISQKfc— fllG9. ( WMS ) 9 - Q<Si<?QQ ( 6MI ). 
Kanabod Kanabauda ( See ) 

-Ml €Q!U — giTO. ( W»8S ) Q— ©3IQQQ ( GQ«i ) 
Kanabodh Kanabauda ( See ) 

-M1IMI— Si. 9. ( ST* GWi$f )— GWltf ( G9« ) 
Kanarakha Konarka ( See ) 

■Miiaia— giTO. (•«$*» ) s— G^i^ga gia— 

Kanasapa A kind of small serpent; Ampins- 

b&na. 
Q®— TO. $. ( tf. Q^ q3q ) — * I OTilPQ SQ/S — 
Kani 1. Particles of grain. 

^^ [ 9 — €W° 9^ 9W a wo - fliQi QKf <j$9i 

91 QCI9GI G9GQ WTOI9 Q£ ^S? 3IQ 9^ tfh 

; ^iq'qs 3i« i gicjas Wl^g $8 %9I3I<J I ] 

* I WjfaQ qQ, gatfift — 2. A shoot or twig 

of bamboo. 

* I ©StfNQ W9€fira— 

3. A kind of fish in the Chilka lake. 

$&»Q— Si. 9. (3. QfblQ)— ©ItMQ (TO«)— 

Kaniara Karnjiikara (See) 

99*0— TO- Ml. — * I ($• $3©l) G3Q* ©IQ 9* €»iTO 
Kama ^© Q$ aw — 1. Full of particles (said 

of split grain)' 

j i (e. towO.-w TOi<na^%«QSQ — 

2. Situated towards a corner. 

giTO. ( 3 9^fl ) 9— §?*» SIS— A kind of 

small fish with pointed spikes on the 

- neck and gills. 

£>9aQ<?l— TO. 8.— SGtfQ<?i (TO«) 

Kaniaiba Kaneiba (See) 

«8tf— giro. (6awqa) ^.— often «ua— 

Kanian A species of fish. 

«8aQ— 91. 9. — egblQ l€Ml) 

Kaniara Karnnikara (See) 

3800— 9. 9 — Q3&IQ (TOfl) 

Kaniari Karnnikara (See) 

«8o— 3. Q. (Qei+QQiai© »d*CQ Off)— * I Mil — 
Kanika 1. Particle. 


Q« 


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- --* ' a ® ^F 9 — 2 * Atom. ■> , . 

* I flQQIs TOia»i: SSIHQQI— 

------ - - - 3. Flour; corn-flour. 

-»■ j ag — 4. Enemy. 
- - * I Siq©0 9«j «QQ— 5. Waving of a lamp 

before a Deity or a respectable person 
as a rite of worship. 

08©|-S. 9. ( Ml+fl€2f..9+4l. a )-^V I <* Mil 
Kanika q|§) — 1. One grain only. 
V I QTO 919—2. An_atom. 
" ' * I SQ 2f°a — 3. Small particle. 

-* I &0 $1 aooa«i8— 

4. A medicinal tree. 

' TO. 9.— QIQSQ gatdlj «§? — 

Small bamboo-shoot. 

98,1 Q9GQ Q» saKi-^-Bamboo twigs 
.-...- spread over thatches and trellises. 

o8$a— w. mi -(e. tow) - <i« towto «w§o— 

Kanikia Situate on one corner* 

oiie - e: 9. — (s«a ai^=ao ©QQi+qp, ©)— cqoQj 

Kanita a^QIQ — Lamentation* 

0S«ll— TO- 9. — MW3I (GQ-3) 

Kaninakha Kananakha (See). 

oSfl— *. 9. (Mi=afift+a)— a^Q agqi; aioQ dtai— . 

Kanisa *_ • The ear of corn- 

Mll-e. 9. ft— (mi ai%*-eGsa «ii?i+a+%l. «>- 

Kani v | 9§Q a© 90, «°a — 

*^ 1. Atom; small particle. 

^ ! QftlQ .sfifcl— 2*. A kind of fly. 

to. ^.— «a (««) 

Kani (See). 
) Qfil€>— S. 9. (Mi ai^=qQ O QC19I + ^«G^ 4J9)"— 
Kantchi ^ t U^ ©IQO— 1. A bright-red pea-like 
seed contained in a pod from a creeper. 
j I as? — 3. Sound 

Ml1©OI— S. - 9.— MTOI (v) (G9«) — 
Kaninika Kaninika (1) (See) 

Mrtqio— s. W- q! (M««^+^o <% ^)— 

Kaniyan V I «© Sg — 1. Very small. 
(Mllq*— %1)" > I ^Q Gfl$— 2. Atomic. 
» I 9^—3. Younger. 


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9fl8l— 69. M. (3*. G9l«a)~ ^ i ^19 G9W69 «9S« — 

KanuS . 1 . Situate 4>r living i» one corner. 

J I S|a!Q€SK3r ©SQ 2iGC1|©€£Q Q§3J9I — 

2* Keeping away from ordinary gaze. 

96|flNq& — G9. 9. < $. G9i«a + 98)^3§>2fl 91 «QI9K» 

Kanuahhanua ©3— • Fallow; land; waste land. 

(aai— aoci^flGQQqy a»c9 39-19 eqit ©3q 

wi, as 1 © gQ© v* Qg r« 901Q qj$ saiQ ao§<g, 
v§> 93 vr 99IQ 9|f^ 393 2fl9ig" gqpQqq— 
fll99ia(8 i ) " 

9GS— 69. «.— V I (Ga%Q) <9 G9I<S «— 

Kane 1. One corner only. 

J I <OO^efi o a — 2. One fourth only. 
0$Ha-_Q6«lfi— €9. a. {9. WW)— «. ! 2»9Qiqf€Q — 
Kanei kanei 1. Obliquely. 

J I 94fll96Q— 2. Diagonally. 

9G*Q»i— «♦ 3- (sr. G9W)— v t G9f69i«9 q$Q\ ; 

Kaneib*: 9&Q<$% 9Q9I-^1. To cast a sidelong 

glance. 

> I ^39 G9(SI<J, ^9^91- -§, To move to 

a side. 
* I 9&I9G9 €1© 9^91— 
3. To move diagonally. 
v | aG6IQ9l — 4. To incline; to lean to one 

~ side. 

96flQ— *• 9 1° l[9d a!§ = <3SQ QQ9i+9<fL<lQj— 

Kanera 9§fQIQ (€9$) — 

Karnnikara (See) 

9GSQ— %* 9. ^1. ( 9fl v\q=q#q 9§9l+9<fj>. <Q + 
Kanera $.&) — 1 I G9£H — 1. Prostitute. 

> I 9Q<il; 9§Q! — 2. A female elephant. 
QG&§r"3v$. $1. (9«3 ai§=QflQ QQlQ! 9$.+<3) — 

Kaneru Q£$iq (cqg) 

Kanera (See). 
9^— gi€Q. (a^wsLQj ^.— ^«a W9«>- ■ 

Kant Kanta (See). 

9*,GO 9^ v — glG9. («P199S) S^te 9 . M.— 
Kantke kant ^ | qia qpip^ oqj qqfQ — 

I; Exact to the measure. 

-> I 89 s O|9j €93 G£9 91.99 ^9—2. Exactiy 

fitting; neither more nor less. 


9fl v 9IS v 9SJ9I— giGQ. (?l^q.Q) S— \ I fllfl Gfi]|«l Q© 
Kantfeachh kariha §^|^ 9^91 — 1. To strike up 

an account after calculation. 
>-iq^ ©£} §519 Q€l9t—2. To calculate- 
after much deliberation. 

* I ^jga^|Q ^>Q| — 3. To deliberate. 

9ft (iJl^)— e*— «flG 9Q.9I— 

Kanta (root) To go. 

9^i — G9. 9. — < I 9%89 gq^j — 

Kanta 1. Fixed time; appointed time, 

ftw^ 2. Thne-limit. 

afi^" <5LQ 5)19 9Q «g* 9 4 1 sj^f 9- fl^l^QQ. V9 I 

* I ©qSo.aeiflW— 3. Fixed quantity, 
r I fllQj a^fll^l — 4. Measure. 

SICQ. (€19S?I©) $.■— 3.0 Q^9*Q 9^1)— 

An.ea^tljen pot. for holding molasses. 

9«9— ?. 9. (9fli *!$==€]» 9ft9l+.94.a9; 3191 
Kanaka sjg H 9 g ^^q^^^^ , ^g Q M| _ 

1. Thorn.; pricJde. 

2. The point of anything, 

* I S^ ^^ — ^- Source of vexation; petty 

perturbing enemy. 

4. Horripilation. 

* ! GMQSGQ Q$Q\Q 9! G9QglQ— 

5. The central or presiding planet in a 
man's horoscope. 

9 I G9IS— 6. Fault; drawback. 

9 I G9^j 9IS>£— 7. Bamboo- 

r l QWI^a— 8. Thorny bamboo. 

ti'l SIS 9«gi!— 9. Fish-bone. 
Vo I ap - — 10, Enemy. 
^ I 9^; 9mI<3I9— 11. Impediment. 
^^ I ff<(|SJ €llt|GQ G9IG^I§— 

12. Statement of error in Logic.- 
9. 9^1—^ i SQQQj 30^,90—1. Injurious. 

> I 9^QQ; 9iyi»©9— 

2. Causing obstruction; impeding. 

* I 9§§£Wi 9%9!£[9— 

3. Troublesome. 


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■'■•-■•* IGQTO.Q— 5, Painful. ', -? 

o^cir^ 9.--\&. s.-CQ) 9*9 +2A 949qg S5) — 

Kantakadruma S5QQ9I QS; SliSQl ©%— 

The silk-cotton tree; Bombas 
^ % Malabarica. 

®*oaifi"l- e. ©.- $1— 964Q g« { €9<a.) 

Kantakapali Kantei koli ( Sse ) 

949?»--3.9.(9$3lt 5 w +tf%efQQGq,a! 94iqg>- 

. Kantakaphala ^ I em— 1- Jack-fruit/ .- 

-* I iigQ. ag_q— 2. Thorn-apple. . 

" * * I GCllS^i GCII'Siq— 3. The fruit of Tribulus 
*". Terrestris. 

v I €19 ETQ- <lQf[ £TO — 4.Jhe^ custard-seed 

fruit. 

949QSI— G9. §. — 9S99Q (€<M) 
Kantaka^ala Katakabata" (See) 

d4OT>KB— G9. $— 9SSQQ (G9«l) 

Kantakabala Katakabala (See) 

949$^—*. 9. (Q339 ^!% 949 + q£>. ^+9% 

Kantakabhuk <jqiGG> 941 QS «l€ig9KJ} — &$ — 

Camel. 

9$ 9Q9j— gq. -3.— ^ i GQfaa 9I& ata" aaq^ assj 

Kanta kariba ©qfltf 91 £>4lQ^ 9Q9I — 1- To fix 

a time beforehand; to appoint a time. 

oS«il 9 GQfi cct «* 9^,aiQ. i alor^Q. fifths t ' " 

sggp ( .^pOafll^ a&q99) 9Q a q 9q<?i— 

2. (a guardian of the husband) To fix 

a date for bringing the "wife home jn 

consultation with the guardian of the 

wife 
94939— «. 9. (a.fl.GQ 5 949 +aQ)—-94Wa *»Q?Jqg 
Kantakasara 9161— Thorny arrow. ." 

Kantakadhya 3§9 Gi%9$i9 g^— 

Silk^-eotton tree. 

949IQ91— * ?. (o«w+wei 9+*l._»)— sorqsfc 

Kantakarika GQ©9IQC1<S1 — Solanom 

tf. flasiq— 0«QI9.0I, Xanthocarpum (plant). 

949iq, 9?s4 qgj, : [ 3 — 9CTQW9Q9 9«9qg 


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<I9IQ QS> 6 G©£f : 94l%g i 
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G9: GQ9^1 qfiW," til9^,- ; ai4qo, ^3 6 f G§l€l- 
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Kantakari Q^^t^^H (eo^l) 

Kantakarika (See) 

9<%9i€Q — $. q. (^?SL?> QTO+siao=eq©Q )— 

Kantakasana Qwqiq? (GQ«) 

Kantakabhuk (See) 

9490 — S. 9d; (9fli9+"e9l«' «aSQ. Q®)— 
Eantakita ^ I'Gq^O-^l' Horripilated; with 

hairs standing on end. 
J I 9«qg— 2. Thorny; prickly. 

9flHM-^«j-§.'(Q<K> + «8 aaGQ. QQ+*1- 1 Q'— 
Kantakini 0^9iqi (W«l) 

Kantakari (See) 

Kantakiphala ^ | Qi^g— 1- Cucumber. 

% Jack-fruit. 
94991— €Q. ( 39m) §— ( tf. 9^«>0 )— Gq^ll© 6991^ 
Kantakiba (g^) tl^l £J09I —To be horripilated; 

(the hairs) to stand on ends. 
cecOGSCQ *Q CW9Q VJ9»Q "«4iC9 CQfl 0*Q I 

94©q— SIC9- ( CflWlQ ) 9 ( «. QfliO-)— ««a fllfi> 
Kantakira ^ioi 33^10?— A species of fish with 
spikes near the gills and on the neok. 
9499— S. 9& (.949'-h«V ^GQ- Q» )— 
Kantakila Q^iqg^ 9«10SI— Thorny. 
3- 9— 94IQIC|Vl — Thorny bamboo. 
943— St- 9. ( 9319+313 a^fcQ. Q% Uli. V9 V ) — 
Kanfakl .^ l 94T?a ^18 — 1- A kind of small fish. 
. J |.94l91QMf ©as? 9IQSWi^ gJ^GQ 6 
0Q6^ 9«» SW— 2. Thorny egg-plant. 


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* I 99Srs>j QQ © q§ — 

3. Flacourtia Bomontchi (a thorny plant). 

v I 9QG9IQ OS 6 G9I& — 

4. The Jujube ( tree and berry). 

* i <stf?Q ( QS ) — 5, Acacia Oateohu (tree) . 

(9<»€>si— 1]) s. w. q°— 9«9qg— 

Thorny. 

<Mk%9fl-69. 961 6 §. 93— 9*3{G99<& 1 ( Wfl ) 
Kantaku kanta Kantkekan"); ( See ) 

Kantadala ^ I G9QGI ( G9<5t ) 

1. Ketaki ( See ) 

> \ ®n ( G93 ) 
2. Kia ( See ) 

9$ GQQI — GQ. * — V I 9$i 9§9i ( G93 ) 
Kanta deba 1. Kanta kariba (-See ) 

? 1 G9fa§ a9ia 91 a© G99! qiq staq © w«n 

90.91 — 2 - To fix a time-limit for 

payment. 
9$0®l€i— SIGQ. ( q<V3fia ) 9 - Q^I0<3€) ( G9«i ) 

Kantapalasa Kan^apalasa ( See ) 

©«kQ— SK9. ( q*Wq$ ) 9-G9<fG9lft ( £93 ) 
Kantara BeSenkoli ( See ) 

mg— g. Q. ( q^+q ai§=g9<a 9^91+9$. a )— 

Kantala 99Q QQ — The Acacia tree. 

9$k9®9— 69. ^^WW ( G93 )• 

Kan^abandhaka Katabandhaka ( See ) 

QQ\ — G9. 9- ( 3. 9<&9 )— ^ I $SQ ^pig 9*1(9 — 

Kanta 1. Thorn. 

#fi>1 ■> I Gl§t9 GRf<MQ— 2. Iron-nail. 

«RfeT; ^f^ * 1 fliSQ ^§—3, Fish-bone. 
v t 2Jg 9£|S — 4. Skeleton. 

( saai— ©$1 qq 93 qi$ 9^1 Q§s$ 1 ) 

* i q§ cKWdofff ashtf> 690 9Q9I aicf 

9<r9f>© 99 §QJ9§— -5. Big scales 
for weighing large quantities of grain etc. 
9 I 3§>C~^* Enemy; foe- 
( sjai— «g® aq Gg 9^1 09^ i ) 

9 \ Q% 9«il<3IO— 7. Impediment; obstacle. 
ri 099 Q4li 91 Wqmt ^Ol— . 
8. Hands of a clock op watch. 


* I *h1 GQ9Q 9IQ 9I^9IQ 9^i— 9. Hair.pin. 

91§9I @^G^ 9^9?© 9SI9 ^JNWM; ?qf— 
10. A forked contrivance for bringing 
up jugs etc which fall down into a well. 
*A 1 Q&ffQflilj 9©SQ G9IQ aciGQQ3ft9l 9919 
G(5f9*"H- Angling hook. 

^> l-qiG9WIGff SIM SliQ9l G9GS 9m99IQ 
9€l9i fi^ftf g©rf ai^iiqg ^1^95 — 

12. Fork. 

<.* I GQl^l €11-33 ^ Q§te QQ1GQ 9I9IQ9I SH°g«lQ- 

gqq — 13. A pointed fleshy growth on 

the throat of domesticated Myna birds. 

V* I 6QSfl%20?9!€lGQ 69^9 9^91 aiG)9^§h- 

14. The straw-rope entwined round an Olia 

or straw bundle for storing grain. 
V* 1 9§i9l Q$i ?3ia— 

15. Act o£ measuring; measure. 

. flIGQ. ( «1^1Q ) §— G>9I% G3l«ig— Tank; 
Q^f «Q|f— flIGQ. ( €19010 ) 9— GSIQ «fdl9 i||ff qy 6 Q 
Knfea agargi 9»I9BI flQ q,Qft 91 ^g"SM — 

Chaff containing black kernel inside it- 
OftMfflg— €9. ^(W+^)- Miqg ^9GQ^ <19 
Kan^aSlu eio^ 9Q9I — A kind of wild yam; 
Dioscora Globra ( Haines ). 
9$IQG91Qfi*— giGQ. ( 3HQ9Q )"^— 

Kantaikoili 9G<KQG9IO ( G93 j 

KanteikoH { See ) 
Q*IQG9IS>— G9. 9 — 9G^QG9I© ( Qty$ ) 

Kantaikoji Ka^teikoji ( See ) 

9<aiQG9IQ— fllOT. ( «l«lfi«S ) 9— 

Kantaikoli 9G^QG9I«> ( G9<2i ) 

Kanteikoli ( See ) 
9^19^— G9. M. 6 8*. W — 

Kanta"kant ^ I QQ§Q gg£) ?l^i €IGQ q^Q — 
ic^<ftc 1. Exactly fitting or tallying with 

each other. 

2, Exact to the measure. 


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Kantakap^i Kan$akant ( See ) 

G9. § — 21GQQ 9g $3(91 $£ — Act of measuring 

many things. 
<$4I04S®QI— GQ. ®— $ft 91 QCWW 9i§ QQIQ. 
Kantakantiheba Q&©I9Q 33IG>QI^ 0©9I — 

To measure each other's height. 

441 QI§9I — W. $ — €!QQQ GQfaS 3 3GQ €1© SIQq9l 
Kan^S kar^hiba q*^ %|g} wiq q^qi— 
#|T>1 '^IftiWl To extract thorn which has 

*filPl*M^I entered into the body. 

-Q4$$l — GQ. 9 -9GW QflSiqSJ^Gas — A'wild thorny 
Karrfcakurda plant; Allophylus Serratus (Haines). 

•«4I ^©Sl— 9 ICQ. ( C«|fl ) 9 — Qflil 3I§>91 ( GQ« ) 
Kanta kudiba* Kanta maijiiba ( See ) 

<Mt%%a— GQ. $• ( 3- ««9H-SflS )_= 
•Katftakusuma 1 I 9QQ Ofi ( G93 ) 

g. e£hl£( — ^^Q^l, 1. Acacia (tree). 

•%$$% GW<51, GWIq, ;» 1 aoq qq— 

^31961, GQ9I, GWIftl, 2 * Gramboje Thistle or 

dlo^l, *Wl Mexican poppy; 

-ft«r|3f, f*fa1#ifcl, Alpinia; Argemone 

f^M^^tlM, ^ftft Mexicana. 

s^rmTdt, *&Q, ..' [ 5— a?2fi 6 9RG$ 

" H^WpHitoT fil^GO $5^91 9<aij$_Q4Q-* 

■fl. fflGSpiipi qs&9G«a I <WIQ G£# 

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% QI^Q £»92i 1 < CISQ OT9ft93; 

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<W«Mi— GQ. 9- 3,1- ( *• ©l«HiqQl )— 

Ean^akhal ^ I Qfltil 9fs> OI3$<il 91 G9S19GSS; 
«^T^f $€&— 1. A mythological Goddess. 

2. (a term of abuse ) Witch; virago. 


Eant* khntcha q5l9l 91^9^1 ^9I9Q Q3il> G^J^Q^i 

♦fttoftet ^!^fir©^SlN — Thorns which prick 

into the cloth of a person walking along 

thorny bushes. 

94104— GQ. (giGfo). W— <MiQqg6 «WW^(^9) — 
Kap^tkhunta ( land ) Full of thorny pegs. 

G9. 9-^^«"S» *OI— Thorny peg. 

041 adQI — GQ.9— (H^^ G9eQ ^S'l^^SQ Oflrt Q9GQ 

Kanta galiba G£ll<£ 91 «I^m «CP a?99l^) G«II9 91 

#fel f^l KIQm ?JGTGQ Q«l 39991— 

^RT 5*RT Being pricked by a thorn; a thorn 

or nail entering into the foot or 

other limb of the way-farer. 

Q4i©Q— flics. ' (odoio) Q—aiQQi «iqq- y«i <aQQ ; 

Kantachira G«l© ^^Q^tTncaria Gambier; 
iMfH^Bf Acacia Ferruginia ( Haines ) . 

QW §9^1— €9. ^ — G^TenQ 9U 91 9«q9GQ 9«l 

Kanta chhatiba %© 91 flit fit 91t 9ft Oft G99I— 

To stop an outlet by fencing it and 

putting mud thereon or by fencing it Only. 

93,1 6WI — GQ. 9 — Wl 9^91 ( G9« ) 

Kanta deba Kants" bujibS ( See ) 

041 GQW»I— GQ. 9— GQ« 91 «1SW G9l< «KJ5«iQ 
Kant a dohaliba Q0riO91l9 2i9S% Qt9l— 
^T7T^n?mT Being reduced to skeleton. 

g^, ^qi—^q^ ^ — q^ aaaisiQ aoia 6s»Q Q£i9l 

Kanta dhariba 3«tG9 %OI0fl 9i9^1Q Wl- 
^ml To use big scales for weighing 

^TTTWOTT Targe quantities of goods. 

94idQ— SIG^. (GIQfiMft) 9-^GSi3G§t$ ( &*® ) 
- Kantadhura _ * Kanteikoli ( See ) 

^4ie«$fa-GQ. 9. ( sc. w+W $• ™ 

Kan^aiieutia ©5^, W^ )— QfleWIfta^ Q^i- 

GO.— caqpOISWjfil The prickly Amaranth; a kind 

of thorny pot-herb' growing wild; 

Amarantus Spinosus. 


9fli| G9IQ9I 


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GQfeffi 9ISGQ 9$Jl giOO"9WI, 

G3a§ $ GS 9ISGQ 991 9<f§Q 

GQI9GQ 93*1 aa99— 


1. To lay thorns on the pathway, so that 
people may not use it. 

-> I 9$a$Sk?!Q m<i\Q <§99 9^9! @SIG$ 99 

$«19§'g|EI9 9Q91 — 
2. To put big scales in order to weigh 

large quantities of goods. 

Kantapakhia A species of coarse paddy. 

9<W09— 69. 9. — <19S9IQ 99 R9t 6 WiQ £T^— ' 
Kantapadma Eurvale Ferox (Haines) 

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Kirtikar.l 

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9^iafl€t— G9. 9. ( *. 9« t +a«ag )— <i939iQ wr 

Eantapa lasa ^Jp— Coehlosperm um 

CM, *ff5Rt, t*ft*rc?fto Gossypum (Haines); Bombax 
gf»ft, 4IQ5HQI, mffiQ Gossypium (Kirtikar) 

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4I»|Rim1 Qh9§© Ql@2fi* I (^,lGQ9fltfffi?Q G9a- 

«Kfer ^ft . wsraro 9^959 ^* ^a9Q^i) — 

Hair-pin and comb. 

94l3ftQ— €Q. 9*— 3gl9 (CT4) 
KaptSpirika Pirika (See) 


Kantapiriki Pirika (See) 

o«W€ra-.gi.-9. ■■(.,,e. 9^9 era ) a^ig — •. 

Kantaphala (wa$% gssq?) 

. . - Jack fruit. 

9«fcl9€J9-' €9. 9. — 9Q9 (G9<30 

Kantaphirika Pirika (See) 

9fil?Q© — 9I-. 9. — 9Q9 ( gq® ) 

Kantaphiriki Pirika (See) 

MI9QA — giC9. (C19919). 9—9^ ^S^GOT— 

Kantabaula A kind of wild tree. 

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Q«MQ$Q— gi. 9™9^Q (as) (G9«i; 

Kantababuri Babura* (tree) (See) 
9•al9ffl)» , — G9. 9 — %dl 9! S!?j9> Oa«i9G€l«a— " 

Kaptabalangi a kind of sea-fish. 

9<ai9IQ€l— gi. 9.— 9Wi^ e €! (€90) 

Kantabaifisa Kantabaunsa (See) 

9«IQl58— SI. 9.— 9fld9l€jg (cq«i) 

Kantabaifisi Kantabaunsa (See) 

<Sta9l3J€f-G9. 9.— (e. 9^9 + 9€l)— 

Kantabaunsa 9^9^ <^? 99IQ 9ISjTa— 
CTteB^H; *lfeprir«f Thorny bamboo; Bambusa 

"IT I^TH Arundinacea. 

[g-QTOI9GQ' q»lfl!GO €J9Q '^aiG«3i 9^i- 
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Kanta barjiare lugS pakai kali kariba 9^91^ 

xngm ga69 Q6§£© 9$ £G9 $21 S£G§>©£) 9«i§ 
3£JQ 9$ 9Q9t — To quarrel with a person 
after provoking him to quarrel; to pick up 

or provoke a quarrel. 

941 9169991— 69. $ — ^9419. gpsgps *i» 

Kanta bardeiba qq €9fa3 391369 SG93 9999K 
■^ffeW?t To thrust an iron-nail into a thing by 
q&tTOHt hitting the nail on the head. 

941 §991— 69. $ — 9419!Q$iq 69^13 gK^9l9l99 
Kanta bujiba QQ9I — To fence up a place with 
#|Wc?f«tf thorny twigs. 

94(699— 69. 9-(tf.949 + 69§>)— 949q§ ^lOSl 

Kanta beta €9-$9€€iS — A species of thorny ratan; 

• Calamus Gurmba ( Haines )- 

9*999 -SIG9. ( «VXIQ ) Q«— <tf%1; GSIQ* 9i§ 
Kantabharan 9IS6Q <36<SG963 9$Q 3t9 SIQ 

s<^ 9% ® Q § * aafil W€€ * €9Qi $69— 
( a person ) Who idles away time by 
lingering on the way; dilatory; procra- 
stinating. 

$41 SW1— 69. 9. ( 3. 949 + 099 )— %<& ( 69« ) 

Kanta maena Maena ( See ) 

94MMI— - 69. 9. ( ©9& 3$©9 9^ 9Q )— 
Kan^amanta v I 3699^9 <1 SH2Q 991 — 

1. Fish-bones. 
ao$l aiQ2 qqs» <ta'Mi oq q§s— oq t 
} \ 99 949 — 2. Many thorns. 

$41319— 69. 9.— 6^9 3&6Q 9$S 94i 314— 

Kantamachha Fish full of slender bones. 

9<$i AI991— G9. 9 1 .— ^Q9I696Q ©6S 09491 941 

Kanta maicliba $069 9913969 esilfc 091Q9I (6 

©$99 691969 9 Oil €10991)— To tread on 

thorns while" walking. 

9«U9?— G9. 9.— (*. 949+fliftS)— 

Kan^amSrisha 94169933 (69«) ■ 

Kantanentia (See) 


941-9991 — 69. 9—991 6919^91 ( 693 ) 

Kanta rahiba Kanta dohaliba ( See) 

9419*1—69. 9. (9i?Q9)— 999 6 9^1 9§9 gI9SI9— 
: KantalatS Places full of thorns and creepers. 

<£gl fifl «Q 9 VQ a$ C^8I ! ^W9. WMftO* TO I 
941 9991—69. 9—949194- 9IS6Q 9916969 ^991 

Kanta lagiba . 9h§€* *iq>6Q 91 %3I6Q aiW^jf 

*S15|W1 941 ^9 69IQ391— 

q > Td l <^WI Being pricked by thorns. 

941080— €9- W. (e. 949^)) — 949^-^ 

Kantalia Prickly; thorny. 

qsfter 

94tftOI— %. 9— 9491Q ( 69« ) 

Kantalika Kantakari ( See ) 

94IG99%a— 69. 9 — 94I6QQ^II ( G9«) 

Kantaleutia Kantaneutia ( See ) 

94!9^— 69. 9. (3. 949+9l§^)- 9a^( 693 ) 

Kantasijhu Sijhu ( See ) 


94l3tf — 69. 9— 9SN qft96a ( 3— 

Kantasidha A wild plant; Leonotis Nepetaefolia 

( Haines ). 

[ 9— <9\ v Eg Oiq^ 9 ff| flrfi^ Q9 ^< *l «9I9 

£TQ Qg9| I .69*01019 6 «i^» a^Q 9ersiS9 

6 giOOKW Ql«69 <91 ©6^ I ] 

9^i— €9. 9. (3. 9^; 9^9) 90. ^. 9^ <J9I ffllfirfflQ 

Kanti ^ 94 69a )— 

<$$\ V I9CTS Q96Q ^91 91069^91 fPfl- 

irfViT, ^fft 1. The handle of a plough. 

^ 1 964Q691© ( G9fll \ 

2. Kanteiko]i( See) 
«* I 932IQ4I ( 69« ) 

3. Baniaghan^ ( See ) 

v I 941 ( 690 ) m 

4.Kanli(See) 

940—69. 9, (? § 949K9I9 99^69 <S 699^9369 

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C^sf^l A small fish with needle-like spikes 
*£ff<T near the gills and on the neck; Macrones 

GO. G€IUfrlO # Vittatus. 

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£}|<31 QIQ ©G£> 6 @OGQ, «0€l *? Q4I Q\<; < ^ 
G9G^1 « Q«iqjpV Q?,9 G9i3 QGO <9 ttn^iQ 
G99GQ ^8 G91QS1G^ G99 qQ 9G<ft I ] 
giG9. <. I (CI^&IO) 9 — -3Q $Q\Q. fl^ RHI 
9SISJ} 9S! — 1. Small centipede. 

giGQ- -> l ($*wqa) 9— 9Q QTO19& — 

2. Big scorpion. 

qSi?b Qa^i— aiG^.faswga) 9— ^Igqotiwq siaicwog 

Kantia kapta QGQ 9$9I GSlSl «!9 — Coarse cloth 
ordinarily used by females as homewear. 

«da §S— fliGQ. (a^oio 6 sas&Q) 9 — 

Kantia bichha *. 1 oqTsil. Q\QQ (1) (GQ«0 

1. Kantia (1) (See) 
-> I ©3*0. fll6QO)(G9«0 

2, Kantia (2) (See) 
$>§iai£)— €Q. 9- ( 3- Q«(l 0*0 )— <> I 01^9 9IQ^| <iQ 

Kantiali £Q|Q qg|$_ go —1. A kind of cucumber. 

go. qssQissi^i [g— <i9R wm^ sip^. m< i 

9IOGQ G3I® GQGSJ ©191 qCT SII<1 I £J| 91 giQQI 
©KJL^GW ©AIQ9I aiQ* <§ €© 9<i9$Q $<1 l] 

j 1 o3a (G9«0 

2. Kantis (See) 
«IT091Q— €Q. Q.— QGfliQGQIS (G9«l) 

Kantikapali Kanteikoji (See) 

^«jT©»] — gq. 9. — ©4T«ffll (gqs) 

Kantikila KantikQl (See) 

$S©<»1— GQ. 9. (3. ^+«o)— QGpoq^l^Mqcfir 

Kantikili CSIG QQ $Q9<S 9€*9I9IQ 91^28 G9IQ^9I 

G3Q1 91 f"R — The wooden pin or peg 

joining the plough witii the hand.piece. 

albQI— 69. §. — ^ I fll§9l— 1. To measure; to take 

Kantiba the dimensions of • 

?\*m\ *\ GQf^l9 sift°QIQ, MIOI ^1 qgj C G99qt 

^TPIT OP%G9 G96JS © »|g* <9I GQ^^f — 2. To 

put on a coat or ornament etc to see if 

i| fits the body. 


* I ^IQ 9§9!Q Qa$fl GWi — 3- To tend to 

sweaten; to begin to perspire. 

0aeii«-oi gwgs* siia ©S 8i9q§l 1) 

94? G^lQO 9GQIO 0,^99 5^0 £^© Q|<J C95> CTO I 

«QW5% 99qa©§i5MT i 

"tf I Q^9I — 4. To see if one thing exactly 

fits into another; to compare* 

C9 QQ a« 99 Qlff, «Q© 9<£ C99I «<I I 

* I Q°S9I; Oiqg9l— 5. To bite. 
QS©I©— G9. 9.— Qqdl (G9«!) 

KantibSr^i Ukhuni (See) 

q4TQ— GQ. 9.— q4?GQ (€Q«I) 

Kantila Kantilo (See) 

$&fan — G9. M.— 6fKIIQ Q90IQ ei^QQIQ Q^GQ 

Kantilia SW (Qiq© ^q e <sj S^) glQGQ ago 

(9ITO) — ( utensil ) Made in Kantilo, a 

village in Khandaparcia State famous 

for its utensils 

q€gg&— gq. 9. (©w)— 69aiQ «iga9i ciqoioq ta^cfo 

Kantilo eei|f<j 99 gia — A big village in Khanda- 

pai^a State of Ordisa. 

[ g — <]oigq 9imi» oi%q ejasj i ^°qi <S 9oa 

9IS1Q MG9 < gift g3<§ I ] 
9*- ST- 9^1. ( Qe3J+Q<? ; KQ\. ^9 )— SW?qg— 
Kantl Thorny ( M. W. ). 

ft*tft; C^fl g. 9 — ^ I ^|99i99«^ ««J 9TO^ 
TO© 9ftH sa^G^i^— 
1. A wild thorny plant; Csesalpina Dignya. 
[ Q— <J?JQ apGQ * OI^. d G31QI QS3h^ arf^M I 
^Q <8W«D, GCJIS^ -<3^ GQ€lQa% <]9I 9<ai9G0 £JG^ 

<gQ 8«5 G©a%i, 99, q^ 4 ^1* acfQ s& 1 ^3^ 

9©t99IQIQ GQ9I §0 I ] 

-> I «QQ €1^—2. Acacia Catechu ( M. "W. )• 

* I qg9G€l ( 3— 

3. Achyranthus Aspera ( M. "W. ). 
'w I €9IQ©J»«1 9%— 

4. Ruellia Longifolia ( M. W. )_ 
GQ- 9— $€«GSH© (-69* ) 

Kanteikoli ( See ) 


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Kantei A small fish with needle-like spikes near 

the gills and on the neck. 

$6<3tQ€9l©— G9. 9. ( tf .' Q4Qf>1 )— 
Kanteikoli QWJg 9Q<» S^GSS^ 
fr»W4fr l; The prickly Nightshade; Caesalpinja 

¥lft*tfS*ffli Separia. 

1%^ [ 9— <K?!Q G©1» *ISKM «ti; 3$ 

■go. g»W0 9QGW as> aei 1 <w 9Sj)g Q*, 
-q. a^iiq :— ^i^«, %©^Q ^ 913, 8% caia, 

■wiw, 8°gi, SIS* Q ^L> ^^ ^ aiQSHl * s^^^ 
■Q<ai«aiQl, ^i€i© 1 ] 

«S4Qa^ — e<51 - §~ ^3QIQ GS% 9IQCK1 — 
Kanteitnundi A kind of small brinjal. 

[ g— <9R 15 S<3ilGQ si 1 1 <9I 9© W^t I ] 

«eaifi»— «• §• ( $9 y i§.+$ a )— SG^IQ * ( G<X9 ) 
TIantola Kandola 3 ( See ) 

«G*IO«ll— ^. 9. ( 9Gflilft+Stell ) — ©G^lffl * (G3«) 
Kantolabina Kandola 3 ( See ) 

OG4IOl— ^- ^ ( ^9 ai $.+ QO+^1- § )— 
Kantoli QG^IA * ( GQ«I ) 

Kandola 3 ( Ste ) 

«$!»;- G9G9. 9. ( Q°. wO— <■ I 8©|. QS^q; 
Ka^trakt QQ^jj adqlfll SteJGQ GOf^fi 9ISi 9Q91% 
<p§tt ©211991 QSI^ 91 G^§ — 1- Contract. 

2. Contract; mutual agreement. 

^$1 iQyQ- €§gq. §- ( Q°- ^*'*a )-owiq ; caqf 

Kant^ktar 9h§ ©$!§© 9^ 91 qQGQ G9fa§ G>W 
^4jjft Q€19I^ ^Q G><1 — Contractor. 

«*— «r. 9. (qg ai$«ei9 gwi+q<$. o)— 

Kantha «, I €tQGQ€!. OBI — 1. Neck; throat. 

;> I 94»9; GKMQ 3Q — 2. Tone; voice. 
* I S>9$ — 3- Proximity; nearness, 
v 1 a» 9^3 &fl$ a»IQ 4QQIG3 QQflQI 

.flS^ftfe GQSII— 

4. The rainbow-coloured line round the 

neck of a grown up parrot. 




* I G9?<3§ Q9I0Q qjpWQ *§» «•€*— 
5. The narrow portion of a thing near the 

top (as of a bottle), 

€9- 9. — TO94Q OlWIfl — 

Name for calling Nilakan^ha. 

Q$€l© — e. 93. (^q 0©5©fia + a©)— QeJICf© (CT«I) 
» Kan$hagata Kanthagata (See) 

Kanthagataprana 91^)— ^gt^ 9^ S£]*i^ 2fl§|}9l 
(Q^Qgi^ll — %1) B9giq§ (9i§)> Sl^li^Q 2J9gl- 
gig- q?!^ — ^one) Reduced to the last extre- 
mity; on the point of breathing one's last; 
near dying; on the point of death. 
QQQQ — GQ. 9.— (*• QsJ+Q^) — <®9 ?151G90 9§- 
Kanthaghanta GQQ^Q 35^3 Q0Q9 — Noise of 

many people in a crowd. 

% o(Wfl. 9flQQ$CT I 

Kanthatata G9Q 6 QI<W S^W^ «l°€^— The part 
of the neck above the shoulders. 

9$©QS1 -9I. 9- ti.— 940%dl (G9<3) 

Kanthatarani Kanthataruni (See) 

9<l©%a1— G9. 9. %1.— ($■ 9ea+©^il)— 

Kanthatarnnt qpoi G99IQ eiWglGQ q.QI9glQ 

^S^igigi 9i€)QI — A girl on the verge 

• ofc attaining puberty. 

9$©iqgh— e. q^i* (w+«i^+a) — 

Kanthatalabya G9€j[ 9fe €J©|€^t flW Q4 & S>!§— 
Palatal and gutteral ( letters). 
[ 5 — 4 6 31 9§« W31Q9M I ] 
O^ Qi«— GQ- 5. (WO— flIQl© 6^211 Q9— 

Kantha dasa An ancient Oriya poet. 

^Q9W I ] 
$$G9S— Si. 9. (Q4 + G9a)— 

Kanthadesa ^ | aqglW 9^91 «•«, ^1© q^ 4 

. GW ^i9^l glQ> G99— 

1. The portioa of the body between the 

head and the ,trunk; neck« 


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fl*iGQ 9GQQ $S| 9Q§ 91$ I 0Q<39 ^ V| V 9%Q &$<$ <?£ 91 fl!9iq§ 
Q§Q 93*30 J 91 <. ©tf© 9€ 9! fll&iqg GO GOlfiKiq. G^9 I 301— 

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■-> 1 GQfei3 OQiaQ qj?* 6 gwq w^l siqjai 
(aai— G9iQ9 6 gioaq G99) 

2. The neck or narrow portion between the 

mouth and the body-proper of a bottle or 

pitcher. 

949I«1-S. 9. ( 3. a. GQ; 94 + 9l»1; Q4OTS6Q, 
Kanthanall fl91§9- Q|9l ) — 9j33£Q^, ©3S| Q9- 
9l€* «I9i "Q99%aWj ©3©9Q— 

Gullet; larynx. 

04 9991— G9. *- asjo% 9! qqcstogq *ig99 ^ 

Kantha p^idiba 9211 9§9I%91 9§Q cflo Qi^9IG^ 
flWI^Tl €lftl^8% TO 9 9I9IQ91— The falling of 
the voice due to cold or excessive talk- 
ing or singing. 

94 9*01 — 69. 9— ^ I «I»!Q *ii% Wfflfl 6991— 
Kantha phitiba .1. The voice becoming distinct. 

> I Q£j3Q§ SGfif 1 9I99Q S% <2Q G3IS! 91 
Q9 6991— 
2. The voice of a boy becoming louder 

with the increase of years. 

« 

9$ $€QI— 69. 9 — $4 0991 ( 69« ) ; 

Kantha basiba Kantha pardiba ( See ) 

94 9fi»i— 69. 9 — 0W9qs 49os1q 94 qftai«GQ 
Kantha buliba siqqsj GQ3i a^j^QGQ 6931991— 
4»1gtPl4i<#fn The appearing of a red and blue 
^'3^3HT line round the neck of a full-grown 

parrot. 

9^ 4«90l— 69. 9— 9$ $Q9I ( 693 ) 

Kantha bulijiba Kantha buliba ( See ) 

94QQ3—3- 9. ( 9$ TO-94 + ^a«l )-94GQ9«ia9l 

Kanthabhushana 2lWQ1Q9Ga<a; Q«J6Q §$1991 5119; 

Q|$ — A collar for the neck; necklace; 

garlasd for the neck; an ornament worn 

round the neck. 

9«Wpl— 3. 9. ( 9$ ©©; 94+$<at )— 94^ (69#) 
Kanthabhusha Kanthabhushana ( See ) 

943©— 3. 9. ( ^1 ©©. 94+sS )— 
Kanthamani <. | qaiGQ 8®i99l Qg— 

1. A gem worn on the neck. 
J [ 949199 Cteig sgf— 
* 2. The central gem of a necklace. 


» ! G9IQI9 943163 qQ| Q^q (g. €1£?giCIQ)^ 
3. A whorl at the neck of horse. 

9VHO— G*3>. 9. ( ^T. 94fllftl )— 94AM ( G^^ ) 

Kanthamala A Kanthamala ( See } 

9<§iaKS>i— e. 9. ( ^<|1 0% 9«a+ai»i )— 

Kanthamala i-| QQIGQ S^lQQI «I9«3TIQ ; ©C — 

1. Necklace. 
^ I QQIGQ 9I9KW1 g^lGq^QG-a^ — 

-(S.iaMifiiQ ) — 

- 2. A kind of boil on the throat. 

9«iegfci— sr. 9. ( *>il 0% 9^+cq^ )— 

Kantharodha ^ | qqiq s|Q gj^^ Qqj — 

1. The stoppage of utterance. 

J I CIQI ^GQ GQT^lS 391^ SJt«> 991^ 
4.W 5^I51Q Gq^i— 2. -Interruption of 
respiration due to the blocking up of 
the gullet; strangulation. 
"o \ eiQisi get $§9qi — 

3. The falling of the voice. ~ 

Kanthasosha G9d! 9991 G9I^! CIQI ^991 — The 
drying up of the throat due to thirst 
or fear or excessive talking, 
fiwwys— *• 9. ( 9$ 9% Q^+^lig )— 

Kanthaswasa <l \ 94^19 9l?9!Gt ^^ig^^!?! 

9§>9I — 1. Breathing by the mouth 
through the throat- 
J I Sl<3iq,€i S9Q G9i^^9J 2!snt$Q SI9§I— 

2. The state of being at the last gasp. 

9««£— *. 9. ( ?<|l TO 3 Q^+^? )- 

Kanthasutra ^ [ Q»IGQ 9^1991 ^l 9Q SI^_ ^QQIQ — 

1. A string-like ornament worn round the 

neck. 
-> I G99Q flIO; €|9 6 G9193IG9 Q»IGQ 

9wi 9IOQ y^aiQ— 

2. String of wooden beads worn on the 
neck by SBdras and Bgishnabas. 

* I G99 qfljQ91j SOQefO— 

3. An embrace round the neck. 

948—9. 9<n, ( 94+gl aiSL+«?<|- « )— 

Kanthastha V I q^gj €^fl^,G32iQ<ig 91 ^^1^9 — 
1. Got by heart; committed to memory. 


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* i 949*14.09% — 

3. Entered into the gullet. 

G9. 9<a— 94 as£i$ q3qQi 3 G9G9 (90)— 

Neck-deep (water). 

%\9 90 99 9«$a fte© I aQr OQCQOlOl t 

Q$3 9Q9I — G9. § — qpia 9Q9I; ap$IQ9l— 

Kanthastha kariba To get by heart. 

QQS©— «t. 9. (£€j| 9% 94+ g£>)— 94G93 (G93) 
Kanthasthala Kanthadesa ( See ) 

9$@IQ -$. 9. i9<$ 99; 94+9IQ)— 94^1 (G9«0 
KanthahSra Kanthabhushana ( See ) 

«*|— *. 9. 4l. (9€1 8(9= W 9^91+9931. O + ^l.a)- 
Kantha QQG9Sj CI»L 9$ — Throat. 

G9. 9* ( 3. 94)— <* I Q4N9^9GQ^ G99Q 

5»5T 919 — 1* -A- ki na * °* necklace with large 

. beads. 

«nw; «^. > I &£>GQ 9<3 qQQ ^91 Q9 aiOj flq 

aiOj Q9GQ Sl^ OTI O f|9l aio — 

2. Grainless paddy. 

* I 99 G31Q9IQ 941 — 3. A large bead* 
3?feT; tf ST ^ I 9^4 g?iag1qr G99 €(£10164 G9<ai99l 

Q1RG99 GQGII — 4. A red and blue 
line appearing round the neck of grown- 
up parrots. 
*R3T * I ( 9Q$lQT9 qp\ )— qg^Q G99 C^aiGS 
§©91 01; 9IQ$— Collar of a coat or 

shirt- 

9^199 — e. 9<a. ( ^i ©©; 94 + «» )— 
Kanthagata 94Q&Q 3%9i — 

Come up to the throat. 

9<§iiGi©gis - e. 9^1. 9!- ( 992I8; 94199+gi^i )— 

Kar^hagataprana 9439gi£| ( G93 ) 
( W!Q©gi3l — ql ) Kanthagataprana ( See ) 

9^IGj9 — 91 93. ( St. 94l€t© )— <. I 941C1Q ( G9<3 ) 
Kanthagrata 1. Kanthagata ( See ) 

J I 94139313 ( GQSi ) 

2. Kanthagataprana ( See ) 

* I 21Qa£| 9*t§ 91 891$; 909; 9QS9S— 

3. Afflicted. 

y I WQqsf— 4. Dying. 


G9. 9— filti 94199 G99IQ 2l9gij 39h$ mfy 

^9gi — Distressed condition 

9$l£9i— G9. 9— S»IG$ ai99©l 9^91 ^GQ 91 OOI^ 

Kanthajhar^s al99Q! G9l§9l G9GQ 9^1^ G9Q 

HI© fl9%9G9 49 09314 — The grains 

of paddy fallen from the sheaves while 

carried to and stored in the grain-yard. 

9$!€9I 819— GQ. 9— 941*9' ( G93 ) 

Kanthajhat^a dh$na Kanthajhaida ( See ) 

9$taiq— G9. 9— G99GQ GQIKIflW 99 %OC09d 

Kanthadharl 8^^91 6919^9^— -A- sect of 

B^shnabas wearing one big circular 

bead in a string round the neck. 

9$l9GQtf— 3. 9. ( 9$ 99 x j 94+ WG^ )— 
Kanthabarodha 9^GQ^1 ( G93 ) 

Ka^tharodha ( See ) 
9$l9GQtf9 — e- 9 (9$ 99 j 94 + a9G^«) — 
Kan$h5barodhana Q^G^ja ( G9«t ) 

Kantharodha ( See ) 

961I9QQ — e. (^1 Q©3 94+2»^Q^ )— 94GQ §91 

Kanthabharana Qqj goeiQ; 91Q —Necklace. 
* * * • 

O^lfll^ia— €9. 9 — <J99W GSII^I, G>9I 6 qg al»— 

Kanthamadhia A kind of coarse paddy, white 

and round. 

Oqiflltta— G9. ^ — Q^lfll^Sfi ( GQS ) 

KanthamadhuS Kan^iamadhia ( See ) 

9$|6— %. 9. ( 94+3S ai%«^€9 9S191; Q&I9 G991 
Kaathala +Z ) — V I QQ&- <SM..) — 

1. Arum. 
J I Q% 6%— 2. Camel. 

* \ q$ —3. Fight. 

v t QCHj Q19I — 1 Small country-boat. 

* i «!9§); «<aQ — 

5. A digging instrumetit with a long handle. 

W8 — 3- 9- ( ^ll °°J 94+^1 )— 949 919— 
KanthSsthi Collar-bone; clavicle. 

9^— €9. 9(e- 941)— ^ I QQ1GQ @«l99l <9^fta 9IQ— 
Kan^hi 1. One-stringed necklace consisting of 
^r|| circular beads strung together. 

*fcOT; ^fe ^ I QtQQ GaiG3919 9191 - 

2. One of the beads strung into a necklace. 


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3. String of Holy Basil wood-beads worn 
round the neck by Baishnabas. 

* 1 -0$ £913 9I9Q61! — 4, A*ktnd of nose-ring. 

giGQ. ( a*wqa ) e-rs^croQ 9« — 

Handle of a plough. 

9§Qi — «. 9- <1. (9<3l + <aiaGQ. 9+9)1. a ) — 
Kanthika «. I G99Q «OT§2A Ota — 

1. One-striked necklace. 

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QQQ 9«£| — 2. Leather-ring put round 
the neck of a carriage-horse; halter. 

* I GQfQSIGQQ §^91 Q_Qq|silQ — 

3. A string of beads of Holy Basil wood 
worn by Baishnabas. 

s>i£ 3#9i — gi. 8— m G<as>9i ( w« ) 

Kanthi ghiniba Kanthi ghenibfi ( See ) 

9§GQ©QI — GQ. §~ (£T. 9<4l-f£i9<a)— *.. I G99GQ 94 
Kanthi gheniba §^9| — 1. To put on a string of 
^ftsr^Tl necklace. 

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$a4l 94 993 9391 — 

2. To wear a string of Holy Basil beads 
on being initiated or admitted to a 
Baighnaba brotherhood; to be invested 
with a Tnlsi-bead as a sign of initiation 
into the Bajshnaba-brotherhood. 

9§g€U " G9. §®—K I Q%$ 9h% qq%qh§6 cmqq ©9- 
Kan#uchhinda qqp S$^9| 93 g^lQ 09IQ 

0M, adio G9 ©10 ftelQ 9GQ ff|§ ; ?iqh 
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1. One who snaps asunder his Kanthi 
(sign o* his being a Baiahnaba or Hindu) 
and thus proclaims himself beyond the 
pale of Baishnabism or Hinduism; an 
apostate Hindu. 

Q9] ( 9m§ ) — 2. One who does not re- 
cognise or observe the Hindu easte- 

system. 


Kanthi deba 


Kanthidora Thread stringing several beads 

into a string. 

9$ G9QI— GQ. S— ( q% ) €Qfa§ 9h§^_ G9f9- 

Q<£ 3<?J^ QQQIj G"?19^g^i^GQ q?9 

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or tie a string of Tulsi-beads to the neck 

of the .disciple after initiating him as a 

Baishnaba; ie initiate a disciple into the 

*" Baishnaba sect. 

9$ HQQI^CQ. $T— Q$ QQ^\ ( G^ ) 

Kanthi dharibS Kanthi gheniba ( See ) 

<Ml Q\QQ\ — 91.-©*— Q^ £®m\ ( SW ) 

Kanthi naiba Kanthi gheniba ( See ) 

9§§«>q: — gq. ^— ©Ceciwi ( g^s ) 

Kanthi neba Kanthi gheniba ( See ) 

9^901 — CQ. 9-M9«l ( CQ<il ) 

Ka^thipindhS Kanthibandha ( See*) 

QQ S®9I— SQ. S. — 94 G<3©9I (GW) 

Kanthi pindhiba Kanthi gheniba (See) 

03e»l— G9. «..— ^ i G9QGQ «BQQ«J^q Q$ 9^Q! — 

Xanthibandha 1. Wearing of a necklace. 

^fNw j 1 gtogq W|TOQqq.a ^oglQ? 91^91— 

2. Wearing of a string of Tulsi-beads as 

a sign of being a Baishnaba- 

G9-. W— 31GOQQ<f39?§G> G9|9e^QI^Q^ 

( G9QGQ "^pgjqiQj 9t9Q19 GSIgJ eSQI^Q 

9G€I^^ )— Initiated into the sect of 

Baishnabas started hj Chaitanya. 

0C9I©S»I— CQ. ^— t I 93 G^©9I ( G93 ) 

Kanthi bandhiba 1. Kanthi gheniba ( See ) 

-> I Q$GQ9I ( G9S1 ) 

2. Kan^Mdeba ( See ) 
$CfW— G9. 9. (ST. 9^1 + qi»| ) — <OTQa ©^IQQgi— 
Kanthimala One-stringed necklace. 

«C««ai- €Q. Q— 9^511^ ( G9«i ) 

Kanthimala Kanthimala ( See ) 
9Cfll6> -G9. Q— g^^ia ( GQfl! ) 

Kan$him5Ii' KanthimSla ( See ) 

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«C«lft|— €ft. ft. (3- Wl+%?) - 9^G©IQ ( QQ<8 ) 
Kaiithisuta Kanthidora ( See ) 

«$&}Q— GQ. ft — oCflfo ■( GQ«1 ) 

&&n$hihara KanthimsQa ( See ) 

«ftV— e. 9- ( «*! ai$=w ratfti +$$■ o+tf . $ ) — 

Kanthi ^ ! «KQei «"3IQQ<:3— 

1. One-stringed beaded necklace. 

J i «tiKtel6ft%Q ©SftSjS© Q« — 

2. The baiter put round the neck of 

a horse. 

* I Q«aG9fl; GQGQSj QQI— 3. Neck. 

v | G"3f09lQ<* Qe3g $«3teloq CHOI — 

4. String of beads of Tulsi wood worn 

bj Baishnabas. 

*..ft. $l. ( « + C <Q )— 9491 ( €9« ) 
. • Kanthika ( See } 

GQ. ft— Q<£ ( G9« ) 
Kanthi ( See ) 

Kanthi di^ei Kanthi feadala { See ) 

«ltoli|— «. ft* ( Qd + a ai£+QRj ^ L VQ - ) — 
Kantbidbari q£ 91 gift 8®gfti— 

Wearing a necklace or a string of beads. 

S. ft— 6§lftrf<a3© Sia^N €"§Q«|— 

An initiated. Baishnaba. 

«4to©fi— GQ. ft -gQlft 6 Gft|W flaiGQ QQIQ qp*- 

Kanthibadala Q\Q\ QQQIftQQ GWI^iq €>f Q ftQ19— 

3$ftqvi The custom of marriage amongst 

^'^^iWT the Baishnabas., performed by the 

exchange of Tulsi-beads between a 

Baishnaba and a Baisbnabi. 

■QflteQfil— GQ. ft — TOlftftfi ( GQ« ) 

Kanjhlbadala Kantbibadaia ( See ) 

Q^Qfi)— GQ. ft— Q41QQO ( GQ3 ) 

Kanthibadali Kanthi bada la ( See) 

«4lQ9— e. ft. (PSSlS; s«0«Mi+W=£Wa€W)— 

Kanthiraba ^ | $9 — 1. Lion. 
j I V3I — 2. Elephant. 

* I 96P10 — 3 - Dove. 

v i 9199?> fll$— 4. Pigeon. 


K*nthfrabamadbya ©fGQQ)— flTOf a& 9%^f" 
ftQ^l (%]) — Slender-waisted (woman). 

©«l©»— e. ft: q.°. (ft^^i ftG^Q^GQ+sia— 

Kanthekala ft<aai© eatf $%$$ ) — G1TO4> 

S1»Q<^ q^iGQft—- Mahadeba . (whose ttroaj; 

looks black or blue owing to his having 

drunk poison.) 

OWjfap— S. W. (Q4+<S<l+9)— W^m (GQ«1) 
Kaptb^shtbya * ; Kantby^ushtbya (See) 

9fll' - S. ftd. ($«3 + 9) — <• I 94^^K[— !• delating 

Kanthya to the throat. 

) I 94Q. QSft -2. Produced from the throat. 

* I QQWQt QGiao (ftl ^1 aft)— 

3. Guttural; (letter or sound) 

uttered through the throat. 

wiooi fti « aicT rtoi^ (asi— BKaa^*— 

4. Beneficial for the larynx (e.g. medicine). 

S.ft. M ( QiWRS! ) — Q«S fiq ^QIQ© Q$ ( §- 

€IQ3I€|Q) (53211— % %Q, % Q, <3, 0*, 9, «)— 

■ l f Guttural letters^ 

2. Medicine qr articW beneficial for tjie tnroat. 

O^H©^— -Q. ft.— G9ft TO 9«3 iWWsGQ R©lftS> 

Kanthyabarnpa ^<3 — Guttural letters; letters 

pronounced with the belp of the throat. 

[ Q— ^ a, Q, «, CI, <3, Q 1 , 9, 8, <«IIGQ 9^- 

«;^fI^-3- sa. (fti»fl*i), (©«i+6^)— east ftfe 

Kantbyaush^bya QQiqflglQ g«a 6 6<|— 

(Grammar) Labioguttural (letters). 

[ g — 6, 9 OG4?^i ftfi 1 ] 

.9^(ai^)— ^.— ^ 1 ft^alQQei; st? aoiQfti— 

Ka^d (root) 1. To husk. 

J I Q9I ©Qfti —2. To^protect; to save, 

• I 3Ift4ftl— -3-" ^° store ' 

Kanda $&& QZQh Oft^tchiag sensation. 

^ai^at ?oea 00*0 aoea 1 . 

^9tqL~^iCQ. (fl§©io, tfqgAawfl) ft.— 

"KandakSpu «|J16QJ^ (GQ«ij— Kandadora( See ) 


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Kandana 9i£}Q| ; ^fcf G9lQq9l OTiM^SP Q1 Qg - 
SET! QQQI — Husking; removing the husks 
(from grains); threshing; cleansing a 
quantity of grain o£ the husks. 

9§«-s. 9* %1. (^ aist+9Q«. ao+^1. $)— 
Kapdani 3§ ; cTCh «IQ Q|§9| g^ gj^a qSQ— 
Husking jack; wooden pestle and 
mortar for husking rice etc. 

Kandara GQQq,QSI QGQ )— ( GW ) aqQSag 
QfWIfll 7 -i Q<3> QI<31 — Big veins of the body 

fe— Ifl ©GQ V?f Q4|Q €I<33QGQ ^9|Q G$9| 

GQ. Q. 3.° —SI© OIQQCOT— 

A class of untouchables; a low- 
castes people. 
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0§t — GQ. 9. ($T. Q$Q)— <* I Q§Q (GQ-S)— 

Kanda 1. Kandana (See) 

ETIQ'GQ SfifSJ ) — 2. Weaving shuttle. 
SIGQ. ( ciQQIQ )— 9.— QSflloqr 

The language spoken by the Kandhas in 
Orissa and Madras Presidency, 
v I Q<9£1- q<?0 — 4. Kubbing. 

SIGQ. (wi«iaiMi) 9.— siM3Q9is1'-6©esqg]— 

2IGW £>IQ — A race of aborigines living 

in the wilds of the Vizagapatam 

District and Agency. 

GQ. W. ( ^. Q§® )— $<3 ^B5? qq^o CTjOa^l 

#t?1 (€l^s) — Husked; (grain) cleansed of husks. 


9§iQQI— GQ. §.— 1 I S#?IQ 809 ^.a — 

Kandaiba 1 . Causative form of Kandiba. 

2. Kundaiba (See) 

Ka^dakandi ©igQI-QOiW QiT — The process of 
<p1^|<p|(^ husking rice etc^ 

* ' ^319—2. A sound thrashing. 

0§i9iq— giGQ. (C19910, eqqq, Q«iq) ?.— 
Kandakapu ^^iQQiq (eQ<a) 

Kandadora (See) 

OfllGQIQ— 9IG9. (ClQiQIO- S^^ €ig|q) ^.— Q^qg^ 

Kandadora 6^€JI -siQSMO 6 q|g|© £G9€R 9^ 

qiQQTQ Q^Q g<3l — The language spoken 

by the Kandhas in Orissa States and 

^ Madras. 

©5 — €Q. $. — <I9 g^!Q QIO— * • 9 

Ka *^ _ A kind of conveyance.. 

[g— <9\ wqTaoaGQ 9%) 6 <i9iQ tiqo Qiq? 

Ofti QMI 3t^ <Q 99 i 9Q?[Q S^Q STOGQ <^| 

G9«iai<i 1 WQGfli9«^aefo«i?. vgf «g 1 
o§ a— gq. «.— v 1 ffQ^S ^t§» qssi fixaGK^ Gsasf 

Kandia €(|QQiaiGQ aig Qgaw— 1. Small ex- 
panses of water left on the bed of a 
river after the subsidence of flood. 

a%^ qif) ?iqi si©. q?q ©q— 2. The 

silted fertile portion of the river-bed 
excluding the sandy and watery portions. 
9fy—S. 9. {^^11%+^, qfr — \\ (ffifl) ©©got— 

Ka P^ u 1. A sage. 

> I «jgft; q.^ Ql§ — 2. Itches. 

* I qG^Q GOT!; 9^—3. Itching sensation, 
v I aa>3G£!<SQ Gl^j 210 s G1RG1R G99I — 

4 Tingling sensation of any limb. 

* I fascia) GGfaS 9131 ©Q9I ^qc^ qaqf. 

q^ <5)©W G99i; flWl^— 5. Inordinate 
restlessness to do a thing (e.g. to speak, 

to write.) 

gq. %. («ftfltfiid) QiGflW; ^cpqiQQi'a— 

Eager wish for cohabitation; inordinate lust. 


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5 q^lft ^ sensation, 

q§fp«tt ^ I (QIQGQ ^hQ9S>) QA^KHQ ^OPi— 

2. Feeling of lost. 

Ka^ida karjba Kandu uthiba (See) 

9§^flQ<»l^- GQ.9. — <- IQO^Q 91 Q#I3I9 W QSitnty 

Kandu mariba GQ9I— 1- Cessation of itching 

g§Wtft TOJlTfiSl sensation by medicine or scratching. 

2. Cessation or satiation of ardent 
desire for action. 

* I OIGfllW 3Q9o G99I — 

3. Satisfaction of lust. 

Kanclu mariba a|$ 9€^9i — 1- To satiate itching 
S>*l'4lPwftfl sensation by medicine or scratch- 

pmwr ing. 

> I «K3i 9i§Q qftQ qsj$ q\&\ 91 <s$giq 09 

QQG99I — 2. To satiate another person's 
ardent mental itching by action or by 

punishment. 

* i ©igsiiw wi<fiq 39$® 0Q91— 

3. To satiate one's lust. 

Kandu (root) * To itch. 

Kandu Kandu (See) 

$§©— tf, 9- ( Q§^l§=q§!Q G99I+Q9. Q ) — 
Kanduti «l( G93 ) 

Kandu ( See ) 

Kan^uya 9QIQ9J; €tSJ_ GWI gK»% 3#M— 
To scratch an itching part. 

9^gfi— sr. 9. ( egg «w 4»iSL+q^. a< ^ ) — 

Kanduyana ^ I q$|Q G99I; $giQ9lj€iq€iR GQ9I- 
1. Itching. 
^ I'Qi^i 01%— 2- Itches. 

* I C%€9Q^91 QiQq, %§IQ9i— 
3. The act of scratching. 


9313319— e- -w."9.°. ( 9$g'9i«i aiSL+^4- aioo)— 

Kandnyamana CJ^ 315191^ C1% Spq. q^jpl- 9* 

(Q^qOIOHHl) Qqgpi; Q40OQW3 Q&19IQ— 

Engaged in scratohing or rubbing to 

satiate itching. 

9€^l— tf. 9. %1. (G$g ©19 af^+qp. a+%1- *«)— 
KanflnyS t I C% $$IQ £991— 1. Itching. 

> I asgOTI giQqLqS9i — 

2. Scratching of the itching parts. 
0|^Q-e. 9. ( 9^+'9 ai%~9l9 9W+S )— 
Kaaitea ^ I fllOTiq^eiQ— 

1. A kind of Taro which produces 
itching when handled. 

-? I 91Q©S ( GQS ) 
2. Bai<jhanka ( See ) 

ro%s — ag«s%«» i 
5J. 9«1 — 9^9^ 9191 ^3g^ G'PQ ^^IQ ^<1 — 
Producing itching. 

g&^q-^. 9. ^1— 9ia©fi? ( G^« ) 

_ Kandtrra Baidhanka ( SeQ ) 

" GQ. 9— 9$3Q ( G9«l ) 

Bichhuati ( See ) 

94|0— e. «til. gr-^^+Q ^1%=^ 9^91+9^.9)- 
Kapdnla V I 9^q§ — 
(9^Q|— %1) 1- Suffering from itching. 

> 1 Q§aG^cil> ^.gqdl— v 

2. Attacked with itches. 

* I apQ^pQi^ — 

3. Scratching one's body. 

j\— e. 9. il— 6«i? ( G9«i ) 

Kandnla Olua .( See ) 

©6$Q— €9. § — <W 9Q^^ illQ^tlOqrGQ Wl 
Kaocfei QQ9G€I^— Crinum Defexum ( Haines) 

Kandoi %GQ 9^9f9 §<! )— 

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Kandola ag<,|9 CUQQi S3l<! )— 

^ i aw Qq9i aiQ 913a 91 G9«@3o eoift; 

G9IQG9Q — 1. A big basket for storing 

grains. 
J I (+9$. 6q)— <S$j -Q.3 — 2 * Camel. 
* t 9^IS)€| TO1I [ GJ3IQ1 6 9IQ€fcG§g9fll9e9 

9S99I9 9€*9! TOIIj 69QQ! — i 
3. Beggar's lute. 
«G#IGQ— S- 9. ( 9G<JI9+SIG2L 9 )— 

Kandolaka 9G$I9 t€*W). 

Kancjo la (See) 
9G$lfiWKli— *. 9. (9G$IG> + «) — 

Kandolabina QGfJia (•) (G9«i) 

Kandola (3) (See) 

QS^IOl— ^- $• 31- ( ©Gfll9+%1. Q ) — 

Kandoli 9G6JIQ (*) (G9«l) 

Kandoja (3) (See) 

9^IQ— €9. 9. (§?. *• 49==G«lftQIQ 6GHft)— 

Kandhai SCIOTO #1QIQ£*9I QIQ 9IO209GQ 
•tjp! ©99 S^Qi; $191^01; G«tf! ; qjadlOl— 

g£T Doll; toy. 

G9l^ QSfl ©00 G^IQQ &S£ 

9^|Q Qfl— G9. «.— aqfllGQ StolSSGQ 9<Ssa$»KJL 

Kandhai bibbs. 9Q9«WI%Ga 9«K>I 9*R 319199 

99199*1 aKjgJIGQ S3^99I9Q&9 Sfl*c& 

9QSJ — A mock-marriage played by 

children by giving two dolls (belonging 

to two children) in marriage. 

«£Q— 9IGQ. ( SIGR^Q ) 9— QI& G99I GSllfiW <Q 39IQ 

Kandhira . 93 — A kind of small creeper used 

for fuel. 

Karwjhei Kandhaa (See) 

giGQ. ( 0iewj? ) ^ - ^QQ 9Q g$ togq 9sa99i 

GIQl — The pins attached to the ends of 
an agricultural ladder. 
9€1— 3. 9. (M ai§_=S9 96191+©$- 9)— 
Kanwa «. | €q$9|?.EII99 0©l qpWa'SJ — 

. 1. A sage; the foster-father of 

SakuntaJS. 


> i aia— 2. Sin. 

. Yeast. 

9§— G9. 9. (3- Via %»-§. ^©0— ^QQj W«— 

Kat Catechu. 

Q§9§ 9€J9l— G9.8, (e. <Jl^=G9T^9) — flGglHfiigQQ 

Katkat karibS g^aiffgiOQrGQ SflGfp^iq ^- ^ 
- f^^FTl QQ9! — To tickle a man by touch- 

3^3fTSTT ing tender or excitable parts 

by fingers. 
9Q9S9QQI— 69. $\ — 9©90 9ft9l (GQG) 

Katkateiba Katkat kariba (See) 

9§Q£ll— f|IG9. (q^R^Q) 9. (g. 9$q)— 9$$— 

Katrani Scissors. 


QOQfl!— giG9. («l^QqSJ) 9,— Q©Q^ll (G9«l) • 

Katrani Katrani (See) 

Q^^a— SIG9. Wftiqj 9.— 90Qrf| (G9fl) 

KatriS Katrani (See) 

9©€)QI— giG9. ( SKtoqa ) 8. ( e. ^ yi^ )— 
Katriba ^ | 9%Q9lj 9^ft^iq 91191— 

1. To clip with scissors. 

j 1 ( i$& 209 ) ora^a^iq 91391 — 

2. To cut (a fruit ) wi the be k. 
99— •ST. 9. ( QQ y|§_=W 9Q9l+9$. «IO ) — 
Kata ^ 1 ^q$|9| ( OT «^ ) 

1. Nirimala ( See ) 
J I ftOI ( G9«i ) ( g. €I93ICIQ ) 
2. Kitba ( See ) 

^ 69- 9— ( sr. $a yi%)— GSif9iaiQ* aatecw 

^T 91 QIOQRfl 9tl99l; §Q^I^ 9fii91Q 9lt— 
The cutting of a quill or reed pen for 

c writing. 

999— e. §. ( 99 + flGa. « )— ^ I 99 ( €9«t ) 
Kataka 1. Rata ( See ) 

> i ( G9QhQ )-9% R9^t — 
2. A kind of foetid salt. 
999Q— G9. 9— <9 391Q 99 3s* — 

Katakala A species of Memosa Scandens. 

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Katapha^a Kata ( See ) 

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Katama 2IG99QT a&J^_G9ta3 9i§ 91 Qg- 9$Sfci^ 
©931 — ^1 G9Q* — One out of many. 

©©qooi— gig©. { w«9) 9— (*. Q© ai^+oiig)— 

Katarbagha G©l©8©lj SqfllO^ ©3091 OIQ* 

^iGOQQr 9ff© ©«©© «H9— Imaginary 

• scarecrow with whose story females 

frighten children to submission. 

4©Q—?f. OTOI9. 93. ( OT+©^Qti«ea. ©q)— 

Katara 9^9 3*1% G©fa3 9i§ 91 9§; $Q 9&1% 

Q©q— ^1 G©Q* — Which of the two. 

©©©— G9. §. ( S. ©$© 91 ©g 1 !; %©; g. ©9$= 

Katara 99«l€J )— §gi 9§<3l— Torn mat or 

ci^Mifl; ¥ Wt bedding. 

q&f& 9©<3 CQ!$ C$GQ Q CW 9©9— 390» I 

a. 3Wi9 6 9^1. $1— $9 %1 sai%G©fa§ ©Gtf— 

Which of the two women. 

©O© €l©— GQ. 9— <39«t©Q G2il©9©% Gpq9l «©— 

Katara gardi The long belt of thatching next to 

the summit of a thatched house. 

<©9qq$a— sigq. ( ©fc©, qa ) 9— 

Katarapuria Wgjfoa; GQ»-©I9I& 2*9 © g©| G9GQ 

99 0%49l ©ljgd.©»©G«a — 
A caste of Brahmanas who were engaged 
in the trade of merchandise from Calcutta 
before the advent of Eailway. 

©©gftQI— G9. © — q^Q^ 3G£J)€19iq S££ €km« 

Kataralaga ©QQ9I — Making a person ill and 

confined to bed by means of black art* 

£9.93— «s i 9$©i©9iidl eqct e$^ aaiia© — 

L Confined to bed by protracted 

illness. 


j i afl^iq swra gGsj^i stogq agitq^ 

Q091 €t§9^ — 2. Disabled from 
rising even from bed as a result of 
black magic applied by some enemy. 

"©©Q99W— ©9. 9— OaSRQi ( G<M ) 

Kataralagana KataralagS ( See ) 

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Katari . g$i q§^ll«!€J- 0©q— 

^T?t Torn mat. 

00Q8I -gie©- ( ^H^Q ) 9. ( ??. ©^ <9I 0%qi9 
Kataria ETOI QQ aOQI ^91^) — 

9G€J<3 — 1- An ornament worn by 
females on the hands. 
•> I ©%q — 2. Scissors. 

o©$«i1— st. 9. ( g. o^9i )— ^ i cat ©§58— 

Katarimi 1. Small pair of scissors. 

q^rdjt ^ I ©§_<3! — 2. Scissors. 

©©SQQOi— G9. 8— V I ^«^%^ $9GQ Q^ G9IQ^9I 
Katareiba 991^991 <$H S&* ©Wl^ 

1. To bind the cleft bamboos on the rafters 
of a thatch with a string. 

j I ««9 so) ©19 ^iq ©11 ©©a ff»% ©91 

Q91Q91 — 2. To strip the rind from 
cocoanut with the teeth. 

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3. To crop with scissors. 
©0^-G9G9. 9- ( a. ©§.) — 

Katal <. I aMi ©119k 9^ 99mI— 

^53\, MW 1- Murder; the killing of a person; 

^yg^ destruction; slaughter. 

J I Sjg£#l93lMr WW 9TO 9S)^j 993 6 qp 
( ^Q51 G9«t )— 

2. The third day of Mohorrum. 
G9G9. 93. (a. ©O^ ) — MI3 «i>99 — 

Murdered; killed; cut to pieces; 

- slaughtered, 

©O© ©Q©l — G9. § — CKj|«*%©l8 G99I; ©If G99I— 
Katala kariba o kill a person by cutting. 


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Katala rati WW* C"ste«iSIIGff 900310? $iq Q©$ 

ajRI3rc?& The night of the third day of 

Moho**utn. 

Qfcl— GQ. $. ($• Q^«0— ^ I Gfl* «^3j 9ISi— 
Kata 1. Small billhook. 

^rTT, *hdlil 2. A kind of dagger. 

^Th5t, ^"fastf * i Q@n £Tfi)Q Q9§3 scp — 
nBOTTF 3. Copra; outer rind of a cocoanut; the { 

stringy coat of a cocoanut. 

©|% WIQ QqQQl ©§ — 4. Fibre 'made 
by beating copra; coir. 
* I Q^SDQQIQ SKJGQ ©3© <3g£§> — 

5. Rope made of copra. 

G9. W. — 3© 33 6 9I€» — 

Very dry and juiceless. 

. What sort of. 

OOI9Q1 — GQ- M— ©©l«8D (GQ«l) 
Katakata Katalia (See) 

QQI QSIQQ! — GQ. 9* — ©91 Q§QI (G<W) 

Kata kashaiba K^tS kashiba (See) 

QQ1 0§QI— *CT. § — Q^Gq,^ ©g QMQ QQ9I 
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^1 fwl=f qiq Gsp^aigfeQ s^qw— 

5|fic«?5I^tT Rfc«W»T ntefT SvCHT To moisten copra before 

beating it to produce coir. 

QQ1 Q^©1 — €Q. 9. — ©©IGQ QSOft QSJ9 — ■ 

Kata daurda Coir-rope. 

Q©l Q$$ — GQ. 9. — V©t 9Q9I— 

Kata daurdi Coir-rope. 

QQI Q6JQI— GQ. 9 — ^€J?) ©«l Gft©l ©3G<5 TOIOgq. 
Kata baliba 9i©GQ 9WI — 

To twist copra into rope. 

90i QI60Q91 — GQ. §.— Q^BDGqfll^ ©g QI9IQ$Wh 

Kata bardeiba $%£<$ Qq$\q_ ^;o9^^)i $iq g9IQ 

9S19I — To beat copra into fibres. 


M»fiWB— GQ. W.— QOI9Q GOTO!; S3IQI QI^GQ DG§ 
Katalia g |§ w ^Fibrous like copra. 

Q«— 3. ^«roi^ 6 ^ (©fl + QftflieilGif. *IQ)— 
Kati t. 1 GQ€^> 9$1 — 1- How many ? 

J I QQSQ V&flW t— 2. How much. ? 

* 1 GQG© — 3. What much? 
"w I G9GTO — 4. Some. 

*IH GQ. 9. — ^ 1 ai^ ai«i — 
frar^iT 1. Side. 

<i9fli£ wsqsi 9©sa atQ 1 aqawQ. 9giaQQi«a 1 
^ I GffG 1 ^ — ^2. Proximity; vicinity. 

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* I ( S. 9© ei|^_=Qlf9l )— 9181 91 G9l99!q 
.gQlQ al<31fl|Q 911^! — 

3. Scraping of the sides of the ridge of*a 
paddy-field with spade. 
flIGQ. (ai©qQ) 9-GJ3^ IJJQQ ®Q£ ^g)|< g^@ : 
g|Q — The place ( itself ) 

( mi — qg&?q§ a$=qq^g$ l ) 

Ql. SJ.— v I ©«>*%— 1. To; near. 

*IW; ^tCf -> I ^gtGQ- OIGQ; ai«!GQ — 

**#* 2. Near; at. 

Q© ©§91— GQ. §. ( ?t. ©3jG )— §9 QQ ^QQ|. Ql^g 

Kati kariba 91 wip-Jiq ^9313^ g|§ q^Qj qi 

9IWI — To cu t slices of earth from the 

sides of a ridge, 

Q&Q— 91. $\ §$ — V 1 QG-^% ai€%- 1. Near. 

Katiki aglQ9iQ q^gca Gfl(9Q 9©9i^_ v* 9©9— 

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> I ^ 01%— 2. To. 

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09©^— ^ «. ( 90 + «©^ aifflGQ. ©©)— gqcoq^. 

Katichit ^©St^iQ; GOG©qp<l — Some. 

9«a— e. ^. ( 0Q+fl9iqG2L 61 )— GPG© ||©IQQ— 

Katitha Of some kinds; some kinds of; of how 

many kinds. 

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•oeaq— <?. w. ( 9©+e% QQIQQ )— 

Kafeipaya 9©0© ( G9<3 ) — Katichit ( See) 

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Katibidha Q93 ( GW ) 

(QQ^Ul — %1) Katittta ( See ) 

<$>«»—*• «*• ( W+«*S. > — 0QW S9G9 t — 
" Katisab How many at a time ?. 

<9©$«H— 3- S*H. 1°. ( Q§2l@; QQ+SW )— G9G9" 
Katisamkhya e<31«*Q — How many in number - 

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Kati haniba OWSl 91? WQ «9 OWIQ 9€*9h— 
To cut the overgrowing grass and earth 
from the border of a ridge of a paddy- 
field. 

' Katihayana How many years old ? ( MM. ) 

: ( 9991^1— 3J ) 

-9SI$— G"§G<?. S— <© SSIQ Wi aW 30I— A kind of 
Katira gum used as medicine for gonerhoea. 

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' Katua ^ I 99 R9el— 1. A big iron-chisel. 

> i Gil qiw ©sg$ Sm9§9 oioQa^oiqa- 

2. A wooden spade used for cutting earth. 

-OfcQ— G9- W- (S- «§}©>—<• I a»*l.«»VI— 
Katura 1- Cropped up; cut on the top. 

tfftl > I «$L<W <*%1 CQI^QI— 2. Cropped 

<hd<Tg^T or cu * ^7 * ne sc i ssors - 

-^fcj The act of cropping up (the hair). 

^q «jq— w. 9.-9* swa as qj s§9 9^991 

Katura ambula «fc|p — Soft sHces of unripe 
mango scrapped and seasoned. 


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Katuraiba" 

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9£Q qpi— GQ.Q-— «0 QQQI %% ^D^IQGQ Q%1 G^IQ^Q 
Katura gu5 q_sfl — Betel-nut cut into thin slender 

slices. 

9$Q 0i(S— W- 9.-^.1 9%g^iq 9«t G9l»a*l 
Eaturabala 9g9g G99— 1. Hair left oh the 
^*ltfpf head after cropping. 

*ratT53it*Tfc j i Q^qigiq ^%©tl G9IQ ogq 

©?1I GQIQ^Ql GOagS— 2. Hair severed from 

the head by cropping. 
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Katuria Q^Q^D^-Q^O^I, €^^fl S8Q 9©ftQI§ 

aOQi QfiQ-^-Thin bracelet of brass worn 
by lowcaste females below the elbow. 

OQ<J©l— GQ. § — V t aCl^aoftl a©Q! 9Q9lf9l — 
Katuribi 1. To out the outstanding or upper 
^fc\ portion. 

«?n3ff J I 9q<3BQ 9lfQI— 2. To crop witft the 

- <9<j^QI— aeg) seizors. 

*■ I 91? GWIjOIS TOW — 3. To destroy. 

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Katuri <. 1 Q^ogiaQ a^QGa^^ Q$Q— 

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J I 09 9Q1Q 9J«a— 2. A kind of arrows. 

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9°Qi, qpl, %9! XI^flflai^GQ- -«WKl ew 

<9 99IQ aOOTiGi — 3- A kind of bracelet 

made of mined metafc 

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©161^ 9a*€^-r4. S^isgor» &3r cutting 
g^d a^ ffllver leaf. 


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Katuri chalaiba To crop up; to cut. 

9Q3.A1 — G9. S>— G$% ©$53 — 

Katuruni A small pair of scissors. 

QqpqfiQ— £H€9. (CI8W) ©. (90. GO. 9§WQ&IQ°)— 

Kattasambatsara Q$|9 ^^gfl^Q 010*913 G€l<3 S919GQ 

Q?9I <l© QS19 — A festival observed by 

the Oriyas of G-anjam in the last week of 

March. 
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Kattruna ii©§)1 ; Sj99g$; gsi<& ©si^GSiS — 

$T. Q&|£[ — G$f§<a, A kind of scented grass; 

£QQ§|0, G9fa$9, Andropogen Schoenanthes. 

$©©, GO?©, €hlfl©, [ 3— <9I $QI SJQI G9IQ 

aflQ$© ©© €^ QIQ9GQ I «9IQ 3§> 

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Kattoya 3Q 9»1sj QQIfif ) — 

Wt — Wine. 

001— GQ. 9. ( St. 913; $. 9©l )— 
Kattha «1QQ — Catechu. 

©a— €Q. 9. ( a. q« ^— fliQQ — 

Kath Catechu. 

©q©— sigq. ( ^fiflfi-) §— oa© ( gq« ) 

Kathni Kathani ( See ) 

©a3— 91. «— ^ I G9f^9 Qai^SJG^ 9Q— 
KathauH 1. Beginning from a matter. 

> I QeiM^G^Q G9Q— 
2. In the course of conversation. 


©asfoai— gq. ^»— sm^i ( gq«i ) 

KathauHkatha Kathamkatha ( See ) 

©a°— *. «. ( ©91+ a^iqGa. a° )— 

Katham ^ t © g$HGQ— 1. How. 

^1 ©d ; 918©— 2. Why. 

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Kathamkatha ^ I GQQQ Q2JI ( p|g, QG9 ) — 
^«fT^«TI 1. Mere talk; verbosity. 

^ I ©6SMW0Q; aG'Shl^GQ 9QI9IS[ — 

2. Mutual talking; conversation; 

* I ^X\ qa— 3. Useless talk. 

GQ. 3. M.— «. J QaM^ r G9Q G9Q— 
^Th^rt^ 1. While talking or engaged in talk. 
-M VeiiggsrGQ— 2. In the course # of 

converlsatioiifc 
9219—^. ©. gL°- ( ©a ai^=©eQi+©(j[. a© )— 
Eafchaka ^ | Qg|— 1. Speaker; narrator. 

> I ©GaiQOTIj Gfl aiaiQOT ^BGIGQ QS|<I©2|L 

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2. One who narrates or recites mytholo- 
gical stories in public as a profession; 

rhapsodist.. 

• i fflS^lw^l— 3. A reader of dramas. 

9ao©i— sr. 9. ( 9as?+q9. ©1 )— 

Kathakata ^ | q^j^oai 9sl€!«*IQ^Q|Q $IS>9| — 

1. The profession of PaUrSiiika narrator or 

rhapsodist^ 
? I 9lsT©| —2. Fluent speaking; oratory; 

act of speaking. 

©aa©— 3. a. ( ©a°+3i©<aq sj^gq. oq )— 

KathaSchana g2||© ( gQg )— KathanTchit (See) 

©ago— <s. a. ( ©ep+fl©^ sisgq. oq )— 

KathaHchit v | q ggiGQ; © QaiSjGQ — 

1. How; by what means* 

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• 2. Any how; some how. 

I HI© p^jgq— 3. With much difficulty. 
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Kathana 9. | ££§ — 1. Speech; narration. 

-? I Q§*?l — *2. Act of speaking; reciting, 
narrating; relating (any thing). 

93©— N. ©■ ( *■ rercq )— 

Kathani «. | Qg9IG3l«H Q3l Ql SS^ — 
^(^ 1- Any thing worth saying. 

J 1 QQMIj CIQ— 2. Story. 

* I QaG>; Q§9I— 3. Speaking. 

G9. M — Oei^— Worthy of mention. 

glG9. ( WWR ) 9— Wksflj flqsw%— Folk-tale. 

$ei«iq— e. w. ( Q^ai^+eft asiq )— 

Kathaniya ^ | QCMGaiWj QgQIQ 6SIKh — 

1 . Fit to be said or mentioned. 
j I QqQh— 2. To be told or declared, 
v I Q^STiq— '3- Describable. 

Kathambhaba , "What kind. 

^ w _ q & kj© ( gqs ) — Kathambhuta ( See ) 

Kathambhuta ^ I QSj©. © gSIQj ©flIQIQj «%a- 
qjQIQQ — 1. What sort of; what kind of. 

2. Very strange or wonderful. 

9eiq£— «. §• ( ©9©o©Wb giolQ as* ) — aiasia6 

Kathayanti ©$QOQGQ ( G% GWIOT ) «>£fc ©^ 
2lQgvs-(he or they) Is or are saying. 

931—3 . $. qi. ( ga a!^=Q§Ql4-^>. «+%1. a )— 
Katha *. | €Hj- '©ftltflj QaiflhIO— 1. ' A feigned 

story; a tale; fable; folk-tale. 

2. Conversation; talk. 

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* I Sfc§ — 3,-^peech. 

* I W; ©l3}l> *Kfl«W— 

4. Information; news; message- 

* I €J©IQ$ — 5- Utterance, 

9'\ ©$3 9©l© — *>* Solemn promise; word. 
5> I QSI — 7. Language; words. 
r I Oa*— 8.|True3facts. 


tj | ^gsa — 9. Matter; subject. 

<.° I 9W; g©QQ— 

10.- Proverb; saying; adage. 

<a i ©g £Ma^'e©ta3 sg.— 

11. Something; anything. 

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V^ | <a§£>| — 12. Happening; event; incident. 

^* I QQGQei — 13. Advice. 
K.v 1 2l<^Gqa — 14. Bequest. 
O I S9Q1 — IS* Condition; plight. 
V5> I OWeiT-16- Order. 

17. Meaningless op unintentional course of 

talk or conversation. 
Kr I Q$. ©ISi— 18. Act. 
V^ I ^IQ^I — 1^' Sentence. 
>o | 09—20 Word. 
^^ I S^fif — 21. Reference. 
sj I wWj SAGQ90I— 22. Discussion. # 
^* I g^lQ — 23. Proposal. 
>v t ©QQQ — 24 - Rumour. 
^* I Q^Qal — 25. Account; description. 
.?£ 1 ^9 Q93i — 26, Secret. 
S9 I G^fS« 03— 27.^Verbal contract. 
jr_\ acrl^lQ— 28 - Promise. 
J»e I QQI95 03—29. Agreement. 
«o 1 sq.,; gQSI— SO. Words; resolution. 
•CI «^ 91 ^Ql^- 31 - Fame or notoriety. 

«»7 I aOQ^l — 32 - Conduct. 
C0CME9 9t BqjOlflW«a|iil 

GQ. 9. (*. ^i a. <WB)— <3QQ— Catechu. 

VIOTtair 1. To gather secrets or true facto, 

Ifeom othera. 


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2. To carry news or message from one 

person to another. 

* I GOM 91501^ Swfe 91 gQ 9919 ^91 — 

3. To enact a confession or sure promise 

from a person. 

9£H $OKaQt— G9. §.— ^ I 3^19 90.91 — 

Katha uthaiba 1. To propose. 

^TN&ft > I 691*3 9^9 9Q9I - 

2. To spread ill of something, 

* i G9?$i§ G«iit4 M€j S9ts 6 9nig, 9$9l— 

3. To give out a matter and spread it. 
931 €^OQ» — €9. $ .— <. I Sg.19© G99I— . 

Katha uthiba 1. Being- proposed, 

^Tl ^1 GQ91 — 2. (any news) Being current. 
9St €&9GQ QSJI ©901— GQ. § .— <* ! MQ 919s GOT 
Katha upare katha kahiba q G^qC 9211 9g[9l— 

1. To speak before another person 

finishes . speaking . 
? \ 2191& $!9GQ q%M«^QQQ €991— 

2. To give insubordinate replies or 

retorts to one's elders. 

•9£ll« ©eilO— G9. $ . Q&—K 1 g$ 02JIGQ— 

Kathae kathae 1 '[ In every word . 

^TEf ^fji* 2. In every matter. 

9ai9#iG9— G9. s\ w.— 9ai«3 gai<i (gq«) 

Kathakathake Kathae kathae (See) 

931 9Q9I— G9. $ .— V 1 q§ 9$9I ; €« 99(9 95191- 

Katha* kariba 1. To enter into a pact or 

^«Ti^?I1 agreement. 

> 1 G9fa§ Wi 9Q9I— 2. To do an act. 
931 9991 -G9. $.— V €l«a 9Q9I — 
Katha kahiba * 1. To talk. 

WfiWl ? I SjeneNIW 9§9I— 2. To narrate a 

*ra v «R*«it; Sfclfafer H5T*rT . fable or folk-tale, 

* i 9191 ^©IR^I 9ft91.—-' 

3. To utter words; to apeak. 
v 1 ^ 5^1Q9t — 4. To open one's mouth. 

Katha kirjhiba To give out something suddenly. 


> I G9l<3 9IS9I— 2. To find fault with. 

931%— siiw. (^«qsd w. (e. 9219)— 9i^ oa©— 

■ KathSku Talkative. 

9ai% 80^91— GQ. '5*.— S€f9 91 OQ ?!GQ 9Q9I— 
Kathaku aniba To deem adequate or reasonable. 

9ai%9ai— G9. 9.—^ I G9tel§ 9i§Q^GQm9 92JIGQ 
Kathaku katha ' Q2D99I Q^Q— 1. Word to word; 

reply to every question. 
; I 92Hg?l€r; 9G£JIQ9a9 — 

2. Conversation; course of talk. 
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3. Act done on proper or suitable occasion. 

931% 9Q9I— GQ. $ — G9f^l9 QGQCIm Q Q& G99Q 
EathSku kahiba 9IQ9i^ 9Q9i™To speak some- 
thing only for speaking, 

Oai%93«— GQ. 9—{ «OhQ )9@9I 9«^% QQ^ig- 
KathSku hasiba qq$\ — To mock at one's word. 

9£IWj|§M— 69. 9^1— 93l%9l9a ( G9«l ) 
Kathftkuha KathSkuhalia ( See ) 

9ai%3>!^ — G9. 9^1 — 9#l%$!Q2fl ( GQ«I ) 
Kathakuhali Kathaktihalia ( See ) 

9ai%®iS)ai— G9. w— \ j G9 9ai q§ qigq— 

KathakuhSliS 1. One who eta talk. 

> I Ga 9191^1 91 ClfiJ 9G^>— 2- One who 

narrates stories or folk-tales. 

* 1 Gja§) ; G3 <J&G©^q.©Kl 9G9 91 9G9 — 

3. One who talks too much. 

* \ 9j€^ 9%S05 9I9<£9 — 4;. Talkative. 
9QIG9 92IIS9— G9. Q. M— 9SW 92«<1 ( G93 ) 

Kathake kathake Kathae kathae ( See ) 

^«trc ^*tfa . «aiG« «aie« Gates aifi*a$ fti i flawio- flsisisi i 
9fill g§IQ9l— G9. # ■— ^ I G9?^l3 9^G9 G€l^ 9tN( 
Katha chhi^^aiba 95191— 1< To finally settle a 

matter. 
; IQQ 9€$i — 2. To enter into a contract. 


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Being finally settled. 
' I €J§ C9IQfl9l — 

2. The completion of a contract. 

Kathatia One who simply talks (without acting). 


9QI@— QiGQ. ( q*WS9 ) 9. ( S. MG; MITOI ) — 
Kathani ^ej|- Q19lS — Story; folktale. 

oai^a— gi€Q. ( s*wqs ) est -9lc^ <aa§>— 

Kathatua Talkative; garrulous. 

931 6QOI— G9. S — 3Q@I ©€W»I 5 $QQ ©919 G99I— 
Katha deba To give one's word; to promise 
^TteT©^1 solemnly. 

901 GWSQ O 991 — OT. 9— V I «»Q 9IQ«t «K?iQ 

Katha dehare na jiba £ig?«i G99I — 1- A person's 

words to be unbearable to another. 

J I 93QQ q^Q 91 W G^t «Oh QigQ 

aQ«HQI©Q©l GIQ G991 — 2. Becoming 

envious at another's prosperity. 

©fill MQQI — GQ. $ — G$tel§ 9h§Q eg? 9KM 3Q 2KJQ 
Katha dhariba q^qi q[ og qsiGQlGQI 9Q9I — 
<£*tf*^1 To object to or pass strong remarks 
^T?r q^t^fT against anothers words. 

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©ai fciQ ©gQi — gq. s. — <. 1 oai aQ9i (G9«j — 

Katha dhari basiba 1. Katha dhariba (See) 

J I GQ?3§ Q4WI 91 9^GQ eiOG9»Q^9l $9% 

9§Q!ft qffGQ €$91—2. To keep in 

mind the impression of something and 

to be affected thereby. 

* I ©Sl^ 8Q 9§9I — 3. To be obatasato; 

(in something). 

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Kathanika gaitf 9iw1 QI4 aipte 9G2Ua92K? ?l^ 

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A kind "of folktale consisting of 

dialdg*ies. 


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Katha neba 9I9EQ Q€^9I — 1. To cause a person 
^psffcjsg^Tt to give out a secret. 

GWi — 2 - To carry a message from 

a person. 

* I Wfcfi 9*§Ol^gQ 9919 9<M W9I — 
3, To take a promise from a person. 

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Kathantara 1. Opportunity for talking on a 

subject. 
j | OIQHI^Q — 2. Another word. 

* I «3Qh 99Q — 3. Another matter. 

Ml a9ifi*S»l— CT. 8. — > I G«T^3 9^Q 3IGQ©9f 
Katha pakaiba ^O a iaff Q€l9l — 1. To introduce 
^fft^rl a discussion on somthing. 

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qqqI — 2. To put forth (something) for 

discussion. 

.oat qi©9I — go. $".—*. i saatfiQ ©919 Qg»ft9l - 
Katha Tpaliba 1. To keep one's promise. 

^T1 *tt^T^?l ^ | ao^Q 2IG9€t aift© QQ91 — 

<i fdlftM l 2. To obey another's behests. 

Kathaprasanga ^ | ©atQ gsjl9 91 28Q5J— 

1. Course of conversation* 
J I ©GaiaS'alO— 2. Conversation. 

* 1 Q9|Q — 3. Rumour. 

v I 3GW 3QIQQ Q2iiq^l— *. Talk on 
" various subjects. 

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fesses to cure «iake-bite by Mantras. 
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Kathaprasan^ire QG2IIOQ60$£$I— 

^1«i^f In the course, of conversation; while 

KathS l*itiba 1- The coming out erf words 

' ^1 '^eRt^rt from 13*©" tndifth. 

*. .. . %, Divulgence of a secret. 


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Katha barffiaiba 91 gpqQQ ^iq'siQI^ &GQQ 91 

TT?f ^5TtTT To complicate matters. 

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KathabaH 2lGTO^.S><] Q^Q <\Q§> 9^ eiGff9^g)<] 

A collection of fables or sayings. 

901 ©ft@®|— 69.-9*-90l 9G&Q9I (G9$! ) 

Katha balijiba Katha baleiba ( See ) 

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Katha baleiba £!Q$£f QQ9I --1. (matters) Going 
^ttft^Sl or proceeding too far. 

^Tcr fa^ grT j 1 9^ wgi <^iqi — : 

2. ( condition ) Becoming desperate or 

critical. 

* I SS9l%SQ§9i 9Q9! 39^1 — " 
3. The state of being beyond one's power 

or control, 
90191©— 69,9 — 90iQ§Qi6Q Q^OI "(flip 9I&CQ $69); 
Kathabaji 9iei,£>9|. 999l%«-q$?9JQG? — 
'4$faNPt Talkativeness; bragging. 

qsiq — oto q^q 1 
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Kathabartta ^ I 9G0IQ921Q — 1. Conversation; 
^stW#1 * talking to one another. 

fencrf-33 f I Siqhasi; 9I9hIS)IQ— 2. Speaking terms. 
°r> I 09Q9 fl^ll — 3. Consultation. 

e. 9—^99 S9IQQ 9G0ia90a (8- wsisr)— 

Much talk. 
901 9I9IQ9Q9I— G9. $ — «* I *I9i 9s§OI^ qg 933 
Katha baharakariba QQId 9^391 — 

^tt 3lfer^3l 1- To bring out a secret from a 

3FI3 ftal<AHI * person. 

> I QQl<S& OQO 3gl9 Sjagig© 9Q9I — 
2. To bring out a new proposal. 
901 QI9IQ9I — G9. 9—^ I q«1^9IG0Hlf fl G99I — 

Katha bahariba 1 . Words coming out of the 

, =Wt 3tf^3?e^1 mouth, 

2. Divulgence of a secret. 


901 q89I— 69. §— (G9fa§ 9h§9) «UG9a 91 ^9Gqa$. 
Katha bhangiba qgi q 9Q9I— To disregard one's 
^^ ^W order or request. 

901^31— 69. 9,-W* 90 ^il^+q<3 <% J— 
Kathabhasha . 90191^1 ( G9«i ) 

Kathabartta ( See ) 
qo aaQi-q ^q <ai§e sa^Q saicsi Qgg 1 

901 fil©9l— G9* 9 — 901 9QIQ9I ( GQ« ) 

Katha majiba ., Katha barjhaiba ( See )."■ 

oeiiaie— $.'9<a."( 9?3l§ ; 901+fli^ )— 

Kathamatra ■ 901919 ( GQSI ) 

Kathasara ( See ) 
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Katha maniba 9^91^ Sli^j Q|Q9 gQ$| 91 ^gQQ 
WWrf" , SI99I— To obey or respect one's 

^Ta«d*wi order or command or request. 

QaifllQt — e v 9- ©0I9» ( GQ«1 ) 

Kathamala Kathabali ( See ) 
90iq|«Q|— g. 9- 9019ft ( 69«l ) 

Kathamalika Kathabali ( See ) 
901 9«)9l-69. 9. ( CT. 901 + §£> aiq_ )— 

Katha miliba <. | (e^f^g Q g^ Q) ^ ^ 3^ ^^ 

^^f^Tr 9991—1. Ascertainment o£ true facts 
^T?T ft«RT ^ or state of affairs. 

-" ' ^09 giqgg^ G99I -2. Agreement 
. "between the opinions or plans of 

different persons. 

* I Qtf9 9§9 90I^G€f ac^ 9«i§9 9019 Gfl» 

91 QlflaqH G99I— 3. Tallying of the 
stories given by different persons. 

* t SWQ flGQW q9 flQ^GQ 9011391— 

4. Ascertainment of a person's wish. 

93ig[«— 3. 9. ( ^.qi qq. 9en + q<a )— \ 1 9019^— 

Kathamukha 1. The beginning of a tale. 

> I S^Q 8909391; q«19^— 
2. Introduction to a book. 

* I 9IJ99 Sg.1991— 3. Prologue. 
901. G«lt 9991— €9. # — 901 901^91 ( G9S1 ) 

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* ^s(fa ^fl matter or subject. 

■ ~J \ Q$Q 9211 91 Q<aq 910^9 QGWQ" GS9I 

©flG^' SiQGS© £JG9 — 2. Not a thing 

meant to be acted upon. 

* I €J€W6J3I€1h 9^J— 3. A matter worth 

consideration or mentioning. 

v I £)Q&9 919*1 — 4- Meaningless words. 

* I 9IG£> 931; aQIQaMQ 9211; 3319 931— 

5. Useless matter. 
-Qai 9©Qi— GQ. $ — 9211 ,fll©9l; SflGQeij Q3G9S 91 
Katha rakhiba TOGqa 8IOTIGQ Qish 9€19I — 
^*tf ^Ti To obey one'e order; request or 

3T<T *3sRI commands. 

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•KatMrambha <l | q^Q SMQq— : 

1. Beginning of a story. 

> i s^sfq ^aio — .. : 

2. Introduction of a subject.- 

WQ Q§>— G9. 9—^ I 92JI 9§9IQ q^ 91 ©ST~ 
Kathara sandhi 1. A clever mode of expression. 
9aiQ ss>, S3 aw «i<i gvi^q si®— ©a*i 
'; I G9fa9-W$Q Q93i 91 fltf— 

2. The secret of any matter. 

* I flGQIfcl 919s— 

3. Incomprehensible words. ;."-* 

Qai Q$9I— GQ. 9 — ^ 1 ( G9fel§ 9m§Q ) ^QGQa 91 
Katha rahiba «KjGqa ai©Q G99I— 1-: One's advice 
^Wt^ ^651; or directions being followed. 

^tl «tfa1 -* I 99319^ q^ia 91 ^pjq 9§91 — 

^T?tT$S|T 2. Notoriety or good name 

being published. 

( aai— eat Qgaq qeqqiq^.) *- 

* I QWiOSLM 9§9I ; 9Q9iQ$^3$§ Qg9l— 

3. (one's actions) Being commemorated. 
v| QQ^Q^agg 9g9t — 4. Bad name 

surviving a person, 

*• I 3903? 9ZdG9 9919 g 9 G99|— 
5. Completion of ap agreement between 

two persons. 


901$ TO©)'— GQ. 9. — V I QflOt^QS^OWQl — 

Katharu baliba 1. To be beyond one's power or 
•" '^tWCT Ttffe ^«1fl control. 

?ta& 3t^:%rt - j i ejiG9€i qi «iqcqa -*y*a© oci9i 

v^H 9 Sii£>9l— - 2. ^o dfsobey or transgress 
one's order or advice. 
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Katharu baieiba Katharu baliba (See) 

©at$ QIQIQ— GQ. Qd— *IGQa 91 ^a^-Q<TO9t<3 — 
Katharu bahara Disregarding an order or 

.-■ "sWtWWUlftr < ' advice. 

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Kahare achhi ■* 1. So the saying goes, 

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Q3jWT?r% - ^. So people say. 

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Kathare kahanti Kaffchare achhi (Bee) 

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Kathare kahi Kathare achhi (See) 

«aiGQ €>8oi— G9. 5\— qg 91 99*GQ aqg 9R9I> 
Kathare jiniba qoGQ 0^1 G99I — To vanquish 
^t^ 1Ir1 by reasoning or argument; to foil or 
^T?fit f*fa*n overpower by argument; to win in a 

wordy duel. 

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Kathare thiba QaG9€! ?f^9IGQ 9ldn 9C19! — 

^$tf3 ^t<Fl 1. To act according to one's order or 

^ra$ *3?n; ^ra*f %t*H advice. 

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2. To b«f subservient to another. 
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Kathare pariba Kathare jiniba (See) 

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Kathare bahakiba G9«Qt«l 9211 9991; SIQG9I- 

©Q 0211 9§9l — 1- To talk irreverently 

-or beyond the bounds of decency. 

* I 39GSI9Q 91 . WBJg© 9«i99tQ.9Q9l — 

2. To deal improperly or indecently; to 
mete out improper treatment, 
OaiGQ Q9QI— G9. «.— 92IIGQ ^91 (G9«) 

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Ktbare hatiba To be Vanquished or foiled or 
^ffa ^cNte?d overpowered in argument. 

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Katha suniba 1. To hear one's words. 

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2. To understand words spoken to one; to 

respond to a call. 

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91 QI£>9l-^3. To obey or respect one's 

orders or request. 

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2. To attend to another's advice. 

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Kathasachiba Ql©^ Q<^gQC(€Q OOTfldO Qsg- 

- Counsel; barrister; pleader. 

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Kthasarit Kthasariteagara ( See ) 

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Kathasaritsagara q^qq efl9<3Qr 3<?g<gy SI^IGQ 

©i<? a^lsr ©Q9e©iwia carciew 9$- 
ew^iq ^©Q to© qs) 91 ^aiehi© qg#— 

The title of a work of fiction or stories 
composed by Somadeba Bhatta at 
the instance of Sriharsha, king of 

Kasmira. 

[<g— sogg-Q ©is '39©^ ©ai* i <q\ g&iioI- 
qsiGQ-siqa I <J?i%siQe39 ©st gsicigw ©| 

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Kathasariba 1. The conclusion of a story. ■ 

Gffl «a»? 9QQ, tfQ «a?:9g— 919K1I 1 
J> I STOIS QS9I— 
2. Happening of ruin. 

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Q1GQ QIg*^Full of verbiage; one wbo 
promises many things but performs 




.nothing; hollow sounding; uttering high 
% - sounding words; ending in words 

only. 

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Katha heba g^gQ qygQ Q^g q^qi — 

^^ ^©^1 1. To enter into a contract or pact 
STSri^BftTT or understanding^ 

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^ I 9aiQ|$! G99I — 2 - To talk; to converse. 

* i a^Slsf 9€19I — 3. To consult. 

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( a matter ) Being settled after a talk* 

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Kathita -1 | ^—1. Said; spoken of; told. 

> I 9§9; 9Q© — 2. Mentioned; described. 

* I 9hI'3IhIO — 3. Expounded; explained, 
v 1 £$©fe© — 4. Uttered; pronounced. 

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It is said; so the saying goes. 

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?lliJlQ^lQ8 9^191^ 9QSJ — 
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- ^ ©QQ91 — Reduced to a tale; existing 

only in words or books; a mere matter 

of history; no longer ifi -existence.. 

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Kathunkatha of conversation; topic of 

conversation. 

2. Anything worth mentioning. 

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3. Kathamkatha' (See) 

98*9611 6991—91. 5* — * I 9eil9igf G99i — 

Kathunkatha heba 1. To talk or converse. 

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2. To have a general talk or discourse. 

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Kathu pitha A cake made of rice-flour. 

9d 6SM— fllGO- ( WKR ) ^ — <a«felO ^92H G^€! 
Kathu heba G99I— Suffering long from eye-ache. 

9G2i1QQI9— 3- 9. (931 + ^019)— 91*99 £$1991- 

Kathodghata 9G3S— A kind of prologue. 

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Kathopakathana <. I gj§ g€L§— 

1. Mutual question and answer; dialogue, 
> \ 9£JI9I§[ < — 2. Conversation; verbal 

intercourse. 

9QV-e. ^- (90 ai$_+9* «)— MWJ (cqo) 

Kathya Kathaniya ( See) 

99 (*!$)— e.—^ I 99J€ €991—1. To spread. 

Kad (root) ^ I 911^0 Q9Q|— 2. To be distressed, ■ 

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Second written statement of the defendant 

to meet the plaintiff's second 
statement. 


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99— S- 9<3, .(9«1«, 9»+^l aiSL=G99l + 9<3. 

Kada g) — ^SlQ|i39 — Giving happiness; 

"■"-■- pleasant. 

^. ^ — GW — Cloud. 
999 — S. 9- (99==G^ + 9; G9 G^<3 Q^ Q^l 9<) — 
Kadaka ^<d\Q» s <^n —Awning; canopy- 

99QQ— e. 9. '9*llj % t +S9Q i %ai9G9 9© ^GQ€1)— 

Kadakeihara q^o 3SQ 91 GQ^I —Bad writing; 

* clumsy writing- 

q. M. ff. (9$§1§)— J3I9IQ Ig^Q 993*1— 

(9QSq — £D One who writes a bad or clumsy 

hand. 

99^"— 3- 9. (^li'%+-«Ci ^L^I Q SQ 9©-WG9fl)— 
Kadagni qQIQ • aq QIW — 

Indigestion; dyspepsia. 

e- M- (9?9l§) — ag fli9i Gqei^g, — Dyspeptic. 

99^1— 3". 9. (9^ai ; ^+aa9«aai Sl a^SQQ^ 

Kadadhwa sfiG9a) — f I 9321—1- Wrethed road. 
J I qpid — 2. Bad way. • 

One given to evil ways or gone astray, 
999 — g* 9* (99 aJ4-9lBJ9 «9^|i '^ Qlsi ^W + 
Kadana Q9. 39) -M fll9i«l— 1- Killing. • 
- > I a)9Q — 2. Oppression. 
« | ^Qjg — 3. Destroying, 
•a- 1 gig — 4. Sin. 
- *l q.9—5. Fight. 

^» I 9^— S.JEubbing; pressing. 
9 I 39919 — 7.;Langour. 
r I 9^ — 8. Trouble. 

99^ -e. 9. (9*H> q.+ ^> ^LiPGQ 99,»C9§) — 

Kadanna V I ^ ^^i a<ai9i— : ■ 

1. Bad or unclean food. 


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2i Food not properly boiled. 

* I §£© GQ9 QQQ 91 €I|QQ 3IQ— 

3. Food cooked by a low-caste person. 
v 1 8Q01^9l3 ogfrl «<&-- 

4. Food begged of others. 

(QO^I — $1) Fond of unclean food. 
TOW*— tf.9. (9*113%+ aro^ SLSIW^Q© «t69«) — 
Kadapatya <. I qgft q4$IQj qQI9»(9 g£ — 
1. Unworthy scion of a family. 
J I 90I9IQ S$!S> — 2. Deformed child. 

Having a deformed or unworthy child. 

qqqq — GO. 9- '*• so ai3=QiiqoewiQ. 999) — 

Kadabada *. I 9GQQ9G9Q; a^tillj 890*1 GQ3 — 

$1941^1 1. Trouble; harassment; affliction. 

ttPft suffering. 

J I C99GI — 2. Pangs. 

GO. W — G90Q13I9; 9 q f 9W- 
fosft, $fa3ft Afflicted; harassed; troubled. 

999980— Ql- M— ^ I ©^i 999Q — 
Kadab&dia 1. Harassed. 

|tT5f •> 1 9%S0-2. Painful. 

9991 — GO. a. ( * 99» 91 ) — 

Kadaba ^ 1 G9fel§ QflCJGQ — , 
1$t; ^IK 1* At any time. 

> \ Q©© — 2. Hardly; scarcely. 
<*> 1 gq9S>8 — 3. Perchance. 
■w I G9G9 G9G9— 4. At time 
99QK— 91. JW -$091 ( G0& ) 

Kadabae Kadaba ( See ) 

QMlira— *. 9. (9*11; %+^ISj %glQGQ 90 
Kadabhyasa tllGOa)— SQ «QiW— 

Bad habit* 
QOfl— G9G0. 9- ( CI. 993 =C1!0 )— 
Kadam * ^ t Q4,Q CiQ^Gas— 
i&m 1. A kind of measured trot of a 

%*&l trained hot 8& 

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J> I 0$$ fH^glQj qti&l G9G« ^Q Gdl^ 
3fcHGQ $pl #$Q— 2. Foot-step; pace. 

* I aiQ — 3. Foot. 

v i qgq|. fll9iqi— 4. Power. 

* I QQH €19 6 £Jg — 5» A species of tree and 

its flower; Nauclea Oadamba* 
^ ^ — 9GSI©EPft — With hairs standing on 
end through joy. 

QQAGI9— GO. 9- * I W^qgTO GQ^lSQI Qld9C€4 — 
Kadamagachha 1* A firework resembling the 
•s^m Kadamba flower when illumin- 

«^T ated. 

J I Q9*V( G9« ) 
2. Kadamba ( See ) 
©QflqQ— GO. 9- GSH9IQ QQq C1Q— * . 
KadamachSli Strutting of a trained horse. 

Kadamarasul QQ&Q — Wiq^ Q9^,Q£? 8'0S>Q 

A Mahomedan temple of worship 
in the town of Outtaek, 

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QQW W9«S|9 ^ 9Q9I ^lff«« Q^«GGi ^g 

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Kadaina 1. Young ( buffalo ) 

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9oi9€ti <!Q g^lQ^IOi-A kind of food 

prepared from parched paddy. 

OOfl — jjIG^, ( qq,ftiQ ) Q- GSH9IQ «Ofl ^Si — 

Kadami Measured or dancing trot of a trained 

horse. 

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^n rainy season and ita flower; Anfchoce- 

q. g<^ phalus.Oadamba ( Haines ) t 

n, wfl [ 5 — <rai flag, Miq- fijww* alwuk 

fl. qSWW qq, SIQQ, 9^W&, %% <9i etf> 
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^ I ggqj — 2. Collection; multitude. 

©GQ «fc 9>Q WKIO I C39^|- Qq06%l© I 

* t c% <?Q; «1— 3. Group; swarm; party. 
' •* I 3<3% GSIIW— 4. Mustard. 

5. ( Astronomy ) Poles of the ecliptic 
W."S - WOiQOTS — Eame of a demon. 

W- QS1— 2BTOSQ WVg* £& GQG?1IJ©J 
9G<fe^— Horripilated with sudden joy. 
SQ^q— *. q. ( wk+gi&ci. Q )-*<&, ( #>« ) 
Kadambaka Kadam : a ( See ) 

Kadambapushpika A creeper; Sphareanthus 

Kadambamulia QQ Qia§} ) — £Kj8~ 

(Loving lib play at the foot of a Kad&mb* 
t, re e ) — An epethet of Srikrushna. 

Kadambajashti $€*3FH 9H$S>9 £0*31 — 

(Astronomy) Line joining the two poles 

©f the ecliptic* 

Kadamba Kadam* ( See ) ^ 

Q9 q —WW. Q. (a.)-*-* i + «aio* a®— 

Kadar 1- A strategical point or poeitddn; 

^ra a convenient hold. 

-^ ->-l QQl^— 2 - Plan * 

* I GQfaQ— 

3. Stratagem; artifice; tactics. 


** I 3M&9ICI -^4. Opportunity. 
*l €W«i SB QiW-r5. Secret. 
9 I *W 5 Wil9l— 6. Prestige; respect, 
flK9. (tfWBS) $. — ^ | WIS— 1. Faulfe . 

* \ 9 J" 2 - Defect* 

* I ^PQ©| — 3. Weakness. 

©0Q9I9Q — WC9. ? — fi«|««^ QQIOSd^- 

KadarkSdar J Vigilance; strategy; tactics. 

*^*fl»K< Watchful; tactical, 

O^Q^QIQ— WW. 9*1. ( sri. )— ^ I QiQa<GqQ) i ©a€f 

Kadardan CQ« aa^llQ ^!*9 0J *« ^QIQ QCQ — 

^H^M 1. ( a person) Who admits his fault. 

2. One who appreciates merit. 

Kadara . <. | OorQ^Q €»-* 

1. The thorny Acacia tree. 

^ I 9^ — 2, Frumenty. 

* J 99|£j — 3. Means, 
v | <go — 4. Exertion. 

* i CIS; WJs» — 5 * Stratagem. 

$> I S^ 8qQ^€a9 — 6. A^petty disease* 

7. Brown catechu. 

Kadara updiba To be on the look-ont for an 

opportune time or place; to try to find 

out a weak positionof the enemy, 

Q9Q ^QQir-W- * - — wfaa fleq« 9$9i— 

Kadara kariba . To apply tactics 

9QQ0IQ— €9GQ. M. ( ^. ) — €^f«^— 

Kadaradar ^' * Strategical; tactful, 

Kadaria t Kadaradar ( See ) 


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Kadartha ^ | GQfelS WQ 9$Va&- # 

1. Misinterpretation; bad- sense or meaning 

given to an expression. 
> I qff© 91 S>9-i SG2|OT 9t QGTOh — 

2. Evil intention, 

3. W. ( Q$§lg )— ^ 1 "Qm^— 1 Ineffectual. 
-M ©000 — * * " 

2. Without any sense or meaning. 

3. Having a bad meaning or sense. 

4 Attaching a bad meaning or sense to 

* an expression; misinterpreting. 

. - ,QK §. 94 (#. 9Q®)— 9Ql8— On any account; 

for any consideration. 

( aai— £ Gaoi^wef 9^ ^lg* I ) 

9Q&>— $,' 9. ( SL+.eia _^!^+^9. «K? 5 %QI9G^ 

Kadarthana q© 8IC<5>€l) — 1 I q$© 2ia$Q£l — 

1. Taking a word or thing in a bad sense; 

• misjudging; misinterpretation; 

misunderstanding. 
J I 21OTITOI— 2. Insult. 

«• I 319919 GQ9I — 3. Vilification. 

v I ^^I^OI — 4. Humiliation. 

5. Oppression; harassment. 
£ I ^siQj 9991—6. Adversity. 
G9. 9~9^l — Trouble. 
QQefoi- $• 9* ( 99efo + tfl. sfi )— QQaff ( G9S ) 

Kadarthana Kadarathana ( See ) 

doSfe— 9. 94. [ %=%fa9+a^©=(aeTai3_+9& 

Kadarthita O)**!©^] — «. I <j$l©siaGQ '$£1991— 

1. Misinterpreted. 
J I 9QH 9 ~2.ffiumiliated; misjudged. 

* J <^iQ — 3. Soiled; desecrated; vilified. 
v I @9!©Q — 4. Persecuted. 

* t al§)9 — 5. Oppressed; tortured. 

OQefol— CQ. ( 9Qh ) 3 . ( 3* 99^9 )— 9f $991— 
^ Kadarthiba To trouble; to afflict. 

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9Q€a-G9. ( : gtei|Q 091) a. ( 2iq$>. g-. >sa° ) — 

Kadarthe -7— ^ I Q\QQ — 1. The reason why,. 

asio woca «Qeae§ Qq g$9 — 

: . -> I (3- 993°) Q9S<i q9GQ— 

2. In an awkward or horrible manner. 

»aqia. QG190 1 

Kadarjya ^ | q^o— 1. Bad; clumsy; nasty;; 

( 99&OI— 9 ) awkward; base. 

^ 6 aq^es a^ift w set— 

2. Miserly; niggardly. 
* I GG3<g — 3. Covetuous. 

4. Petty; abominahie.. 
G9. ^.— ^ I ^a$l 9M§— 1. A miser. 
71 9©^I; ©&IW— 2. Humiliation. 

1 . TTncleansed; dirty.: 
J> i GffiffoO; ^QH©— 2 . Humiliated. 
*» I SJl§i|^ — 3. Oppressed, 
•w I PWfili © m % } WWfi-4. Afflicted with 

pain; sorely troubled^ 
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Kadarjyata Badness; awkwardness^ 

Kadala a)— OTfifl {%) {QQ<Sl) 

-. Etfa^J (l)(See> 
GQ..Q.— sli 4 §lH $10 QIQQCaS-*- 

Jfanie of a low caste. 

Kadalia Having the shape of a plantain 

, ( gai - qqqsd a^ 1 ) 

QOS^AOftl— GQ. *Q.i-<Q" SOIQ Gflft. V\Q— <]9|Q 
Kadaliachampa cjqq y»| — A kind o£ white- 

riced coarse paddy. 
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Kadali malijS (See)- 

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dfc GS Wjp$9 <W> $« ) — 

^ I QcjtQQ — 1- Plantain-tree. 

J I QUIETS — 2. Plantain; banana; 

Musi Sapientum. 

3, A kind of fleet-footed deer. 


9Q(n>1— %. 
Kadali 

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9tQ$19§q 

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qqoEroi; * I 9gfeaGQ 9lgfiG99l ©ai^l— 

fiaSUq-QQ^sl; 5. Elag flown on the back of an 
qcgai; * ' elephant. 

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Kadali udhi qjo" G9ft9l9l€#t WLQa— (091 W»1 
4^1^C^^ "^^t Q2R s^'g) — Seedlings or offshoots 

of plantain. 


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Kadalt odhi Kaidall udhi (See) 

99&1 9^-— 7. V- ^><|1^% O j Wl+©ff)-©- < 9G»1 €19^ 
• Kadalj kanda 9«Ji91Gl ^Q —The bulb at the root 

■\: , of pjantain-trees. 

[g — <i9i qosq, a3B^a^.-«i«9«>,.^i§?lfi9^. 

9^Q.6 ^©QIQ© l] 
Kadali kan(}a eig — The trunk of a plantain tree. 
aftfiQ WW qaraia— fl$ifl»t--r-' 

d^ol ow^-eo. q. (ff. TOG1 4 w)— OQoTcfift aeii^r^ 

Kadali kSndi QI9I^QI QfJGQ 3QGI 9^OTfiliq§ 
%<Afai a lH Q'WlGQIll — A- bunch of plantains. 

QQQ] 91® — GQ. 9. — OQ^ 'OT> (G^) 
Kadali kandbi Kadal? kai^i (See) 

qqq\ qq^i — cq. q.— €H©Q sqcSIgq 9?J <§ 9oi 9aipj| 

Kadali cbakata 00^ Sg© QftQI aigjdl&M ««Q<i/ 
^qaq^J — A gruel-like food prepared 
by pressing ripe plantains and mixing 
them with milk and sugarv 

Kadah chochai^a Green juic^ bark, of a plan- 
tain tree. 

9Q©1 Q§— ^. Q.—( 9$ OO. OTftl+^3 )— ' 

Kadali danda ETQgQI. QOffll €1SQ fl$GQ ^9t 

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The inmost atalk of a fruited banana 

■ " . tree, 

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. Kadali pata Q| 9^91^9191^91 ®§^- 
^9Tt^*K^1 Fibrotffl strings got from the bark 

^*ri3 *ffesl ?* °f ^ e pfctntain tree^ 

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Kada i?;pa$ufc3 Kadalf pa-Ja (See) . 


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Kadali patra 1. Leaf of a plantain 'tree. 

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Kadali patuka Kadali pa$a (See) 

99«1 qa— G9, 9. "<*. 9991 6 q.p)— 99*4 34<G94) 

Kadali pua Kadali udhi (See) 

9QG>1 qa- G9. 9.— 99$ Q3 (GQ«) 

Kadali pua -, Kadali udhi (See) 

990.1 qi— «T. 9. * ( pql OO )— 99&1 Q$| SfciGQ ^Ql 

Kadali pushpa et^ — Plantain-flower. 

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9991 6Q€H — G9. 9.— 9991919 (€9-20 
Kadali penda Kadali kandi (See) 

99»1 €TI99I— G9.9.— 99»1 CI2Q 9I§9 c^aieiGS ^9i 
Kadali phaurda Qq, q%\ G3IMI — The juicy long 

4«il4t*fffl; Wl*T bark of plantain tree. 

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Kadali phena q§ — Clusters of plantains in a 
*f'4l«l<Ml bunch. 

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Kadali baffjha qqgj] c|q e q| ? <] qjp Ga g, W( qq- 

a$ GfiJef q1 «9sis> q^iff oq 9Qai<i — 

The mother of one child only. 

999lj9l£j.»]— 69. 9 —9991 £189 qqq Q^ffl 6 a§>— 

Kadali basunga Dried barks and, leaves of 

tails' '^1*1*1 plantain trees 

[ Q— <J9JSL €ai®GR GSSjT 919 §< &%£<% 

QQQl Q^! — GQ. 9. — G'QQl QldQ-aciG3 g^l gjJG^I^ — 
Kada ii bhanda The pod containing the plantain- 
Wtel flowers. 

9Qfi)l flft— GQ. 9.— TOffiil Qg (GQq) 

Kadali manja Kadali dajada (See) 

QOQl'flai— G9. «,— QQ01 <?g (gq«) 

Kadali manja Kadali danda (See) 


QQOl ^fll^GQ.'*-' — 9?» G»QQl «qq q»Q§ — 

Kadali munda The bulbuous root of the 

^TW^ll&in banana tree. 

QQ\^- «T, «. («q+9IQ|»Q^| SldGQ. 9l)— 
Kada ^ | G9G9; €Q€jT«l^GQ - 

1. "When; at what time. 
^?€a ft^GQ «Q1 s?^q dteio— oToiao. ^tf^qjafl I 

J I G©f€l9 ^GQ 5 ^G9i 3 G9G^G9— 
2. At any time; at all. 

?yq oq ylq aoi » fl« — og. G^GQ^eioQig 1 
©9IQG>I— flIGQ. WQIQ)-^. (ff # p<M)— 

Kadaiba aiigq qiK 9a IQ 09? 9l<Sja 9QQI— 

To turn earth into clay by mizing 

water and kneading, 

9QI9I-Q— *. W. (Q?^5> Q.+ a9IQ ; q_aiQGQ9Q 

Kadakara sflG9a) — q^q ; q$Q. si^qq— 

Ugly; clumsy; uncouth; deformed; 

ill-formed. 
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Kadakale <. I G9G9G9*— 1. Ever. 
C*M-*I»I« J I 98 9 9IG9j G9GQ GQQty — 
Wff 2. At any time whatever. 

* I 991; 9©©— 3. Seldom; rarely. 
■«* I G9G» G9GQ — 4. Occasionally. 

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Kadakruti SIG98 ) — 

99I9IQ ( G9S ) 
Kadakara ( See ) 
99I«H— <J. Q. ( % > +««lil i ^QI^GQ 99 2DG9«I ) — 

KadSkhya 99QIQ — Evil repute. 

9919^9. a. ( $. 99I0Q ) — 

^adacha ^ | 99183 G9G9G9GQ> G9G9G9*, 95119, 
"^ft"-' 2UG9f — 1. At all. 

-> I 99l©9j G9GQ; G9l^l9 QflqGQ— 

2. At any time. 

• i 99® - 999Ij <31Q 9fl" SS^GQ 91 gQGGi— 

3. Seldom; rarely. 


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Kadachana 99IQ ( G9« ) ' 

Kadacha ( See ) 

<ooi$9 — sr. 9. ( o^ai 5 %+^Qi %. giQGQ o© 

Kadachara 2IG9Q ) — 

(99iq.q— ^1) v i $§s 9l to gai— 

1. Bad custom. 

2. Bad conduct. 

S. 93. g?. ( 9§9l§ )— 991^ (GQ<3 ) 

Kadachari ( See ) 

■OOiqq— g. w.'i°. (ooiqo+ao a&Q, Q©,«n.*o)- 

Kadachari Q9IC^Q ; G£3S£ 9«i§Q StQQtfl <jg9j 

(oqifi^ewl — il) affl«lQ; aqsaidioswl — 

# Profligate; following evil ways. 

O0l©$— 3. a. (99i+a9<ssj adeQ. €>©>— 
Kadachit 99IO ( G9S ) 

Kadacha (See) 

09l€>60— GO. (09i) «. (3. 9913© ) — 091© ( 600:) 
Kadachite KadSeha ( See} - 

9 G1Q9 4Q1QG0 — 9OTS* «GOQ O^. ft <30 | 
9L$IC €019 q« coco _ 

9Gff Q XQ WQIOGO 1 ©OQia. QQ90 I 

,qqiq— e. a. ( 99i+aa )— 

Kadapi V I G9G9G9G9i G9C9AM — 
l.«At any time. 
J I G9fat -40 9^ qae{6Q — 

2. At a certain fixed time. 
^OQIQI— tf. «. (991+91)— 9991 ( G9S) 

Kadaba Kadaba ( See ) 

00l€|— SIG9. (GWSiqft SL°' O. 6919!^) 9— 

Kadal G9I9 — Spade. 

"001*0—91. a. ( tf. 9919© ) — 991© ( G9S ) 

Kadaschita Kadacha ( See) 

■00— 01. -a. ( q. 991 +§ )— 991 ( G9S ) 

Kadi Kada(See) 

#000— G9GQ. m. ( n. 9<aiq ) — fliQl©. qq©g — 

Kadim Ancient; old. 

*#* •■ 0. ( 0l9l@a? Q9I ) ©I9I0GQ GOIsl 210 

$OlQ9l aiQ 9i9§© SJ9I S9— ( nautical 


term ) An iron-bar used in lifting big 

loads in ships. 
OOQ-gi. ( Q©Q ) 0.*— 99©1 ( G9<S ) 

Kadira Kadatf ( See ) 

OOQO — QL 9.^.( St. OOdi )— OOdi ( G0« ) 
Kadirija Kadarjya ( See ) 

000*31—91. M- ( S. Wi )— 1 1 9^9Q— 

Kadirija 1. Troublesome. 

* I 99& 5 99I9IQ — 2. Nasty. 

0009a— 91. 94— 99S*£li ( G9S ) 

Kadirijia Kadirija ( See ) 

ood-gi. w. ( g. 9oa«i )— ooai ( co<a ) 

Kadirja Kadarjya ( See ) 

OOdl— gi. 04. ( e, OO&i )— 90QS3I ( G9«l ) 

Kadirja Kadirija ( See ) 

ooSa— g. o«. ( s. ooa*"i )— qoqqi ( G9«i ) 

Kadirjia ^ Kadirija ( See ) 

00%- giGO. ( QHOOfi) 9. ( %• 99ftl )— 99»1 (go«) 
Kadil Kadali ( See ) 

©Oft— gi. ( Q©Q ) 9. ( '». OOOl )— 99«1 ( G951 ) 
Kadila Kadali ( See ) 

0$€?— 3- 0- ( %+Q§; ^giOGQ ^0-^99 )— " 
Kad 1 *^ ^. I 0S§^1- Harsh words. 
*'\ <j|^l — 2. Bad words. 

* I aa|o q§ — 

3. Indecent utterances. % 

v l aejqgi — 4. 'Slang. 

o^«— ^. 0. ( SL ==fi J <3 ®+QIi ^3^€Q 99 3G9€I )— 
Kadufihna q|q|^ qqa. Q^g^gq — 

Lukeworm; slightly hot; tepid, 

9« «GQ; Ml— €011; 9G9lf I ] 
0G0«-giG9. ( SS^qS ) 9— OOOl ( G9CI1-- 

Kadel ■■,-". Kadali ( See ) 

OGOI— gtGQ. ( «IAgfi ) 9-G9l^a ( GOfl ) r 

Kado Koiua(See) 

OOO— gi. 94—9999 ( G94 ) 

Kadbad Kadabada (Sea-) . .. v , v 

OOO-e- 9. ff. ( %=^i© + 99 ^1%=Q§9I+Q<S. 

Kadbada z; ^gtOGO 9© 3G9€l)— 

( 9^91—^1 ) ^ 1 %3o 09); aq» 9^ »-oa»— 

J, Bad speaker; one who speaks 

incorrectly. 


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©9Sllft9$;. 




♦> I ©^sWS^^tering barsh words. 

* 1 «il<M ^31 Q§9I ( 9i§ )— 

3. One who speaks obscene words, 
•tf i ^IQH Wqg— 

4. With jarring or unpleasant sound. 
©©MD— 91. 93 — Q9992H ( 699 ) 

Kadbadia * KadabadiS ( See ) "■ 

©Sj-sr. ®- ^' ^ ^SL 888 wCffWi+^.% ©a*©©)— 

Kadru ^ I 9£f>Q9ff— 1. Tawny colour. 

* I ©ehaqpofft «©©a!-agV'qd?ii©qr snsaioi- 

QSST QQh\ — 2. One of tbe wives of 
sage Kasyapa; £he progenetress of 
serpents; the daughter o£ Dakshya. 

Of tawny or variegated colour. 

Kadhriba §». $. ©QQ©I«©I©Q 91 q© €991 ) — 

©3 9^91% SL«fa €991— 

To be unwilling to -6,0 or shrink from 

doing a work. 

©q fal§)— 3~ <* I Si© €991— 
Kan (root) 1. To be pleased. 

J> I 3§qi €991 — 2.fcTo be satisfied 

* I ft&l ©Q9I— 3.|To wish. 

■* I 39IS1 ©Wl— 44ToJclqpire. 

* \ ©9^ ©9 9^9l> r «Q61 €991 — 
5. To shine. 

£ I €<ai®9l — 6. To seek. 

©«*©— SIG9. (WWa) ©— «©ig©l© flit©©® 91 qg— 
Slanji A kind of shallow earthen pot. 

[ 9— «9i €®«jfi asi^s©! Sg© ©*U 9§ oetcigq 

GJG©l] 
©©ffGQG— €9€^. 9, (ft . ©mgq$)— ea©«— 
Kanpharens Conference. 

9»6QGQgff7-€9€9. 9. ( Q\ ©ttG^G©^ )— 
- Kanbhokesan t. | a$ai©9 91 :*tel£yo<? q^— 
*F CblW**l? 1- An ecclesiastical assembly. 

qpprata* jp-.i mwiiogj© «fti39i©Qr gq— 

2* An academical assembly* 


Kanshtichyusan ^ i €1^9 9! 219^ 9g— 
^%PR .1. Corporeal thing. 

2. The body of laws in a Government. 

3. Fundamental principles for the 
Governanoe of a State. 

©O^M^— 6§N. 9. ( ft . ©«?%^© a _)— 

Kanshtityuensi ^ I QOQg$ «j — 

1 . Act of constitution. 

2; Body of electors. 

©qe*i©ft— 'c3w- $> ( ft°. w€%^ )— 

Kanshtebl 09^9lQj q$& ^Olg— Constable. 

©©«!#— G9G9. 9. ( ft°. ©03^ )— <9 9ISQR 9$ 9I9m- 
Kansar^ 6 €!|^QQr Qiq gc?!!©©© ^^1% 

^•l^itS^ ^QQITO 9IQh — Concert. 

©9j3QQ© e — G9G9. 9. ( Q°. 9OTQqol )— 

Kansarbhansi $i©8eiiaffllOTr §1$! 39Qft flftflr 
<Prj*»^iRl Wlft 9$— Conservancy. 

99ClQe«§e(-€9€9. 9^1. ( Q°. 9^51®€Q?Q )— 
Kansarbhetibh Qg^l€l1®- G©telf g|9lQ SB^Q 91 
^ipi^N. ^© G3 g^Qi Qg| 9Q9I€Q 9£€llQ~ 

*H-y<^(i* Conservative. 

( jaeii— Q°RgsQ 9^€^ ©isj© GQifo 9% 

Q«g^-€9€9. 9. ( Q°. 9OT^ ) — 

Kansal -4© 'QfihC© ^I9g 9 SOs- qs?«jQ gia g^, 

^re*l SfC ©9©l 9^?3 91 g©W.— 

TO^n^, Consul. 

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Kansainme^ QQQ 6 S?!9I9€Q SIQ€© 9€S1 9m§ 

^=pfelCT* g!9I^Q% 0OIQ9I aiQ* G99I fllffil— 

i»«wn*i^4 x Consignment. 

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Kansainar ©3 BICH ©N€Q €9f61§ 9g^ QQa. 

^•lil^-w ©I9I9GQ SaQ^i 9GQ— Consignor. 


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^i*ii«ft ^—Consignee. 

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Kan (root) 1. To be pleased. 

2. To shine; to be full of lustre. 

©9$©— 69. 9. ( 9. ©i©i$v)— ©i©^ ( GQ3 » 
Kanauja KSnyakubja ( See ) 

©9Q©— G©. §£t-TOl§£ ( GQ3 ) 

Kanauji Kanauji ( See ) 

©9$«>£I]— G9. §— ©ttlS$OTI ( G99 ) 

Kanaujia KanaujiS ( See ) 

©QQ— S. 9. ( QO ai§*«q§ QlQQI+©$. «0 ) — 
Kanaka^ *. [ qp^ qp| — 1. Gold. 

• } i aqa eis — 

2. Butea Frondosa (tree). 

* 1 OI6WQ CIS— 
3. The Indian Kose chestnut. 

v 1 ai^iQ SIS — 4. The Thorn-apple plant. 

* I QW CIS— (G9«l)_ 

5. Kanchana tree (See) 

/> |q^| €1Q— 6. The Champaka tree. 

9 I ©fliqp— 
7. The Champaka (yellow) flower. 

G©. $— ©0©©GI OI$ %1Q ©tWI9— 
"" A name for calling females named Kanakabati. 

GQ- ©SI— ^ i GS1; QSll— 1b Excellent. 
> I <3@€ite— 2 - Bright; shining. 

©©©©$©— *■ ©•■( ^ 3. GQ; ©©© + ©*© ) — 
Kanakakataka «. I <$ ©q«l — 1. Sold bracelet. 
J I ##J q$ - 2. A town of gold. 

* I G&?IQC1Q — 

3. Latika, the capital of Babana. 

Oft. 69C9SWQW I 

Q9© '©©ol— S. ©. ( fl. a. GQ> ©©©aqqg ©©ti| )— j 
Kanaka kadali 4© 3©IQ QQfi!|. Q#I©QG>I — ; 

A kind of banana. ! 


©ooqpl— a. q. ( 5i- a. QQ-, ©©©o?T© qfl)~ qf©Qa* 

Kanakakmnbha gp|Q Q%^ QSflQ — 

Golden water- j ug« 

©©©©$— 9. ©. ( OSSlfi; ©©© + ©S*»€[Gf )— 

Kanakaku^a *. j a$>Q$GSS — 

1. Name of a mountain. 

2. A peak of the Everest. 

[g— G^gSQ 92il BIS G9 aQP 6 Q^QQ 
^?»GGl <H G9fl<Jt 91 QOOG^- ^?> Q9 £3|i^ 

gq^GQ a€)Qi%RQri Q! §°qg> gla g^iq^q i ] 

3. The mythological mountain Sumeru. 

ooqqiq— e. 9. (Q^Q + aiQ )— G^ii9i% tier^ii - 

Kanakakshara Boras. 

QQQQQ— St. Q. ( A. 3- GQj Q^>G-+3^ ) — ©la^O^ 

Kanakagiri qgqa a^Q— The mythological golden 

mountain; Sumeru. 
OQOGGlia— W- W. tf. ( e. SW + G#3 )— ^| a ^ 
Kanakagorl G#3QgJt ( %| ) — (woman ) Of bright 
yellow complexion; of golden complexion. 

eeoetiiQ— 9. 9*1. g_°. (§a9© g^i. qqq+gqIq)— 

Kanakagmra ^91 qq GQIQ — Of bright-yellow or 
( ^ff^G^lIqi— ^1 ) golden complexion. 

««Wfl! — giG9. ^ qHQSLQ ) ^ — Q^©* 1 ( GQe1 ) 
KanakachaSpa Kanakachampa ( See ) 

Q0Q©»9— e. ( a. a. gq ; QffQ9#Q9% g»#q )— 

Kanakachampaka v | ©|9IQ; ^©^JQ ( G9# ) 

1. Kaniara ( See } 

> I ©^90$t9 ( G9« ) 

2. Kanakachampaka ( See ) 

3. A Champak flower made of gold. 
"©090*1— GQ. S>. ( *- 9^«9^9 )— 

Kanakachampa K\<9 QQ\$l ^^ ^g 6 ©!9iQ 

qq — 1. The name of a tree and its 

sweet scented flower; Pterosperaum 

* Acerifolium. 

■J \<9 $t«fi} HIQ—2. A kind of paddy, 

04G^. ( W«1Q ) «».— »©»Q ( GQ3 ) 

Kaniara ( See ) 


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9a9$di- e. 9. ( fl a. gq 3 999+95$! )— 

Kanakadurga ^ | qpiGQ Q2UQ CjaisQfll — 

1. An golden image of the Goddess Durga. 

j> \ ( -qsdid: ) Gei?Q9#i 6 ao^ qg^ <I— 

2. ( figurative) A very beautiful woman 

of golden complexion. 

999*11^9 — 69. 9- ( ST. 999 + ^Q )- 0919993- 

Kanakadhatura 9^Q ^a&3Q. 9ft ff^Q 9g 

Q!^9I ?}9I ai^ETC* — Yellow double- 

flowerd variety of Dhatura Fastosa. 

©999—69. a — ^ I W^O; ^WSIGQ Ol© — 

Kanakana 1. Eestless with grief; fidgety, 

5s^\ J I £j|jQ — 2. Restless. 

I *GQ9G'9 21gQ— 

3. Restless with suspicion. 

\ v | a©^ 9§$9I— 4. Smarting. 

* 1 «6«i e©e^i ^ 991$ q9i — 

5. Casting hurried glances o all sides. 
f> I Q9Q- Q3%3}9I — 6. Startled. 
S> I Sgj Qqqft— 7. Frightened. 
9999 ©©91— G9. $\— ( Oia, 9OT9 ) a$as G99I— 
Kanakana bindhiba To be smarting. 

999© 6@IQ q$ 91— 69. §— ©9^ G9IQ <l ai6«! 63 

Kanakana hoi chahinba ai6<3 ^£f $QQ91; 3GG9 

5^ ^C3 St**! 91 939 3>ll£iqi69 <J63 G963 ^§*9I — 

To turn one's eyes to all sides with 

restless glances due to fear or doubt. 

OspOff C§|Q q$|§ G9 Qq ACS? I B$|GQ9. fllSG^qg^fl \ 

$©9© S9©l — 69. §— v t 9*1140 699i 3 3_KIGQ Q3» 
Kanakana heba ^GQQI — 1. To be restless in grief. 

R^t^t J> I $60969 2Jg9 69QI — 
£t#>tigfcn 2. To be restless in suspicion. 

p 1 aQ a^ 9991 ( <3iso, 9a ei9 ) — 

"3. To smart with pain. 

999 Qi-GI — €9. 9~ G9^»Q 2i°S9Ga% 6f»€llQ GQQ»- 

Kanaka paga qio^^. 9fl|Q SI°SGQ ^91 «9t Old 

«y^GCllt< Old ( 'QQQQ' ©Gft ©§) €0<3 )— 


A part of the outside of a temple ( see 
notes under Deula ) 

999 flftfl— e. 9. ( fl. 3". GQi QW + flf ) — 

Kanaka mandapa 999qG^Q (G9«) 

Kanakamupdei (See) 

999^q— e. 9d 9©9+99iqG«t ag )— 

Kanakamaya v | %^^ ^^©9Q — 

1. Golden; made of gold. 
> I ^19—2. Of golden colour. 
999 Qqi— ST. 9. (fl. a. GQ; 9TOQQ 9^9^ Qqi)— 
Kanaka rambha ©$f|Q9S)l — -^ kind of banana 

with a sweet smell. 
99993— tf. 9- (-999 + Qq)— 9QQIQ — 

Kanakarasa The yellow orpiment; yellow arsenic. 
9996991— *. 9. (9?g1§i 9TO + G$£>8 ) — m — 
Kanakareta Fire. 

999?i€iq— e. 9. t 999+3«ig )— 9998q ( G9€i ) 

Kanakasikhari Kanakagiri ( See ) 

9999IG— e. 9— q©WIG9 §°SWGQ 9^91 aq^ 
Kanakasnana ^G^IQlQ^ia^G 1 GSQ W 9Qgj — 
Shower-bath administered to kings on 
their accession to the throne 

[ g — «§ qiO QQ9QtQ ftQfiq Ciai9^ ^IfflgO 
§0 I ] 
G9. 9. ( 9iGpi.)— 999^169 ^IQQEI &QTO; 
G9[^l9 QMg-ggX g9l ^Q9 $0919 511991 — 
( ironical ) A shower-bath of gold- 
coins; a present of gold eoins # 

9G9 QI9IO— 91. § — 9G999 ( 693 ) 

Kanaka snahana Kanakasnana ( See ) 

9991 — 69. 9.— 1 I ©R9I9Q Q\Q® a^GQ 9^91 <9- 
Kanaka g9iQ qiq ( <9iQ qq^ qaiga a^ G9€jT 

G*£>£il99£j §9m 9I9IG9 9191% 9.%G9 

6QG9 «IIQ 9*g) -rl. A kind of grass 

growing on the Chilka coast in Puri 

district and its root. 

J I &9QIQ G!©»!0 QQe 9£_Q 6 §GQIQ qg«*- 

^GQ *J9g © aS?99G€ig I (<39I9 QCOl 

fo*r £T%) — 2. Name- of : a mountain 

in the States of Hindola and 

Narsingpur in Orissa. 


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3. Kanika (See) 

Kanakai A name of Goddess Durga. 

999IQ9™ OT. 9 — §l§«raM?r 99IQGQ 9Qgi§)1^IQ^ 
Kanakakshata g<$w qgq ai9£ilQl ©9IQ«3lGa 3QG9 

9?KI|< — The money given to gentlemen 
of the bride-groom's party after 
evening along with oil to smear the 
legs amongstjthe Brahmanas in Orissa 
on the occasion of v a marriage. 

99Q!Gfi5>— ST. 9- ( A. Q- CQ; QQQ + 30Q )— qfiO^- 
Kanakachala aqpQ — The Mythological mountain 

Sumeru in the west. 

999i§— e. 9. (* a- c^i W9+«9— eao»>— 

Kanakalu WW^q <C9«) 

• Kanakakumbha (See) 

999l§9l— a- 9. ( «- a- gq> qw+^=9MS>+ 
Elanakaluka «C& 9 + *l. a) -999^3 (G9«) 

Kanakakumbha (See) 

99913-*. 9 — (939^ w+^=w- 

Kanakahwa ^ | qg$ OS 6 qg — 

1. The Thorn-apple plant and its 

flower. 

2, The Champaka tree and its flower. 

* I 9Q9I 9§ — 3. -A- n aperient seed. 

* I QIGCIS.9 Od — 

4 The £fageswara tree. 

•999igq— a. 9. (^s.% 999+aB^— 9w)— 

Kanakahwaya Wl« (C9S) 

Kanakahwa (See) 

99G9§-GQ. 9- $1— 9©9IQ (G9«t)_ 
Kanakel Kanakai (See) 

99fl»— S. 9. ( OKI )— qgfiflpQ 3$Qg 9Q?I9 

Kanakhala ©9*9$1 089603— 

AJplace of pilgrimage near Haradwar to 
the north of Kurukshetra. 

<09®l— 69. e?. (3. ©A* J— «ite 6 aQQ qc^GQ^ — 
Kanaida" A metre in Oriya music as well as in 
*&ft$\ Oriya poetry. 

( ^C! 9QQ C9ft, ?9« ) 


©991 0^-69. 9.-— £© ^Up9IQ 6©f€!09g« — 

Kanaxda gaidi A mode or fashion o? stringing 

lowers. 

99^9Q— CQGQ. 9. ( 3\ WC^ N .}— 9ft* 3ai8 91 
Kanash^abal . 91QQ —Constable. 

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ooe^^a— e?G9. 9. (q° w^^h flfta 3ai§9i 

Kanashtabaia . QIQQ — Constable. 


991— G9. 9-'( e. 9ffl ; .9€ )— ^ I Wl°fl— 

Kana 1. A piece of cloth. 

tfcri ^tt^ ^ i gglsjc^ 9gi— 2. Rag. 

fcror&trffe * i qq c«wi1gq G9(Qq?i qq©— 

3. Cross-bar in the beam of a house. 

^ I (S.9©~ $9 ai«!i ^LQ ^GiSQ 95$ »ICft9l 

gK»— 4. The V-shaped or forked part 

of the tree where branches fork out. 

* I Q09OI (693) 

5. Kapakana (See) 

2K9. W919) 9— <3QQ '«5*— 

A pillar or post of a house. 

99IQ*— €9- 9-— SSIcf^GOS) 

KanSiS Kahnain (See) 

9©!S*e^C9. 9. ^9W) (^. 9K>iq?fr^9l9i%5li (G<3«l) 
KanSaja Kanyakubja (See) 

991^9— G9. 9.—9OIQ0G93lq— 

Kanauji Of the land of Kanauja. 

991^93— 69- 9^— 99!^9C9fflq— , 

Kanaujia ; - - Of the land of Kanauja. 

99199Q — G9. 9.— (W0939)— ©q 991; GWQI— 
Kanakatara R^gs. 

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QQiQ©— G<3- «. (sr. Wflw^r— ^ I QQ« OK? $$*€$ 

Kanakani ^p g^Q QaiQigf €991— 

"•fMWft 1- Talking with each other by 

*»PIT S^f, VRSISCVRi bringing one's ear to the 

other's mouth. 

> \ QQtQ !5J$ €g S9IQ WHOq" €991— 

2. Whispering into each other's ear. 

WIG'S® I— W. Q-— TOIWg (GQ«l) 

Kanakantharda KanakatarS (See) 

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Kanakantha Kanakatara (See) 

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Kanakapata Kanakantha (See) 

9©IOQ$1-GQ. 9 — QQIQffl (GQ3) 

Kanakabata Kanakantha (See) 

QQI99I%— G9. 9-— Wiatl (GQ«) 
Kanakaba^i Kanapata (See) 

QQlfi©! — €9. 9 — QfflGQ Q80Q QSHj 39£1 g©l— 
Kanachhata An umbrella made of cloth. 

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KanSta 9§,©g© — 

^t^5 Made of cloth. 

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Kanafobarda (See) 

QI& 93191 <$S QIQ§ 991* 9\ <I|Q 99l<*© I 

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90ISQI©— GQG9. Q.— 1 I Q«3o QQ91— 

Kanata barda I. A screen- made of clolh- 

■ IftftS J I Qfj^Q. QI3Q Wl <?IQ — 

*V||ct 2. Screens used as walls in a tent; 

tent-fefice. 

«©l$~ G?G^- 93— 9^ ©?»— ~ " 

* Kanati Made of cloth, 

G9G9. 9— OTIS ( W«) " 

Kanata ( gee J 


G9. 9— <> I QQGKW S8CQ ^91 OQ S9IQ 8$ — 

1. Valve. 
[ 3 - <9I <ff ai«Q 3e* I ] 

-> I ^§GQ QQ> ^Ql <3^3^1Q GQIQ^! 0G?Q — 
2. A species of birds. 

OtflS Qi©— GQGQ. 9— WIS ^!9 ( CT« ) 

KanSti baida Kanata barda "( See ) 

QQ\Q— €9. 9— 0©fe ( OT«l ) 

KanSr^i Kanisiri ( See ) 

©Ol^liGClQ— SIG^- ( GQftiaQI ) 9 — 

Kanadasikhela @q5H9£JQ <Q 3QI9 G^a— 

A kind of indoor game for boys and girls,. 

99! U$~ GQ. 9— ©q SjeilQ £1? — 

Kana" dhaldi Borders of a torn old cloth. 

09mi— OT. 9— ^ffl^SQ ( G9«l ) 

Kanapata Kanakatara ( See )■ 

^wwqp— €9. 9 — m® q§1€ito «jq m Q^QI Q0ig£f — 

Kanamuthi Cloth-bags used by the barbers 

^s Tt^l for the purpose of keeping their 

instruments in. 

QQiqpai ($fJiq)-€Q. 9— ©9 G«lQ^gW9l©j«gW" 
Kanamuthia (bhand^ri) The barbers. of lowerrank, 

['g — a©M Q©OQ csidlQ Q^iqiq^ OflqpaB ^gi^ 

wifiasiw 1 ] 

Q«fGQ«3?©l— GQ. 9—Qffl«Q ( 5! ( GQ3 ) 

Kanalenkarda Kanakatara ( See ) 

g»l€Q^©— Gil* 9—9^1$©$! ( €S?<S ) 

KanSlenkurdi Kanakatara ( See ) 

QQI§€j — GO. 9 — P^SSI C GQ«i ) 

Kanasiri Kanisiri ( See ). 

M -gi». (^fliSWS) 9.— OS ( GQ«1 ) 
Kani Kani ( See ) 

0©3Q— 6Q. 9. ( e. 9f^!Q )— OfOIQ ( CQfl ) 
Kaniara Karnaikara ( See .)* 

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- : * 1 OT99lg : '3>l 9^$. Bride. 

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- 4. The wile of a person after the death* of 
' the first wife* 

* I 81)199331 '91*91 — 5i Fnnsatured girl. 
£> I ^£91 — 6. Daughter. 

9<a. ^1— §«iq 9iQ 91 98*a€9 99i§s>i (q&ij — 

(wife) Married after the death of one's 

first wife. 
• giG9. (SL*WqS> 9. SI.— Q^I— Wife. 
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9©rf ©«— Ql- §• *!• ( 3* ^tf S;9aJ— 
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4^(,4t The second zihd yobger wife of a 

twice-married man. • 

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KaniaSbahu Kamanbati'( See •} 

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KaniSH baha • .fttemage of a*chfld*g rl; 

child-marriage; 

9©aT^— G9- 9 — QS)^ 9191 ( GQ3 ) 

Kanian bibha Kanian baha (-See ) 

9©aT99i— gi. 9— sgigs^ii 9109m §»9i9— 

Kanian biha Marriage of a, child-girl; child- 

<\%4\ 'ffifo . . ^ marriage. 

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Kanianbou ,^ KaniaS bau ( Seej), , 

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Kanianbohu KaniaHboti( See )^ 

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KanisSbhia ■ Kanian bahS ( See ) 

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KaniaS. bhea Kanian biha ( See ) 

9©3fai— GQ. 9. tf.-( QT. S^l 6 »l^„)— 9SI©|— ' 

' KanianriiS /Step-mother, 

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Kani&S inaipa Kanian bharjj^S ( See ) 

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KaniJm : Kaniara' ( See ) 

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1 . Purging croton-seed 
Uolinm Orotonio. 

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of Bengal (in the District of 

- * - ' * Giitfeick ancf Balasore) 

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■* I <I9S9IQ Cfllfcl ai9— 
3. A species of coarse paddy. 
9©QIG9<SI— G9. 9. ( G$>q© )— <9 g$i9 9G909- 
Kanikabhedi ®ga ; $j|qi qq^i §)<ga9G€IS— 

A purgative. 
9991 fli— GQ. 9— QTOI l. ( G9S ) 

Kanika ma5ji Kanika 1. ( See ) 

«*©— SIW. ( W«L9 ) 9— Gsfijdloi^ sisjqsq 9i§h 

Kaniji 9G€i<3— A kind of shallow earthen pan. 

99Qiea~ sicq. ( si«wgs ) §—(©13-099) q3 (g9«0 

KanidSli Kani (See) 

Kanisircla §®§§ ( g^g ) — Kanisiri ( See ) 

ia g»iq« t*i weaoi sq ^ — ciGQ^Q-oa i 

9©^Q— -gq. q. ( e. ©^ aoi cr- oifl— wiqjl i)— 

Kanisiri siflGglSft SI99GSS™ 

^hf*ic^ Commelyna Bengalensis. 

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Kanishtabala Kansh$ebl ( See ) 

Kanishtha |JIQGQ ©Q SIG^aj Q^GQ qS>! 91 
( 9©%l— %1 ) G®% )— «. | acp— 

1. Younger; after-born ( male ). 
J I flflg90l^qi9 — 2. Youngest. 

* I 9£[S1€Q ^19 — 3* Younger in age; junior. 
v I SIQ §^-^4. Very young. 

* I a<Jj 2l«ft9fl — 5. Little; last. 
#> I SflgTOiq^Sg, — 6. Smallest. 
9 I 2119©G9 Gat — 7. Dwarfish. 

ST. 9—1 I 919 QQ— 1. Younger brother. 
-^ I 919 qp— ' 2. Youngest son. 

* I ^IGQ9— 3. God Siba. 
€9. 9 — 9lS«§firp— Little finger. 


Q©qicgo — e. 9. ( M^i+acr,© )— 91a susr^o— 

Kanishthanguli The little finger or toe. 

ga— s-Ml— (9^ ai^— o@ a«9i+94.a+ql fij)— 

Kani qq*,^ ^gg|— Daughter. 

9«I©9I — e, 9- tfl ( 9W aiSL^qig* £HQ9l+9^. Q9 + 

Kaninika giea. 9+tf. a)— v i Qjaoiq. 9«)iG9l9i i 

SO^Q OIQOl— 1. The pupil of the eye. 

■> I 9©gisjp — 2. The little finger or toe. 

* I 95>qi Q€ta — 3. Younger sister. 

9«ql9— e. 93. q?— ( q_9Q. an+aos'^icaL «jq%. 

Kaniyan S>a!©9; q.99 91 ^ QI9GQ 99 

(99^Sl1— «D SflG<?eO— 1 I 99g (q.91)— 

1. Younger (brother) 
J 1 %& Qg>3 — 2. Youngest. 

* I qp99 — 3. Younger in age. 
v I sQ ©Q — 4. Smaller. 

* I SQ fi^; ^99 — 5. Smallest. 
$) l 219 ^ — ^- Least. 

9G9Q* '9S9Q* qtf ©I— €9. §-— 

KaneiS kaneiS 9999 G^IQ ^^91 (£93) 

chahiSba Kanakana hoi chahinba 

(See) 

OWtfWfll— 69. 9- — 9GTO9Q*€l1; <39 S9I9 9l6"2B 

KaneiBbaiSsi qqq| ( <9j d^gQ <3^. qj gj ^^ 

^Slt *ft 9G9 6 9Q , I)^-A kind of plantain. 

9€99— fll, 9. ( e. 999 ) — 999; «?ft ig^— 
Kaneka Gold. 

9€99qG§9 — fil. 9 — («. 999^§a) — G99©l$r9 

Kanekamundei €jaG9 «q!q€iOG9 G3^* qga eix 

«9I SIS 9I0G9 920Q G9iQ2il<) i QOQ- 

qgjg— An awning or roof of wooden 

planks raised over an idol. 

©GSte— G9. 9^ (9K0— 0191%* (G9«i) 

Kanggja Kanyakubja (See) 

«G9teai — G9. 9«p— 99IQ92II (G9€!) 

Kanflajia KanSujiS (See) 

9^0,— fll€9. (^^qS), 9— 99^9; qa— 

Kantar Interest. 


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0$l€J--GQ. 9. (*. OTOIO^O — 91. 0$IQ) — <30 QOIQ 
Kantari SIS — A kind of sugarcane. 

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Kantu V | WO; OIS— 1. Cupid. 
J I ©^—2. Mind. 
* I ^qq — 8. Heart. 

g. oa. ( osu- «l+«8 saGQ. ^) — 

q$HO,0 — Happy. 

©8 (*!§)— St— a^j G99I — 

Kantha (root) To stick; to be joined to. 

4©8©l— «- S* ( 3. 9£l )— 

Kanfhaida ^ I q#« ©q 001 91 «[$ 93, <19§> 
,<?W5l, sfl*1 G3I?> §QQ WIQ 3gO GOIQ^OI 

jg^fT, **irt GOT — 1. Quilt made of rags 

sewn together- 

-> 1 3@<J ©q OOIQ w$ — 

2. A collection of rags. 

GO. W — ^ I 9£IGQ a$<a© — 

1. Reduced to rags. 

J I Off IO?fe — 2. Made of rags. 
08$— SI60. IWW50 9— 0£9H (GO«) 

Kanfchali * Kantharda (See) 

'«ai— e. 9. %1— (<jj? aiSL«a"^ Gooi+ai. ©aioo ; 
Kantha aaoi oa ai^=aQQi<3 9Q91+0& ao) — 
V I OOI — 1- Rag* 

> i s$i qcnq^o-e 9qq oq. oq aiQ^oi alo- 

93* GSS 91 ^©lOOQGa^i GQI991— 
2. A quilt or wrapper made of rags 
sewn or patched together. 

* I Q\% Olff — 3. Earthen wall; mud- wall. 

v I oio a$qoi ©q «jai— 

4 Patched torn cloth. 

* 1 G9S9fliG0609GQ &%9 GOlQgOl Gdl99r— 

5. Patched garment of anchorites. 


Q&tttiq GQ$0 — 3. 9.— G09GQ Ogl aiQSI 9$q9l 

KanthadhSri b§|sh£aba G9S9g^0l^9G€13— - 

A sect of Bajshnabas who wear torn 

rags sewn together or patched garment. 

99 (ai%)— ^.-^ I ®4> 6991— 

Eland (root) 1. To be wet. 

> I 01091—2. To weep. 

9Q v o© 9fi -gieo. (wms) w. (e. $00)— oiqoi^ 

KandkandniaS CQGOIOiOj 01^1^ OIQjI- 

flloS} — About to cry. 

Q«> v 00 ©«*— GO* W — OO QQj8n (€0«i) 

KandkandniaS KandkandniaS (See) 

OO «i— 9IG0. (aqfl&Q) O. ( «. WO )— 9QO- OIO- 
Kandna o lO^tl — Crying. 

OO 01— GO. 9.— 0Q4I (G0« ) 

KandnS Kandna (See) 

Kandmul Sweet potato. 

O0,Q— SIGO. ( 9^9.0 ) 9tfl — ( 3- «Q0 ) — 91Q& 
Kandra ' ^QO€llo — Given to crving. 

OOJi-GO. 9tfl— O^q (GO«t) 

Kandru Kandra (See) 

QQ — e- 9. (OO y|^=2fiO^ G99l+0£. a )— 

Kanda ^ | gc?«Q; «ilOHqoOGQ , a— 

• 1. A swe^fc edible root-bulb. 

J I GQIfil 91 fift »— 

2. Long or bulbuous root- 

* I (0°=OQ+OI ai^+Q^ ®) — G$N— 

3. Cloud. 

v 1 aoooo (go«) 

4. Sakarakanda (See) 

* \ 6saa — 5. Arum. 

9 I Oa*Q— 6. Camphor. 

5> I GaiOGqaOGOS; ^lGQOfl!OS5fO ' &% 9IOI€l- 

G§)9i GQQ — 7. -Prolapsus uteriaj a 

female disease consisting of the uterus 

■ coming out- at the vagina. 

r I O^d SQQ «S0 OOQ GOIMfifi «*€!— 

8, Softest part of a tree of the cocoanut^ 

species whence new .branches come out. 


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• ■ <§|ff •■ • ■!•' tj$ G-anjaifl and Orissa-Hills. 

- > i <W>IOj g^^l€^— ^2, Beiined molasses; 

brown sug^r. 
. *.4 Q^— 3. Cave. 

e^Qlft «Q *SS? IQIQ, «§SQ ©<31HQ «9IQ I 

v i ^8^1^-4. Sorrow; grief. 

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* I S^S; 9IQfl (sei| — Efi©S><50— 5. Eoof; cause. 
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acas g$i3 Q$9 9o, ©ge© fltcq assise i - - 

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9fl> €$<5[@1— G9. §.— 9Q 91 QQIQGQ 3IQ G9IR Qg$- 
Kancfa ukhurda" G9IQ^QI Q«lOI— Fried rice 
seasoned with boiled refined molasses. 
SSftQ- 3. S>— G9<$& -(G9fil) *(-9GQ^i. 39^ ) — ' 
Bandaka Kenduli (See) 

Kandaki Kandaka (See) 

©OG9lfil— €9. 9— ««i%.9* (G^«) 

Kandakola Kantakurds- (Sfe) 
9QS$— a. 9— ^oiW^G^a^iQ. v$w§ — 

Kandagranthi Sweet potato; Batatas .Esculatus. 

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Kandnta c^® 3^? — White lotus. 
0«»HT;GQoM..(sr. *Qq)— 1 I 9^91^ Q® ( TO , 910) 
-Kjauda^a w ■ ^^— 1. Beja^og to the 

:TI ° , '-,.,. Kandhas. 

> > Q^QWMil^r 2, Relatiag to caves. 


€<?. Q.— Sftqsii -gffl— Cave; , 
QO Q^]l— G<?. *.^QQGQ S|o aaiQp.-QQiQQ'^Q^_ 
Kafida panS A idrink made bj disolving refined 
ftftfiW'tW molasses in water. 

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Kanda paga Q |^ qq &%£# «|Q^^^ Qgr- jj^jqj 
fifefo^ QWSi QQQIQ S^ll«5l— Mode of season- 
ing fried paddy with sugar-syrup-. 
QQfllfc— G9. ^.— Qmw 0)ga)Q ; (S^l SGQSQ 
Kandamala ^g^ Q Wl?i G€ , lt<| ^^, (<9) ^ Q ^ 

GW q^QSi^Q gq) — The country of 
the Kandhas; a subdivision in the non- 
regulation District of Angul in Orissa 
the Khondmahals. 
9<WH©a— i SQ. 9 «51lfiOTaiq—l. Belonging 

Kandainalia to Khondmahals. 

-> I ffQSirfiiwifitl-^. •Inhabiting 
the Khondmahals.. 
* I 9fiWlft Q*V$fl^— 3. Relating to the 

KhondiEifthals- 
90fli§i^— W. 9 — ©Q?1ia ( GQ3 ) 

Kandamahal Kandamala ( See ) 

OrtCIO— giG9. ( q*Wqa ) 9— TO^p — 

Kandamul Sweet potato. 

Kandamula 1. An edible biibluous root of 

sweet taste. 

^ I Q£Jiefl§ — A kind of tree with edible root- 
' bulb; Manihot Utilissema. 

[3— <i§ «is •IV91S i'gjtf 5<3 5 ^9JQ a^ 99ri| 
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Ǥ ^ qt aiSfGQ'Q^qQGSi Qip q G q 
a^« «l 2I«I gq 9§!3|<— . 

r . ;;._. Cassava; Tapioca^ 

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V l^QQi WW — i Ginger. : 
* I 6sjS — 5- Wild arum, , 

9 I aiQQi_qj»i 9g9i,«9vsj^£<a— 
6. Carrot. 

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Kandarapa Kandarpa (See) 

Kandara GOTI+9<§; 9Q«a. «-+<» «■ ) — 

9QQ ( OT«t ) 
Kandara ( See ) " 

Kandhaiga ( See) 

Given to crying. 

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Kandamula ( See ) 

999Q91— C9. §— sia^QSii 6 qp 9§9i— 

Kandar aiba To fester ( said of a wound ) 

99Q9@I— G9. 9. (*. 99qre4r49H-€9QW% 9S9- 

Kaudarapaida ©fclGQ G9§»aGk»9l99 S^9Q99 

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Kandarapa^i Kandarapaijla (See ) 


9©Qq$9r^G9. 9-r9«9l39 «WW(I|JQ; -«^o OCT 
Kandar$mulaka G9Q — Jungly country inhabited 

by the Randhas. 

- Kandaraia The Uitp tree; Tbaspesia Fapulnea* 

9©qq.Q— €9. §. ( -«r- ««?q=3€ia§Q )— W9 Ml«- 

K^ndarasnra $Q^3$Q 9QQGQ 9m ©^^l 

q.g«19|© a^Q^Gag— The name of a 

demon inhabiting the Lalatigiri hills in 

the Cuttack District. 

9OT €JQq[gL§9fir 9^^G£l I ] 

90Q9I— 5IG9. IQWqS) «*— SJftQft folj €Q«19I— 
ICandariba To go in a round-about way. 

QQQ^tf. 5. %1— 1 I 9QQ ( GQ3 ) 
Kandari 1. Kandara ( See ) 

) \ i°. ( QQQ+^S adfiQ. G% Wl W. ) — 
Q3*Q — 2. Mountain. 

OS- Q^li^a I 

Kaii^rpa % 3iei9l 9°— 9l9l^+<ja ai^L=s«l9lg- 
9Q9I + % GS ^ 3 1^11% «Wl99 9GQ )— 
-■ WQQ- 9I^GW — Cupid; the. God of Love. 
GQ. ^^g§99 ^j G^Q8— Semen virile. 

Qodiw— 9.9^^9% 9<?d+ 9a)-C^]S>i * 99G99 %r 

Kandarpa kupa Jemale organ o% generation; 

..V— vagina. 

90&1QI— 3. 9. (*al ©®;'9Qa+8t9l) — 

Kandarpakri^a sifl^lQl^ G^^ 9^G9«1 — 

Coition; cohabitation; union between a male 

and female animal. 

0»&HBl-^.-Qi(e-9Q^IOO-99^i?Q (€9€l) 

Kandarpajala Kandarpajwara (See) 

99MI9— e- 9. (9OT + eiQ yi^=WQ^t + 9Q^ a> 

(Kandarpajtba 3191*3!^ 9151^5 g<) — Q^iq TO — 

Jack-fruit. 

99090^-?.. 9. (fl. a. G%9Qa7f^9^ 

Kandarpajwara % | ^l99fiH 9! QGI^j©^© dl<3M — 
1 fit of Inst; a fever of love; pangs of 

love. 


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* satisfied lust. 

©fcsblftl— tf>9. — W3M (G9«t) 
KandarpajwaJS Kandarpajwara i See) ■-, ^ . , ; 

oorfoiaQ— e. 9. (^i1©% oo^+orao«.9CH»Kil)- 

Kandarpanasana §9- Sl9iG99. — ; - 

Siba; the destroyer of Cupid. 

Kandarpabaiia Q%a qq— The arrow of Cupid; 

shafts of the God of Lave? Cupid's 

shafts. 

aliens qa ag% 1 ) 
9«rtfoiui— s. 9. ( flyoQeoal )— qgosjq ( owT 

Kandarpabadha Kandarpajwara ( §ee ) 

Qodfla©— $. 9. < £q1 «©j QQa+cieid ) — 

Kandarpamathana QQao|£lQ ( G9G1 ) 

Kandarpanasana ( See ) 

9»tfg€K3-—tf. 9. .( fl. a. GQ; W£p$lQI6Q9«i9§© 
Kandarpamushala g^Si ) — 

• Male organ of generation; penis. 

9»9%>— e. §. (<i9 9i© $©©198^1) 9«*aj?Gss— 

Kandarparaja A thorny medicinal plant. 

9«i9?© $« I ] 

9GQfljK> — sr. 9.«( ^<|1 ©% wa'-f swa ) — 

Kandarpasrunkha la QQ9$9G€$ — 

An intertwining pose in copulation* 

»iooQ9q° sigh QiQGgti^G^iaQ 
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9G>aq«<>l99 — 9. 9*n. ( #fl ©% Wa + SQla$ ) — 

Kandarpasandipaka QI9$QQ ^G^SWI^ ( ®Qa- 

9G€IS) — Aphrodisiac ( medicine ). 

^©cfiaftlQQ— e. ^~QQa r gQlaQ ( qq<si ) 

Kandarpasandipana Kandarpasandipaka (See) 
The feeling of the passion of lust. 

9®3QiQ flQQqiQ-sSa — g. 9 — «Kjgw?ig c3o- 

Kandarpasara marichyadi-taila ^qq^— 

A medicinal oil prepared under rules 

laid down in the Ayurbeda. 


Qflefie— s: 9.. ( ?%\ ©© 3 wa==9]flG99+*i§« 

Kandarpari a§>^ ) - S9IC99 > §9 — 

Siba; the enemy of Cupid. 
9ft©— £. 9. V I ( 9°~3<a o +9» ai^+Q<$. ® ) — 

Kanda| a Q»a&— 1, Noise." 

> I ( QQ'ai$;+9#. "«« )— 
ClgJGQa^ Qaifi — 2. Brow. 

* I ( +q$. » j—^agct— 3. Eclipse. 

v i ( Qfl«OTfiicj+9a=-as> )— 

ffW a^;goi— 4. Shoot; sprout. \ 

* I ( +3WQtf. 2iQ )— 

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Q&Q9 9Q0 CQ <£8g§ 94IO I' 91QO(fl9lijQO ( 

9 I W-— 6. Strife; fight; battle. . 
9 I rf— 7. Gold. 

r I 9^9 —8. Assemblage. 

ci I (©°=Qt^+9Qy|^=90©'€'5 1 9l + 3l) — 

9. An aquatic plant. 

Vo I a©M— 10. Flag. 

^.^ I a9$y—ll. Seed of lotus. 

V I qc^ii dfijej— 12. Wild arum. 

13. An aquatic flower. 
K* I QQQl OS— 14. Plantain tree. 
G9. 9—^. I <3l^fl 9R9GRQ9I— 
1. The festering of a sore. 
J I GQQ® (G93) 2. Kenda^a (See) 

31G9. (ASM) 9— OtillTO ( G9« ) 

Chanaphali ( See ) 

QOffiJ 910— 9IG9. (€l8lfl) 9.— €9Q» ( €9«l ) 

Kandaja kathi Kenda^a ( See ) 

QQOl— G9. 9. (9§N €19) (3. Q<3Q«qfll)— 

Kandala qpi 91 gpiQ ©S)l SQ^^^qpl 6 ^aiQ OIQ 

^"spTT ©SKI §^3)— Long bits of gold or silver 

from which wires are drawn out. 

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( QQQl; WGft$~$1) ; Quarrelsome ( male ) 

Kandajiba" 1. To send forth new shoots; to 

^^ sprout. 

, sf^msrT * I ( «W«ef ) WO GOTI-r2. To grow. 

^ Kandali <* I aiSlGQQO q$ 09 q£q £Jft— 
#?T, ^fft 1. An aquatic plant and its flower. 

# Ottelia Alismoides. 

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;> 1 torn— 2. Flag. 

* l OQSiffl— $. Seed of lotus. 

■* l Cliq €1©! — 4. Tender shoots of grass. 

* I qcilQGSS — 5. A class of deer. 

visiq w® 1 ftssQ «Q5l gw aooq qoa t 

GQ. S» — 9TO©2« — Quarrel. 

69. W- %1— S?«^91 ( *l )— 
Quarrelsome ( woman ) 

Wl— G9. 9. ( 3- W )— * I 3IQi ^p— 

Kanda 1. Edible bulbuous roots. 

j I 8Q9Q a^a^giQ ©^a— 

2. Very raw cocoanut fruit. 

* I ( tf. 4* )— 

^flR, 3j|^t 3. The soft parts on the *top of trees 
of cocoanut species. 




4. Paddy before coining out Of the ea*ir* 

* 1 2iG{ft^Q g^ gi^G^Qf© G9QI o^Gqci^Ga^ 

VQ| — 5. Eczima. 
9 \ 9»SQ a©^^ G&% TO*^6^it small fish. 
( Sell — Wl QIOtM«qK!> QI02J Sl£ : t ) 

^fl 7. Lamentation; wailing; weeping. 

8. A kind of fish (.in the Chilka lake,), : 

KandS 5lu Ta lakanda ( Se0 > 

Q0IQQI — gq. §. (e.«c?^3o5 WQ9IQ8eft^ — 
Eandaiba \\( wfa ) «W ©qQQl— 
(9Q1QQI — ^a^IO) 1. To cause to weep. . * 

*lirft ^ 1 ( aoste ) ( «• «? )— ^^ 

^FTT aQG3£9 GWI 91 ei»l GQ^t — 2. ^ trees) 
To show signs of bearing new sprouts 
* I ( Q$n GlgQ ) S>H5?^ Qn . QQ\ -GQ9h^ 
3. To bring out or send forth new scoots 
or sprouts (said of cocoanut trees). 
QOIQSt — CQ. 9- ( 99G>Q SQ ) — QIQGQIQlO^ WQQQ 
KandSka^ft GQQQQ SQffGqQ^ Q^qfl^Qildl $«- 
4t41i4!fiJ Wailing. 

9»l«©— GQ. 9. ( W>Q ) — 9QI9SK GQ5I ) 
Kandakandi Kandaka^a ( See ) 

KandSjadu 1. Ringworm with watery 

discharge. 

■>1('<*. W+<>S^)— GCliq^T Oi^GQ G99I 

-^QS^IQ 01^. — ^" Yoke-gaD; a sore on 

• the neck of cattle. 

QQ\ OT9I— GQ. S — ai£> G£«9 GQ«)l9Qt a^ «- 

Kanda basibs €12flOQ QQGQ 3® £TQ QQia^giGQ 

QQQ© G99I; TO! aiffeiQ 9QGQ Q^ G99I — 

( eat of paddy ) To germinate at the 

bottom of the plant. 

Kandalu The cassava yam. 


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Kandi go)$ ^iq-— i-1. Narrow space between two 
lf% * houses; creek. 

-M sol q§l* Q©.— 8. Narrow paaeage; lane- 

* I TO; €ri€5r — 3- Chink. 

4,- A &eap of eartk justed to fefce foqfc of 

a hedge. 
€9. 9«3— Cj9— Dumb. 

9QC99I giGq SJGCI S£9 9© G9$i I 

9©<&$H-^G9. ^ — 9C9i9 ^9 g!0-*-EVery conceivable 
Katidikandi oreek and eorae*. 


9®9l— €9; * • ' ( 3v $9 )— ( SQ ) /■ 9QI 991091 01 
Kandiba .giOQj. ( Q^a CfiQ-:)-9W^ GW 9QI 
.«ffS 9I9I3$H — To show signs of new shoots 
^fwiTTt eoming out at the t&f- of a; fruit^bearing 

tree ( e.g. cocoanut ). 

9399©— G9. 9— Q©Q© ( G9« ) 

Kfcndibikandi Kandikandi ( See ) 

00ft- 9«<M 9§Q ) 3 ($9* $ f fel^— S&Q91©— 
Kandiri The chimney-glass of a lantern. 

9$®— giG9. ( 9gQ ) Q— Q8Q ( C9« ) 

Kandili Kandiri ( See )• 

991-3. 9. ( 9QJ-Q9j Vfll. ^9 ) — <fc$«H- 

Kandi Arum. 

Kandu £>e]|QQ )— ^ | qQ q$Qi ai§)§G€l§— 

1. A pot for "distilling spirits of wine; 

a boiler for wine. 
J» t 9GQQ — 2. Saiice-pan. 
* I GRMSS -9990I& ®IQ^ — 3 - Frying pan. 

90^9— q. 9. ( ^ at§.= Gq99 9991 + 9<$. $9 ) — 

Kanduka v | e<aQ9t€} G9l99i 9% £$§~ 

1. Play-ball. 

ffj3»«i 9191 QQS $£>Q qsflQ G«9 

> i Q9SI— -2. A pillow. 

3. A Sanskrit metre of thirteen letters. 


v-i $999; $*l9K>§— ^ A plaything. 

Kandu Kandu ( See ) 
QQg — 9f. §>— QCJ^ ( CQ,«") 
Kanduka. Kanduka ( Bee ) 

90^*101 — «. ^. ( *Sjl 9©i 9«^+«9SP-) — 
Kandukakrlrda Gasyjiq QQfo — 

A play with balls, 

969Q9I — G9. §— VQ1Q9I ( GW ) 

Kandeiba Kandaiba ( See ). 

9©— GQ. Q—K I 9^ft €>IQ$G»- -1. The Khoads; 
Kandha a wild tribe inhabiting the States of 

Or$Lisa> 
[9, — «9l&jQ91Gq <39LQ aa. QI^IQGQ 9W 
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^^T " ^©— egflosiqo i 

9® 9$9I— GQ- ^— G9f«l9 fl«J?i 91 S^L^GQ 9SIIQ- 

Ka»ndha kariba 99^ Wl 3 9IGM9I — To carry 

#fc*f ^?Tl a man or infant on ones' shoulders. 

9©®l— G9- 9^1^9WIQQr9iq 3^§o ( G9€l ) — 

Kandharda (country) Inhabited by the Khonds. 
9001 Q$L— 69. ^— ^^q 9Q ( G^ei ) 

Kandharda pali Kandhars^pali ( See)^ 

QQ0I gjR9— CQ. Q— QWaiQQ 1 G9€l — 

Kandharda mulaka The country of the Khonds. 
908§— €9. © — ^^fll^OTQ S9 giq — Hamlet inhabited 

Kandhapalli by a few Khonds ( a wild tribe ) 
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Kndha bujhamana Injustice; want of justice. 


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^<l) — Split bamboos woven very strong- 
ly over the bamboo frame of a thatch. 

Kandhabhasha The language spoken by the 

Khonds. 

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9fiKM©— G9. 9— 9QSIS ( GQfll ) 

Kandhamala Kandamala See ) 

Q$Cil6>£0 — GQ. 93— 9<S>3!» BW^fiflq— 

Kandhamalia Belonging to the Khondmahals. 

90ftl9iQ— €9- 9 — 9Q3IO ( G^« ) 

Kandhamahal Kandamala See) 

q$q— g. q. (Qo^gg.Q^+a ai9=aQ9l+9<f. a)— 
Kandhara * I g|9|. 91$— 1. Shoulder. - 

^ I GQ9 — 2. Neck. 
<*> 1 £g<q — 3^Cloud. 

■* I GftQfa 9ia— 4- A pot-herb. r 

^ 1 g2j| — 5. Boot of Duba-grass. 

9®Q— 3- 9. ( 9«+*l )— ««Q ( GQO ) 

Kandhara Kandhara ( See ) 

GQ. w— 99 ^9 99i9i9QT9fq aa^Q— 

Inhabited by wild tribes (e. g. Khonds.) 

G9. Q — G 1 ©, SQQ2H9 9®l»l©— 

Wild tribes (e. g. Kandhas, Sabaras.) 

9»Qai-GQ. 9-ft«, aw sa^sr aaj9o qogw— 

Kandharagan Small hamlet of wild tribes (e. g. 

Kandhas, Sabaras.) 

9®Cta©i— fliGQ. ( ©Ma ) 9— 9oqagn ( G9<a ) 

Kandharapaiga Kandarapaxda ( See ) 

9©9Q€*~~GQ. *— W^fll ( GQS ) 
Kandharapali Kandharagan ( See ) 


9&qai® — gi. %— ©Qqaoi ( g^o ) 

Kandharapaxdi Kandaraparjla ( See ) 

9$€j3D — giG9. (WW9 ) 9«i. — (M Qft ao6W9Mij) — 
Kandharia" QS>Q- n%fy\ — Barbarious; rude. 

9©l— fll€9. ( %©£»»; W^IQ ) S— fliqa— 

Kandha Prairie; a wide waste. 

Qfiio— gfGQ. ( qHfiflR ) 9 ( %G). GSI^ )— QWIMf 
Kandban qqq — The country o'i the Khonds. 

Kandhi Q^Ql + «^- ft > — 

<. \ fllQIi TO— 1- Shoulder. 
> I 9^5? — 2. Ocean; the sea. 

gq. q— v 1 g»§?; ags§ Q^gQ— 

7|f% 1. Farrow space. 

^ I g^— 2. Chink; narrow opening. 
• I QQ CIO — 3. Narrow lane. 

4. The langauge of the Khonds in the 

Orissa States. 

9©a€lr— €9. ^. ^1—^1 ( G9« ) 

Kandhiani Kandhuni ( See ) 

993— q\ m ^1. ( g. to )— Ql^ ejaGQ otiq 991 G9QI 
Kandhua ( S^?H> ) — ( children ) Carried astride 
. on the shoulders. 

qq. Q. — Sg?IQ^gi«GQ ^Ift9l— 

Carrying a child astride on the shoulders. 
9»?3 ©Q9I— 91. 9— a^S^^Qt^GQ^IQWOQeiQ^ 
Kandhua kariba Qt€^Q QQ. GQI§9i ; QIG^ftQ! — 
#1W^1 To cawy a cnild or y° UD g person by 

^s^^c ^OTIT making him ride on one's shoulders. 
9@3 60QI— 91- 9 • — 2K?i 9t§Q 9I«GQ Oft Ql§£> 
Kandhua heba GWS — To be carried as tried on 
^q^egi " 7 another man's shoulders. 

g»al— gq. 9. sfl — «sioqi ^1— 

Kandhuni A Eiond-woman. 

01^1% ^>«g «®f1« aq— 9$s§. 99iQ«©« a© I 

Kanya V I Mfliqff— 1- 0ne of the 12 "^ 

mansions; the sign Virgo # 


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J> l §Qfl|qQ OQQ^I Gfs^ttQ ^ <91 -.<t^^>- 
1 to$Q Gig gecf Siq 39IQ— 2. The solar mouth 

corresponding to lunar Aiwina 
( September-October. ) 

^Q. aqcq 9^ soiiaao Qy;Q eaiq g^a — og. citogciroig 1 

Kanyaka Smallest ( M. W. ) 

wiqi — e. §. <|. (9«>ii+»saft+a) — 

Kanyaka ^ PqQhIj qjp|. §« — 1. Daughter 

2. Virgin; maiden; unmarried girl. 

* I GWQIgSH TOQi — 3. Bride recently, 

married, 
v 1 Qiwi— - 4. Girl. 

5. Unmarried girl aged ten years; a girl 

in her X Oth year. 

a^9ei QC9Q cota, 99931 © eq^il 

W-CS «9h9| G$|$| «Q$«i>/ Q93GI — CIQ9Sj&fl|] 

9 I SL fl IWI«9^Q 6 ©Q «9^1 G9S — 

6. Cape Comorin and the neighbouring 

country. 

Qdi* sq© qq 9»h«SICi 401 — go?^. g^iqfl. veTsicu 

9 I SIMTIQeiN,GQ QiqQI©G€l < a — 

7. A cfciss of heroines in dramas. 
r | Q9h\ qlf— 

8. One of the solar mansions in Hindu 

astronomy; the Virgo. 
GQ. 9. ( e- Wi$L^) - GQQ9G€1% 9Qh^ — 

Name of a country. 

9^91 eoea ge^a g^iqsq* s:q 1 giQ©i ^igq© ) _, 

Kanyakachhala a$Q|gQ| 91091% srqflQ qq qq 

9I9IQ «Q GWI — Seduction; beguiling 

of a maiden^from her home (M. W.) 

9«l9tS?!Q — ST. M. 9!- (+fllQOj 90j9l + eio)-^- 

Kanyakaja-ta ^ \ sq^|@©| QQ^ q«feflo (qfiyQ)- 

(QOsgifiMOl- *D Qi5!Q — 1. (. a son ) Bora of m 

uamarried girl; born of a girl 

before her marriage. 


■[$*-SM*-$ Q4'il9Q- ^^fQIWS» g^K? 31GS44] 

1. Produced or made in the country near 

Cape Comorin. 
QOHQiaq— 3. 9. (ffoQQIGQ Qm0§9 as?) — 

Kanyakastambha GQQa, ^l^a gQ^GQ «l^ q,1 q^OQ 
©QQ 9IO Q| 02JQQ «jq, ( <J9| GQ^a 

6 ^sjqgq <g3eii<) — 

A pillar sculptured in the shape 

of a woman and used in 

temples. 

. Kanyakubja €IoqqmI«^ 9I«£Q9 Wig q§q|q 

(«a©9 ewgw ©^1)— 

Name of an ancient city of great note 
in W.W.India (the modern district 
of Farrukhabad) (M. W.J 
^. (^. flf^lQ)— 9QSQ (GQ«!) 

Kaniara (See) 

Kanyasamkranti The first day of the solar 

month of Kanya. 

Kanya % £1191% $QI9ia" QQQfg ^^4. ^ Qq 
2«St 8B= ^ | WI + 0<|.ia + ». G^^9IGS)— 
^ I M^l, WjW i 3a. 9JJOI— L Daughter. 

> I <99Q»€oq4l «991gOI ^IQQt — 

2. A maiden in her 10th. year. 

* I mw§®\ QlWt— 3. Virgin; maiden. " 

* l-QQWigOl QIQ9I — 4. Bride. 

>1 W9IS flOTreiOl QQil— 5- Bride-^Iect. 

,_ 9 1 (gqqi$) ^^i*sOi SqpT^i oa — 

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four letters each. 

9. The sixth solar mansion of Hindu 
asfeponom J; the sign of Virgo. 

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Kaniafi (See) 

■QfinlQ©— GQ. 9. W* 9Wj*) — OOiq^i (cQfil) 
Kanyauja Kanyakubja (See 

OWl 9QQ1 — 69. §•— G9fa§ 9919G9IGM 9Q0I9 
Kanya kariba £>96G). QQhI © W© 9QQI — 
*itf| fifo<H l To select or propose a bride for a 

marriageable male- 

<Wil«« — *•> ( ?$ «b WhI+^)-«. I S9I9GQ 

. Kanyakartta w<il Q9Q 3IQ$99; G3 OS*il% QQ 

9IQGQ S$f9itt 9QSJ — The guardian of 

a bride who gives away the girl in 

marriage^ 

•QMQiQ— *• 9". (^1®% 90hI+©IO )-'9lOQ|Q 

Kanyakala «$9l§® Qg^ptQ qflq —1. The time or 

period of virginity. 

2. The tenth year of the age of a virgin. 

Kanyakubja Kanyakubja (See) * 

Kanyakumari 1. Cape Comorin. 

^ I qgia9ia$$WGQ'£j©s» G9sisGtfa — 

2. A Goddess worshipped in the Cape 

of Comorin. 

QQMI99— «. 9$t. (^ °% QQhI + SIQ)— <*i 9GilO|CQ 
Kanyagata <£% Ql 0IO 5 QGIIQ 3RKJQ— 

1. Inherent in or belonging to a virgin or 
* ? maiden. 

j I wwiqlteQ ^9§s> (99)— 

2. (a planet) While in the sign of Virgo* 

'-oMflW— a * s- - (?$ 9 % «*i + gw>— : 

ICanyagrahana Wh^SW 9€t9l — 

Taking a girl to wife. 


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1. Kanatibarda (See) 

r 2-. Female apartments. 

Following after young girls (M. W.) 
O01I«9I— ^- ^. qp. ( 9^1 + 91©^ %qi. W. — GSJ 

- Kanyadita -q^^ ^W^fGQ qsiefel QQ§ ) 

(q^SSrQ. 5KJLei9* ) 
l I Q^IQ 891 —1- Father of a girl- 

> 1 QO<UQ§f (C9«0 
-'.'-' " £ EanySkarttS (See) 

09SIQIO— e. 9. ($>q1 QOi OM + QIO)— 

Kanyadana * | Q^l^G^^GQ 9^slQ^Q ^C?ilCJ[QQ 

1- Griving a girl away in marriage. 

QOhIQ S9^ — Receiving a girl in mar- 
riage (M. W)j> 
go^iQiq — s. Q- («. a* GO; q^hI+^i^) qm aci?!^ 
KanyadSya G9IQ <3SQ Q§91GS3i< TOIfllQi^^ ^^ 

^tWftt 91 ^^^ — ^^ e ^iffi cult y or burden of 

having a marriageable daughter 

still unmarried. 

^l^fiQ - 3. Q- */ (^ql ®% ®^ + ^6Q) -1 I £Q£JT 
Kanyadushaka qj^ 9091^1 91«W%.Q«HI $CQ— 

1. Violator of a virgin. 

J I G9 fifH^Q aotflQ Q^i< :— '?- The earamnia- 
tor of a virgin (M. W.) 

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Kanyadushana «. | fl^iaoi TOil%.9»lglft -QM— 

1. Violation of a maiden; defilemenif of a 

^ virgin. 

tiot! of a maiden^ 

- EanySdekha «6ff«3€l QQ9I— Looki»g.fqr a bride 
*&m\ H for a man. 

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99Hld9— 3. 9. (9^1 S% 99sl + a9)— 99il9 *#%— 
Kanyadhana A girl's property, portion or 

dowry (M. W). 

[g — QOT 219Q|§©1 G9IQ qOi G9QQ 91 a© ©I 

qa aiQ9-§<3j,9] 
©GMas— e. 9. Gpql s% wi +as) w^QflQCQ oaio- 

Kanyapaksha G9Q?(9I ©ffllOflQ 9IWG13 — 

The relatives of the bride who attend a 

marriage ceremony. 

QQMI 9$9I— C9.9.— G9M9 99I9GS1CH QI-flQ 99199IQT 
Kanya pardiba qqh\ qq C991Q 3§1I9 Q§>9I — l 
R^tW ^1 *l^l The mooting of a proposal for the 

selection of a bride-elect. 

eotiQtf— €Q. 9.%1.— 99i9iaf ssyw 91 aqq© 9911— 

Kanyapatra Bride-elect. 


99M!QI$1— GQ.9. %1 (3.99hI + 3IS>)— WtiaiS (G9GI)— 
Kanyapatri Kanyapatra (See) 

99Hfl9l9-St. 9.— 99i!9!9 *. I (G9«l) 

Kanya pradana Kanyadana 1. (See) 

9911691$— G9. 9. <1— 9tilQlj QQilfll; 99«fal— 
Kanyabou Step-mother. 

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Q«WI69I« — G9. •— QWQiq ( G9<9 ) 

Kanyabojha Kanya"daya ( See ) 

99^19931— ST- 9- tf. (©Oil +50 + 31 ai$+9<§. 

Kanyabratastha 8+2S } — q^jflG! $»1 — 

A woman in her monthly state ( M. W. ) 
9911 Q€J0t— G9. 9. %1-^ 95)^ QQ3I ( G93 ) 

KanyS bharija Kanian bharija ( See ) 

Q91I flISO — 69. 9- %1— Q©«0* fll ( G9«l ) 

Kanya maa * Kania S ma ( See ) 

99*IQ— SI. 9— 9©2iQ ( G93 ) 

Kanyara Kaniara ( See ) 

99=11 Q6J91— G9* 9~«W Qf>9l ( G9<2i ) 
Kanya lagiba Kanya pardiba ( See ) 

99<1| €li% — GQ. 9 3a1 — 9S>Q qifll 91 %1$ WI©1— 
Kanya sasu Step mother-inJaw. 


90iig®-e. 9. (fl. 9. G^> 9^l+qa)— Q9il8©l 9«h 
Kanyasulka OI^QQhIQ <$%%<$$ QQ& QQQ>I ^ — * 
The purchase-money taken by th& 

bride's father from the bridegroom for 
giving him a daughter in marriage. 

Kanyasandhikala The time of a girl just before 

she attains puberty. 

9QH?;fl;0l0— 3. $. ( ^><|1 ©Oj OT<jl + $g<?IQ ) — 
Kanyasampradana Q9i9G9<5!GQ WtIQ§f QQhIQ 
9Q 9IQGQ gfld^Q^qa Q§— 
Giving a girl away in marriage.- 
WW^lQfla^ — €T- 9—991135919 ( G9«l ) 

KanySsamarpana Kanyasampradana ( See ) 
99*tl^9i — GQ. Q— ^ I (%Q9 ) 9Q% TOSW9 QSfiS^l 
Kanyasuna 9^^ qqsiq§— 1- A bride\compared 

^PWtW! to gold).. 

-? I ( **fl Q© ) QQ'HI^Q ( GQ«i ) 
2. Kanyasulka ( See ) 
99<iig,q— e. 9— 99n9lgq ( €9« ) 

Kanyastambha Kanyakastambha ( See ) 

9(Nil§4 9tOq 99G5 QCI5) ©iQ 9C*«tg g^ | 

9^IQ— 69, ?. ( 3. ^| ; fll. 9t« )— 9QIQ> ^f— 
KanhaiS Srikrushna^ 

99^— G9G9. 9. (0°) -1 I 3^Slj 391 — 1- Cup. 

Kap j j $q$$ & ^9^ g|££Q ^q 9 , 

^«JJ C^lW 9»^ ^I9ia QQ919 921199! ai§>— 

«CT; IffilT 2. Cup presented to a winning team. 
99 9Q- G9. SI— ^ I 9a 6 Q|«0 QQQ 9SJIQ9!-- 

Kap kap 1. Aching or pangs of a boil or sore. 

^^ > I €^9 9»l 91 9<iaj G99I — 

it^nn 2. Aching of the body. 

* I $D 99919 MO QlOl— 
3. Aching or throbbing due to tight binding* 
90*1- SIG9. ( q^ftqa ) 9. (^. 9a^=§gi 9^1 )_ 

Kapta Q9%|. aJg| TO §^ 9t Ga ^ qq, 9j w _ 

A small cloth worn by women, 

«q$—fllG9. ( sw^ga ) 9, ( e. 9d$«.ggi 9Q (; ^ 

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93£t9— €9G9. 9- ( a°. 9l€tfQ )— 
Kapt5n \ I S?IQ!99€j,99 — 
^t^t^ 1. -Captain of a ship. 

2. Captain of an army. 

Q9g9— 0IG9. (G5WWI1Q) 9—999 ( £9<a ) 

Eaptul % Kabti(See) 

90©— 91. 9. ( tf- ( GOfdlQ )— Wfap ( G9<5t ) 
Kapni Kaqpuni ( See ) 

Q063Q S9I — fll€9. ( 3*1919 ) §— 

Kapsei jiba 3!© 4|Q Ql%g, G9l£$QI — 

To shrink in fear after a beating. 

90991— §9. 9— G9p%ei$ 99IQ9I©?IG9 G©4JIQ 91 
KapakanS 3^IQ Sl»3q CSQ* G91QQ1 <2J5 QOCQ 
9G9— The forked pillar or pillars support- 
ing the hollowed cocoanut trunk which 
• conveys water baled for irrigating fields. 

Kapa^a Si) — *. I §9 — 1. Disguise. 
J I QQ — 2. Pretence. 

* I -Q09I — 3. Deception. 
.v| QTOl —4. Fraud. 

* I aiqj — 5- Illusion. 

9 I «$fl9Q|99 Q3I09— 6. Hypocricy. 
.«, 93— A I SIse^— 1. Crafty; illusive. 
^ 1 €IOj 91919**31— 2. Fraudulent. 
■„ 99. 9— 9CjjG9^fe 1«9 9W (98^9a^iq«) — 
The name of the son of Danu. 

99* QQ9J— ©9. § — «OQ| SfiOQ^I 9^91 — 

Kapata kariba To feign; to practise hypocricy or 
^p^^fl deceit; to pretend. 

1°— 9«J909lj 9q$G9Sa 3 SQQ0«1; 
!63 QCtq] G9IS* G9SIQ %A— 
A pretended ascetic; 

a religious importer. 

90*91— S. 9. ( 93S+SI9. ©I )— 

Kapaf&t* i I QB%H — 1. Deceitfulness. 
> I £9^2. Pretence.. 
* I SO©!— $. Deception; rougery. 


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Kapatapasa Kapatapasa ( Bee ) 

90%gWH— CQ. 9— *> I qa«|QS ^GCT 9G&I* G«a9l 

KapatapasS S& ^©Sl^l — 1. The unfair 

^fafMl game of dice which Durjyodhana 

*Md<*T*H - piayed with guileless Judhishthira 

and which led to the MahUbharata 

great war, 

) I ^flial9^ Q©9 qg£«995Q » <S*t9$te* 

9fi9iqg 6®n Wigs— 

2. Name of an Ordfli poem composed 
by BhraSdhibara. 
99SG93— e. 9—999 3^$ %9$ GSII09 9$. ■ &Q%8 
Kapatabesa aRf^ &9G9S! — A disguise; a 

(99SG931 * %\) mask-false dress. 
ST- 9«l. q*— 90%G9€l1 ( G93 ) 

Kapatabesi ( See ) 

99SG9€lUi3~tf. W. ^°— 99tG9€l1 ( G9«l ) " 

Kapatabesadhari Kapatabesi ( See ) 

( 9aSG9GRIKtffl-tfl ) 
9S*S9€ll-^. 9^ ff. ( 9a^G9€l-|-2IS ^€Q Qftj 
Kapatabesi <^l. W.) — 

( 9QtG9Sfll— *l ) ^ I S^G9S1— 1. In disguise; 

inoognito. 
j I 9^QQ| — 2. Masked. 

99*6fiS4^— S. 9. (?l-a. GQ 3 9*+G9^)-9a€J 

Kapatalekhya QQQGQ GQ«1Q ?JQhQ GC^I^Gg?^ 

9€)l GQqaiK; 9IQ Q6l9r-A' forged document; 

a document with feigned handwriting. 

Qsmiietl-GQ. 9. gr— 9a%©a^1 ( G9« ) 

Kapa^asannyasi Kapatatapaswi ( See } 

GCrgZU - 69. 9^1. ( *. 9Qtl )— \\ 93*1 <" 9«4§ )— 
Kapa^ia 1. Deceitful, 

vflir ^ 1 9a*9iqg ( 9lA 9) 931 )— 

eld 2. Crafty. 

9fl®9l-G9. 3. ( 99i ) ( «T- 90*1 )— 99 9H9I — 
Kapatiba To deceive. 


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Kapafi %s\\. <,9. ) — 

^ I €IO— 1. Fraudulent; cheat; deceitful. 
J I fcK§ — 2. Insidious; roguish. 
■ * I Wty^Q GCIIQ99WI — 3. Hypocritical. 

Kapardchhan Kapardachhana ( See ) 

"«»i— €9. 9. (g.oatjOiaisiaSj ai. qi*)— sjaij 93,— 

Kaparcla Cloth. 

^fB Sqcs 9Q9i seg vis* s^aVQ — p^'otv. fli&epqqgci i 

«8©I8S11— W. 9~ WIGQSeii G91Q319I H$ QOia— 
Kapardachhana Any powder strained through 
*FHC?C W a piece of cloth- 

" SW3SST; G9. 90— QOIGQ 331 G9IQ£[9I— 

*M^i5M Strained through a piece of cloth- 

«9@isqi— G9. 9— 93, s$o qoi. wias>i— 

Kaparciachhata Umbrella covered with cloth. 

$9@>ig«V- GQ. 9. 6 961— OTQI&4I ( G93 ) 

Kapardachhaan Kapardachhana ( See ) 

Oa^lflaa— 91. 9. 6 93— QdQil&ai ( G93 ) 
: Kapar^achhaana Kapardachhana ( See ) 

90©igao8— 91. $■ <3 W— OT3)iM ( G93 ) 

Kapardachhaani Kapardachhana ( See ) 

«9@tgj9 — €9. Q. 6 93 — 9a9!&fll ( G93 ) 
Kapardachhary Kapatgachhana ( See ) 

Q9ei(CD$l— 91. ©. 6 93— QaQi&ni ( g«m ) 

Kapaxdachhuani Kapardachhana ( See ) 

«9@lfi*©l— S1G9. ( Wfaqa ) 9. ( S9QQ €10 ) — 

Kapartlalata fijfliatl — Clothes, 

0Q©|- €9. 9. ( *. QGQ19 )— QGQla— 

Kapata A dove. 

if ltit; firft 

©a4— e. 9. ( o=Qcri i ©«• q«+q ai^=aioQ q^q, 

Kapardda +Q$. q )_^ j gQ©tl— 

1. The matted hair-locks of the God Siba. 
-> I.9Q9 — 2 - A Kaurjii or small shell used 

in currency. 

cacfo— 3. 9. ( sotf+siGa. 9 )— ©stf ( gq« ) 

Kaparddaka Kapardda ( See ) 


9a$9€jGv- ST. W. ( *^l ©9; QQW+flOi ) — ®gg. 
Kaparddakasunya ^jq QgjQ — Penniless; very poor. 

QflSiaio-g. 5..( ^1 6o- QQ^o+iaiQ )— ^gq — 

Kaparddijana Bull. 

^OQaiSPfllff G96U flSl— qiff^J. ft9SG^tQ I 

Kaparddi ^^ \ 

(OT®S!-$I) WIGQ9— God Siba. 

Having matted hair. 
QQftlQQI— flIGQ. ( SPUfclQ ) 5*— €liqplQ9l— 

Kapalaiba To ruminate; to chew the cud. 

-Q'flSQQI-giGQ. ( 51^q.Q ) §— C9QIQ9I ( G9«l ) 

Kapalaiba Kapalaiba ( See ) 

Q9I— TO. 9. ( e. 9ldjq)— ^ | ^Q|— 1. Ciri-ton, 

Kapa > | £)£)| £j^|QQ qq - 2. Cotton tree. 

3. Ql^-Qld"!^ Qldldl; [Q— <9I^QIQ*gQ 6 «§€i 

qTTm; ^ITOT; 6 51IQ §<] i <9IQ ETQCQI^ 91 

^$;fg%^| 9 ff g,| mf Q^" Qg* g^ 

GO. flQj aiQ^go e^fij 6 off- saGQ TO) g ^ 

9§9l « 9GI I SIQs Qig^ OTI Q9 ^svcq €) 9 
^ 91© 9GQ 6 091 9€«Jig I I 

« I GSQ^i QlS ^_9lQ9l ©q^^ GQ^I 91 g^lQ 

BOffq 91 9I9IQ Ga§* GQI^QI €|4 QQGQ 

QCTi'^WWi — 3. The forked pillar or 

pillars supporting the hollow cocoanut 

trunk while irrigating fields. 

v I 9flG^ WSJ ff«aGQ G9S1I99I f aia .aoi©a— 
4. White spots found on finger-nails. 
[3 — €Q€$ GQQQ Q«3tGQ <3Q5i 931 £J|9IQ G9«i£ll<, 

GQG9 99§j ca, G3 9^ alg ot qai 8$9 pjaisi 

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©aiga^ <qi q^ (g9iQ)— G9. 919m— eaqf jbgq 

Kapa kapura ekS bh5u ^qq & 9?^ Q9I2T SQ 

^ fifefa ^^R gq|9 9«i99lQ 91 9^Q 

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equally regarded and treated. 

-QSiatQ— w. 9.— easffliiQ si 9$ giqasqgoai- 

Kapakhai ££*%a& a^eil 9QS1K1 — 

5?Wi, ^? ffiKte ' A machine by which the seed is 
SfRsft* sfeft separated from cotton. 

^31^ — % m q. (^=9i^+a% ai^ 3o^=aif altera© 

Kapata 9Q9I 5 0IQ9I+9& a) — 

*. I 991* — 1. Door. 
) I giQQ 2I9Q«aa$ — 2. Door-leaf. 

eaisa— s. 9* -(90fo+99 ai^=aqiQ 9Q9i+9$.a)— 

Kapataghna q?9!i qrf QGQ 3§9t G^9— 

A thief; a house-breaker. 

9CIIW®^:«. 9. (^ 0®» 931% + q«)— 

Kapatasandhi GQ910 6 99lt%dg TO 91 £TW — 
The space between the door-leaf and the 

door-frame. 

<99l9fiN— €9. 9. (91019 + ^3) 93102^9191091 ^Ql— 
Kapatula Cotton from the Cotton-tree 

t 9— £§9 6 «9fl C12GQ £JWI £TQ-69f«a% fel 
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-99lff$— 69. 9 - 03199011 S&IGQ $91 GSqS 901 — 
Kapstphuta The cotton and seed inside the pod. 

•9919991—69. 9. — <* I G&qg 901 $91 GSJQ — 

Kapabakarda . 1. Pods of cotton.- 

3fe J I 93IQ «K«t 0«— 

TftftTTC '©Ift 2. Raw cotton-pods. 

9QI«— Sl€9. W«&$) 9. (3- 9319)— 9EHQ (G9«) 

Kapala Kapala ( See) 

99IQ— $. 9. (9 = ag,9+aioai9=osi9Q9i+9$. 

Kapala »)— 1 I q«lQ gqft — 

1. Skull; cranium. 
J I $QS } QQ — 2. Brow; forehead. 

afiJeQ «ot§ s o$ tcio «o — aiqoi. fl^raoo 1 
* I s 9%> QS^** — «*■ Destiny; luck; fate. 

.-_ 0) «aie« e^geQ qptce (? wkj — ©« 1 
v 1 9Q3Q ©fll4— 
4. The lower half of a water-jug. 


Rise of fortune. 


* 1 99 <aaq — 

5. A large broken piece of earthenware. 
9 I QSIQI9 — 6. Beggar's bowl. 

5> 1 ©H3 cone; ^g9aift— 

7. The shell of an egg. 
r I $39 — 8. Collection. 

* I <}qGqG9GSS — 9- A kind of leprosy. 
Q8IQ69IQ — €9- 9- — ^ I €3lsjCi«j — 1. Good fortune. 

Kapalajora " > I QCh S^ 6991 — 

^ffac^fa 2. Smiling of fortune. 

99IQ a$Qi— 69. 9-— 6^€h $9$} 6991- 
Kapala paiciiba 

99l»9lf — 69, 9. (*. 9aia+a|)— qQa|-=- 
Kapalapati Forehead. 

OaiOCT^I — G9. 9&. «L° — «* I 99^€li— 

Kapalapha^a 1. Unfortunate. 

9ai99'G$$ i J I 9fe— 2 - Unlucky. 

QQifi&ftl [ ^ w 1 9©q€n 9ft9r«jL«waT (gai— 

99|QEnG^Q ' QQIOCTtl 931 91 Q*®\ 1) 

^Itcf^l, C^fSt^ttfrral 3. Capable of making 
3CTX*n; ' one unfortunate. 

99IO ffl§9l— €9. 9-—^ I ^31 <3f 91— 

Kapala phatiba 1. The happening of misfortune 

^*tt«w#i > 199911 — 

*mra%Rt * 2. Misfo»tune; bad luck. 

OQIQQ^— G9. 93. X- W- 9310+99)— q«H9l9 — 
Kapalabanta Fortunate. 

9aia99} * 7 tf 
9Qi99$1 J 

©Qifi^©— e- 9. -(p^l 99; 9aia+^9)— safir.pgig 

Kapalabhati Qa|oq[ <3§9l%a G9I^I»9 Sl^^9 

S§^I9G€I^— 

A process of rubbing of the brow 

practised by persons practising Joga. 

09IQ%o— «r.w.q?— (9a»-+Q ai^« aci9i+9$.9 H a) 
Kapalabhrut — QG^Qiaai^— Holding a skull. 
9. 9-— V I «q9— 1- Beggar. 
-> 109— 2. GodSiba. 


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Kapalamoohana 1. A plaoe of Hindu-pilgrimage. 

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Kapalajanfcra Ghatijanfcra (See) 

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^*rfe*T *te ^hlt, ^*tfa sMsfa 1. To strike one's 
palms on the forehead as a sign "of 

grief. 

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2. To bow one's head to one's lot. 

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Preordained (thing). 
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Preordinance of God. 
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Kapalalikhana ( See ) 
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Kapgja leutiba The dawning of good fortune. 

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Kapajalekhana Kapalalikhana ( See ) 


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Kapalalekha Kapalalikhana ( See ) 


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Kapalia 1. Fortunate; lucky. 

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V9!G»^ > 2. Having a : brow; browed. 
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Kapaliba Kapalaiba ( See ), 

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- Kapaliba JlapalSiba ( See ) 

^ a pali ^va. 

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Goddess Durga. 
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Feminine of Kapalia. 
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The upper piece of wood in a door-frame. 
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Rapaleswara An image of Siba. 

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3. A Sudra caste dealing in tobacco. 

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Rspi l-| 9tO% SKfQ — 1. Ape; monkey. 
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Kapikaja (See) 

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GQIQ— Cabbage. 

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4. To write answers at examinations 
by using unfair means. 

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^rfvf^of 3fl§) — A pulley; a crane. 

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Kapiketana Kapidhwaja ( Sfte ) . . .-.= :'. > 

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Eapitinduka Makarjia kendu ( See ) 

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^f*t«13l ^fll^l^iq i!Q9l — To catch or detect 

an examinee using unfair means. 

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Kapidhwaja ^ I 3^0 — 1. Arjuna. 

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^Ql^) — 2. Arjuna's car, having a flag 

with the figure of a monkey on it- 

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3. The flag of Arjuna's car. 

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Kapipippali 1. The red veriety of Acheran- 

thus Aspera (plant). 

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2. Surjyamukhl ( See ) 

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Kapila Q@+ag<i&). » ) — 

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1. Tawny colour. 

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system of Hindu Philosophy. 

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6. A town, the birth-place^of Buddha. 

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r I €9©i9GSS — 8. A demon. 

ti | qs — 9. Bishnu. 
vo I aff— 10. Fire. 

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12. Name of a sage. 

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Kapila draksha Raisin. 

Sj^jijyadruma A tree with scented wood. 

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- ^apilabSsfeu q»aist — The capi&Lof Suddho- 
dana, father of Buddha and the birth- 
t; , v place of Buddha. 


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Kapilamuni ©Q^9I q© — 

1. Name of a sage who destroyed the 

sons of Sagara by bis angry look. 

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2. Name of the author of the Samkhya 

system of Hindu Philosophy 

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Kapila «iajsapaf ; T?awny giesoo tree. 

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Kapila smruti The Hindu Code of Kapila. 

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KapiJIt - qS^ G9WQ 9^-9g1 QSOOQ tf; 9^ 
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phants guarding the S. W. point of the 

compass. 

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Blackwood or Sissoo tree. 

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Puranas who was said to give anything 

'tfesired of her. 
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7. Nori-venomous leech. 

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"tf I 9SQ 99^1 — 
9. The daughter of Daksha* 

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Fame for calling Kapila. 

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Feminine of Kapila. 

G9. 93. — 9@fl9tf99^| — Brown. 
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A class of Sudras. 

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KapUaiba Kapalaiba (See) 

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* Sapila gal 1. Yak. 

■■'-> i : 9lflSas^— 2. The cow 

celebrated in the PurSn&s as the giver 

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Kapiiaswa G9IQI — LA brown horse. 

2. Indra. 

* ' 3. Name of a king of the Solar 

. i dynasty. 

Kapilasa £9913 a^—1. The name of apeak 
^fp|9TfI of the Himalayas, said to be the abode of 

Lord Siba. 

2. A mountain in the DhenkSnala State 
;...,-. of Orissa. 


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Kapilasia chhata €>p 9 ©IQQp 291 — A kind of 

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KapileSwara ( See ) 

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Kapi leswara 


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Kapisa qioal© 'S^Q 9§ —Brown colour. 

Brown; ashy. 

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Kapisa <, | q^^^G^^ — 1. The name of a wine. 
j I OCaQGQS —2. The name of a river. 

* I *LQSiGQGil QS1 — 3. The river Subarnaa- 

rekha. 

4. The Cossai river in Midnajpur, 
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creeper. 

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, Kapisi Wine; spirits. 

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aiQlQQ — The top of a compound wall. 
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Kapitaka # Cascinium Penestratum. 

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* i aqiq^il qoi (gq«) 

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v i to8b©1: <* fl^N 8a»1— 

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* I g^ fiia— 5. Acacia "Lebbec (tree) 

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camphor; having the smell of camphor 
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1. Pigeon. 
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* I Sal — 3. Bird. 

Kapotaka i | QGai© ( QQ<3i ) 

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J I 9*5^ aa1—-2. Small or tiny bird. 

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3. Sulphuret of antimony. 

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2. A kind of perfume. 
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Feminine of Kapotaka. 

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Kapoteswara Siba. 

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1. An iinaginary^story. 
. / I QIQCIs^-2. A canard. 

* I «KUQ 50IQ — 3. Meaningless talk; 

ravings. 




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fabricated; got up (story). 

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Kapojaraga The rosy fiush in a healthy cheek, 

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Kaptan Kaptan ( See 

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Kaptipada gqif <i qg g|q<^ Q9m— A small estate 

in the Feudatory State of Mayurabhanja 

in Orissa. 

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the body.. 
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Kaphakaturi AkarakarS (See)- 

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Kaphakaphia Q£f ii|^_gy|Q ( 9h§ )— Habitually 

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increase in the phlegm system. 

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Kaphakurchchika G93199! Off) — V i «Q1Q — 

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mouth on account of cold. 

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on account of cold. 

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antiphlegmatic. 

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Kaphabarddhaka Kaphakara ( See ) 

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Kapha heba Kapha kariba" ( See ) 

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phlegmatic. 
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Kabji Kabja ( See ) 

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Kfibra ^ 91 9GQI3JQ 9^ 9i© (Gf|$ )— 
\ . t '. Multicoloured (cow). 

«$«— S-9. ( ^ ^^Q,9ftS$+ ; <?$. 819 )— 3§H9; 

Kabaka S^-^Mhs&rbfei. 

$>9W— eft "a'(»HSJ9€^)— 99ft #$ft ( G9«l ) 
: Kaba kasba * feabar kabar ( See ) 

QQQ— tf. 9. ("%**■&? 9ft91 + $<$- SlQ )— ^ [ $|# 

Kabacha 1. Armour; mail. 

> I £9QiqiQ 2CTQg| G$9I $SQS*GR G999IS 

,. SBG9 C9M99I GgIS— 2. A hymn which 

is recited to protect the devotee fpom 

karm, 
•I W Qfl 9ft9l 9flG$ 9<i9§£> QQQ§® — 
3. A charm; an amulet; talisman. 

' -* I QW% 9l9i — 4. A kettledrum; 

" > I Q^Q^ $% QS— $• A tree. 

. ? l.ciQft m ( g. a93l€ift ) — 6; Bark. 
'^VV^ a§9l— €Q. £— Wfi*g Q19GGI aQ9l — 
( Ka s *ba* s cha* kari par^iba ' To read incoherently. 

*' ' fctecliapatra Tlie bark, of Birdh tiree. 


©®e«i*r-e^..a. to].fe -99'9)— fl*a«^9»?(i99% 

Kabachiba 01991 91 ,$$§£> QQ9l-r^ 

9€>Q^-.G9eQ. -9..;< «- 9^©=Q9Q. 99^ «9) — 
Kabaj v I «9 5 -at^ Gqa— : 

1. Restraint; stoppage. 

( saai— 4i9K?96ji*G9H|9^ffli ) 

^1 2$JSJQ-— 2. Control; authority. 
« I £$to — 3. Receipt, 

'■ v I <^1M^ 91^191*1 '^fflft ^3*3]©, Jag'esj 
G%OTIG9 ©l«W ^ft^l 9a^RQt>l%«l9ft 

4. A system under the rule of Mahontedan 
Emperors by which soldiers were 
authorised to realize their pay direct 

from Zainmd&rs. 
«9©— G9GQ. 9— 9$© ( GQ«1 ) 

Kabaji Kabji ( See ) 

9©©:0«»iH-G9. S — GOR 9ft £Jft9l; ei3 ^91^- 

Kab*ji dhariba ^. . To hold with a firm grip^ 
QQftQI— 160. ^—^ I GQift ^ft aft9li Sl$§> ^ft9l— ' 
Kabajiba 1. To hold with a "firm grip. 

.^.1 W9IQ9IJ9Q 9ft91— " " ' ? '"' 

2. To stop; to restrain. 

QQ$ ( Q9W )—fll. 9- (^- 991^)— 99lt Q9i» (GQfl) 
Kabata ( etc ) l ' Kabata etc '( See) 

QQti— gq. 9. .( *. ©idiaa^. ^«. aia 91*)— 

Kabata ^ ( figisjciij Ogl— 1- Rag. 

**l?" "i l'^lG«?paftGacj v Ga* w- 

" %<I?t 2. A small cloth for females. 
* I W0$-"3. Strip of Cloth. - 

Q9S9I— gq. $. ( s. 99it ; 99i*^tq aw^aflWi 

Kabatiba ; 2lt99tft ) 

^ I G9fa§ alffGQ atwr— F 
1. To be detained at a place. 
.> I Q§ 'ft89l-^« ^° ^tick at a place. 
99? Q^f— 6Q. 3— 99S91 ■( , 69« ) 

Kabatirahiba Kabatiba (See) 

.QQO-HT, 9- ( 99 yi^Q&QI Q^QI +.^9." W )— ' 
Kafcma 1 1 $©QI — 1- Ppetical composition. 




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J 1 I ©QOL— 2. Poem, 


'e? a* <aqqj q©6s* *wst — 

--,-." s * -s 

Kabandha ©qj 9$ a|$=Q«IQ9i + giflj&Sf. 9 >— 
v I sier cpgfcQ qga qgO^P €99— 
1. Headless trunk which, is still capable 

of Coring the limbs. 

■QgagQ^Q a«Q ajj?: sq acr^ocM SQ9iQC9«i 

SIM I <3§QQ. 9ft 9S899) a«LQ ^9 gq G9Q *£Q 

xqa a© s@s«n a&$ 9fi*9s* ewiQ aa G9«i9i<i i ] 

J i WSJ* €99%fl£9 Eia^Q^BQ^© — 
# *2. Decapitated trunk. • 

«9fc99£ oca C|q« 9CWGO 

036^ G9WI 9fl flGSIQOOQ — qaWfcfc P^IOI?) I 

;" * **■( G&MQS ) ^—3. (Himdu astroiieB^x) 

The ascending Node; T^he. Dragon's head 

(aai — q$d qoeq G9$_ oqpssp 99* ag* i 

<9IQ flgwa q^ act I. ) ,Vv 

"*" I a9G9% — 4. A comet. '' 

*• i ©031091*1 flgeqo qsq^coS— 

5. A headless demon ' who' waiS " Mfletl 

by Ramachandra- 

. ^ IS— <i qa«9« 9j> 3Q> £® <19^9© 

■qsio^Qr seer <39iQ q$ G99i^ qfl9§.,:qeK% 
w^QH' «9kjl$qcq «]a$i caio ae&^&^t ] 

$ \ 00-—*. Water. ■ i - ~ 

5» | g&— 7. Mouth. 
r I $9Q — 3. Belly. 

9. Rudra, an incarnation of God Siba. 

^"° i afiWKag (@. as>siciQ)— 

10. Name of a Gandharba. 

11. Name oi a sage. 


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QG>q1— ^. q ( 9=SQ-h9^ai^=qqooQQ|+g^. 
Kabayl q©. ^q|. ^9)— $$fll2— A iihd^dff fish; 

anabas- 
QQQTOQ— G<>. ■» (^h<^0QI3)— t ( «J, -"' "QUft" f CjW# • 

^1^ ' &15*^2. Sound of small fishes 

' "' frisking anfi playing i^witei". 

> 100Q «6q. ',<?g«[flg ait <&ti8tffj" 9t^ 

QIOQ- — 2. Talking aloud for a length 

of time. 

Kabar kabar Kabar kabar ( See ) 

Kabara . v I aiOQ—1. Reading. 

__ ' .. .2, ^ Of yeriegated colour; rainbdw-coloured. 

* I 9ft&— 3. Connected 

V I ^©O — k Ornamentefi; '^ Jl 

^ I GM*3iWi— K "lPyittg"cft the hair in to a 
"knot; arranging the hair. 
J I GQ3QI3 — 2. A mass of hair, 

• iqsxs— 3; Salt. ' 
■w 1 act— 4. Acid. 

5. A covering for the* head, made of 

leaves of trees. 
9 * Sft Mia'( 9- ClOTiaQ )— 6'. CtusW. r 

€WJ <?J WGaiQQI CJ^— 1. Grave. 

^M^, W 2, A pulpit within which a dead body is 

interred. 

3. Interment of a dead bddy. i " ' 

Kabara hsbara V l,W8 *^l ,(€9^) 

■ ,*; Kabar kabar (S (See) 

.../- *M W9Q (con) 

.: K v " £ BaEftak (See) 


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GQQfllOl— GQGQ. 9- ( «8. Q2+CT1. SIQI )— 

Kabarakhfina SSISICSS; QQ CaiQQIQ €?Q^ giO— 
A burial ground; graveyard. 

99Q 6Q9I — GS>. $ — q© 9i§Q W$ SaiQ^l— 
Kabara deba To inter; to lay in the grave, to 
bury a dead body, 

Kabarasthana 9Q$$M ( QQ® ) 

Kabarakhana ( See ) 

9QQ— G9. S>— ©StfN 91 6@QIQ OT9JW6Q §«9I <fr 

Kabara QQlQ 918 — A species of sea-fish. 

gie^. ( g^qs ) w. ($• w^> ai. wq 3 $?• 

^ftl QO> $9€Q QQI, GIQ, TOOT ®§ QW 
a^^QQWl — Of variegate colour. 

Dulabha plant ( See ) 
QGQ— *. S. ( Q9Q+«J. $ )— 

Kabari V I GffflWiW; Q§H; G«1<ai— 

1. An artistic dressing of the hair; a 
chignon; a knot of hair. 

> i W33 ; 9oq ( cqs )-. 

2. Dufabha ( See ) 

9QQQ«9— *. $. ( $>ql G% 99q + W» )— 

Eabarlbandhana V i $91 91^91 — 

1. The dressing of the hair into a knot. 

> I 9®I9I»— 2. Tied hair. 

* I £*©l— 3. Chignon; the hair of the head 

tied into a knot. 

«Q«— $, Q. (9i»cw)— o,«,a,<a,s <% ansaii 9$— 

Ka-barga The group of the first five consonants 
_ ka, kha, ga, gha and na. 

99Q— *. 9. (Q=GQ + QO ai^=9»9IQG99l+9Qia. 
Kabala «)— * I Q|g ; qqfeq #QGQ Q$9! G^TO— 
1. A morsel; a mouthful of food. 
} I 3wi — 2. Devouring; eating. 
*> I Q|Q?fi flIS — 3. A large scalelesa fish. 
v 1 q€, QQ<8 (600) (ftr aOTlfilQ)— 

4 A unit of weight. 


* 1 aQeQ ai^eQ aqiQ^i aiS; 9ea ai8 

(g. €I£?3I«!Q) — 5. A mouthful of water. 

Kabala karibS 1. To eat. 

^*I ^A Q9io €190 ei^iGQ e«o, «$s» 9<^oi «o «oio. *io « 

> I 9o CWI— 2. To devour. 

Kabalata (etc) Kabulat (etc) (See)& 

©QQ©— S§€9, 9.— -9S8© (W«l) 

Kabalati Kabulat { See) 

Q«t. — Gttl $>® saiQ^I— Taken on lease. 

QQtti— w. Q— Q^q ( wa ) 

Kabala Kabara ( See ) 

G9. (OQi) Qtil. — ( S. 99»©IQ^il ) — 
\ I gWQIftd— 1- Devouring. * # 
^ I WlWIfl— 2 « Destroying. 

Kabala 99!Q — Deed of sale; sale-deed. 

Kabalaiba Kabaleiba ( See ) 

Kabala karaiba $Q£| €R«Q €ff9l*— 

^H*t| ^TtH To have a deed of sale execuued by 
4?4TttT ^<t<Tt another person in one's favour^ 

Kabala kariba To purchase land by a deed of 
■$-4l*tt<Hl sale* 

QQQ 9Q6QOI — N. Q — ©^IQ'Jiq ©3 9§ OftQI— 
Kabala karidebS To sell land by a deed of sale 

9QQ dftiQQ— GQ. ( QQQ& ) Q-— ^ Q$ 9QQI QICT 
Kabala sampadana QQQ^Q ^ISQ^Q^l — 

Ezecution of a sale-deed, 

QQfiSO— G9. W." ^ ( ?f. WftQtq )— 

Kabalia ^ \ gwoiq. 99»0I^! -1. Devouring. 


999QI 


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-M QlaOiq— 2. Destroying. 
99»9I— e- 9. ( TOO+SHfllCar. 9 + 3,1. «. )— 
KabaJikS ^ | QWQQ 99igiq QQI9qi §&*. g$fS— 
1. Poultice; medicine applied to a sore by 

means of a rag. 

> I 99 QaCQ 9<S?l99l £»— 2. A piece of cloth 

tied over a sore or wound; a bandage. 

Kabalita + q£ © ) — ^ { qSfo— 1. Eaten. 
-> I ai9! gig QqaiQ z§. gj. tjogra— 

2. Devoured; swallowed up. 

* I 9<tl9 — 3. Filled; pervaded. 
9QGQQ9H— 69. §.(«.. 9§S*~gl9l9 ) — 

Kabaleiba <, | aaG9Q9| — 1. To threaten. 
*1?il** -> I 91*19^ $|9IQ 9qp G09I — 2. To make or 
S^p^Tsg force a person to admit or agree to a 
• thing. 

* I G9fa3 9211 GWfoGGQ $9IQ G99| — 

3. Very skilfully to make a person 

speak out something, 
v I g9§f09l~-4. To induce, 

99IQ9I— €9. 9 . ( £)IOl9 09* ) ( *. 990 )— 
Kabaiba 999.9! m& €9S* a9$iq file Q39 999H 
To burnish armour by applying 

oil etc. 

-, * 

9019— G9G9. 9- ( a. 99l£[9=Q£jCI 5 9«i9gi )^— 
Kabach *. | §aiga.|QqrQ Qsicpq qj $&&&&* 
^ff? 99€b — 1. Manoeuvre; mock fight. 

*>TO3 j> | £3913199 ©Iftfl; q<999«il Sal— 

2. Military drill. *- 

* I $.9 9Q9IQ ©£J3 — 3. Rules for fighting. 

SIG9. ( qsidSLQ ) 9-^| ; 9399; 9iiqia— 

Athletic feats. 

9919— C9C9. 9. a— 99IO ( G9S ) 
Kabaj Kabach ( See ) 

991$— g. 9- ( 9+a« yi%=aiQ9i+9^.a ; a §1969 

Kabata q «l€9€l ) — 931 fc — Door-leaf. 

$s©$ oitefcftS ca $aa qct^ ©a 991% 1 


.9. 


GQ- 9. — OflfllQQ? 9eaiQW9€M — 

A family-title amongst the Doms. 

991* GI6&9IQ9) — G9. $*— QSq^QI 991%$. 3°£t©8 9<3 

Kabata aujaiba 9S19I — To shut the door partly. 

99I*9S1— G9. 9- ( S. 99l%+G9iSI )— 1 I 991% 

Kabatakana GSQ9€* gqqq 991$ <$ $|g flaiC Q 

^*itfl>3(3fal q^qi "q^q^jiq 91 G9I3— 1- The 

wiffti *5t«TF corner or angular space between 

the door, when opened, and the wall. 

> 1 ( qmi^T ) gs q&ig qg 319 — 

2. A place of concealment in a room, 
• ! ( QMS ) a$jga — 

3. Harem; female apartments. 

991$ 916)91— €9. $. ( e. 991^ + «a )— €fl«?[9l 
KabSta kilibS 991*^ 9Q 9Q9I; ^19 ^9 9€19I— 
^<#C«f^n To bar the door. 

99l^€l— fit. 9—991^961 ( G9«l ) 

Kabatakuna Kabatakana ( See ) 

991*^3-91, W-llGaqf 9<l§ 9£j 91 ^IG9 

Kaba^aknnian 09 QOCQ «Jp QG9-1. (aperson) 

concealing himself inside the house 

through fear or shame. 

> i'Gaiajq (9^)— 2. Underhand (matter). 

* 1 qgctMi w gqj^o— * 

3. Settled by secret consultation. 
99!*€9lfl— e. 9.( 991% +€9MS )— 99lt9^l ( €9« ) 

Kabatakona Kabatakana ( See ) 

99l*69l@?8~— €9. 9^1— 991tq|ta* ( G9« ) 

Kabatakopian Kabatakuniafi (See) 

99lt€99l— G9. $— 99lt 009I ( 69«l ) 

KabSta deb5 KabSta kilibS ( See ) 

991* 99IQ9I — G9. § — «. I 99|t 9199! ( G93 ) 

KabSta pakaiba 1. Kabata kiliba ( See ) 

> I ( QMKf ) 39^ 9s§^ €10^ «§9I% 9 

€991 — 2. Not to let a person come to 

one's house. 
991*8*1— G9. 9. ( S. 99lt+Q|l )— G9Q QSIfllW 
- Kabatapata gGSIOGQ 991% ©aft CTIMK1 — 

Door-planks. 


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09 €«{*e^ €069 <1 Q9IC9ISC3 fiflO? COS? €99 €9 Q!Q g»llSS8 ©9Q ' 90qa J .91 I ©$S> 9^ 9( ft ffiqQ SO CGUG9I9^ C^9 1 €101— *atf 9 
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9Qifc 9©QI — G9. 9— <jj!Q 9g'G9IRi39l— 
. Kabata paidiba The shutting up of a door. 

^ftt^f q^ 9geg9^WIQ 9l*i 

tWlss*^ $w\< oi cicT » a$ «9i*— , 

9QIS3€)g — GQ. 9— GQ^ Q€ * SJ?"Q9«CQ ; 9<W* Gjfll- 
Kabataparichha Q<?|. qiq Q3I99I. G3!Q GU«l qeiGQ 

w3£ Stone-lintel; the long slab of 

stone set above the opening in the wall 
intended for the door. 
991* 69QQ9I — 31. $—K t Q9lfc 53IQ©IQ9I— 

Kabata pelaiba 1. To shut the door partly. 

> I <3Q«I^QO 9qaiQf[9l Q9lfc$ 9191% GOS* 

G9Q 9£9I— 
2. To push a shut door for opening it. 

Qei9KQ QQ9 C3 991* CQqQ — 9,39°$. 99IQQ9 1 

991* CQft9l— SI.-5*--99IS.GaQQ9l ( GQ€I ) 

Kabata peliba Kabata pelaiba" ( See ) 

991* 9© 9Q9I— G9. $—991* Q199I ( G9<5I ) 

Kabata banda kariba Kabata kiliba ( See ) 

99i^fi*aiQ91— GQ. §—K I 991* W 9Q9I— 

Kabata lagaibS 1. To shut the door. 

> I ©$9iOGq 99t* $TRQ «19|. ^|Q 9SIQ9I— 
2. To fit the door-leaf to the door-frame. 

991*1— e. 9. ( 991*+*]. « )— 99l* ; ^M3BQ— 
Kabati # • Door-leaf. 

tffclQ ©OH GQi! ©99 9!999ls1 — 99C(£. qolO | 

GQ: %~K I Gat 991* — 1. Small door. 

> 1 9ft 2D9Q ag'Q ggJGQ 492119^ wia 
G9IQ A9I99 «8I J3JQ^Q1 a|$ 91 9IOQ GS* 

Q99 — 2. A Valve; safety-valve. 

991$ — G9. 93. 1°. 6 %1. ( 9. 9a*=9£1 ; 90. $. 

Kabardi 99i?£p=$$ 9i9Siq 9^91 ^g. q^. 

Gg%>— 6^©^§a — Foolish; idiotic. 

«Qi^aj— giGQ- (SplQ«ll) 9. ( §». g. QQI9l=9»e 

Kabardia QsQgiq Q^Qi 9«*§- 99. qio )— 

^ I ^qq—1. Servant. 

J I 9ISI— 2. Slave. 

Foolish; idiotic. 
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OOIQ — G9GQ. Q, ■{ «•. 9^19 ) — Sj9IQ*a§>9l 91 9^GQ 
Kabab qg qw ©?o" g^jsQ a$ 9<^ . QQ?(9I . 9J 
<Pi^N Q©^9i ?l| o g«l§-'Eoasted meat; roast. 

[3— SH*q«jL Wf« WQ 91? 91 <jf«l ®I^LG9TO 
?lGsr G€ll»|Cl G^l^GQ ?l«Ka 6 c^ ; gciio, Qg qpi- 
Ctl*9^«J5M99GQ Getl§» Og* QflGQ 3a G9IO *^9 
G91QQQ Sfi^GQ Q§ %999^l GQ«!Q SH°S SSflQl 
as^9 9QQ9I^§<I I ai°3 §g9GQ QI9I99I^§< i] 

G9.-M.— W9©«f QQGQ %9F «^9IGQ Wl 
G91Q^9I (ars) — Boasted (meat). 

991GJS)9-Qi. 9.— OTI^p© (GQ«) 

Kababchini Kababchini (See) 

9913JM * G9. «• (a. 99M9 +g. ©©) ia1o©©@ ; <J9- 
Kababchini ©|«s^ q^Q Sfl^QQ trjH TOG] — Oabeb. 
(ST. ^Qg% ^^EfQ- Piper Cubeba; the seeds of 
s(£1§a^9 ; 9GQtft9) tne Piper Cubeba; Cubeba 
^fafafci^ Officinalis. 

ta. 9919l^/9S86iQ«i fe— <39l ©I^SIwdQ Q9I 6 
GO. WIQ©£> ©SQ ^Q £T» ; ^91Q 289IQ CT«- 

Sl. 9°G^!^9iq.Q©^ 9l€lO 9Q ^§ fffl-l 6 G9$fQ€ll 1 
€Ti. 9919^ <9i aiq 6 51^91 ^laQ ^ig 1 

«ftclsfeft;+lNftri5f; Q§<a 6 aC^ QCIOWGQ a'G^ 
<j)ltaTO QlGO <91Q ^ §< I <I9IQ ffG>GQ 

GQI^-0 6Q«W OIQ flWj 491 9193^^9, 9TO8giQ9, 

G^©39^, ag 6 was GQ ©a^iq 1 1 

09IOGQ8— 91. Q.—99I9©© (€9«l) 

Kababcheni Kababchini (See) 

9QI0GQ©— 91. Q.— 9919©© (G9-3) 

Kababcbeni Kababchini (See) 

09IQ— SIIG9. W<l«KLQl©. (ifi.8.W«Kl-9j j 91A— 

Kabar 1. Work. 

S I 9IQ9IQ3 G9SIQ — 2. Trade; transactions^ 

OOIQ— giG9. (CIOOIO) Q. — GQ^* 9h§ S>GfQ^Q2 91? 

KabBrj ^ISflQ Q2SQ 9GQ-^P^e wbo prepares 

charcoal from wood brought from the woods. 

99iq (PSNIO)— G960. Q. ( *>. )— 99Q QMS (G93) 

Kabala etc. Kabala etc. (See) 


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Kabi %a[^«»SQQ€»H-9$. q)—k 1 WiQOQ; 

{©SI— %]) a^^HQQQ— 

1. Composer of epic; poet; bard. 
-» I QQSmQ€J|I $>i§ — 2- Prophet; seer, 

* I Q$l% 9§© — 3. Man of learning. 
v l s& — 4 The sun. 

* I Cao© (§. «OTtQQ)— 5- Owl."" 

* & The regent of the Gods; the planet Venus. 
9 I Qgj| — 7. Brahma, 
r I ci|q QQ^Qi— 8. A composer of songs. 

■<» I («>ra) qqoaig<Sqe^owiQQ^a«Qi^ 

9. Name of the author of the poem 

R&ghabapandabiya. 

A* J "W$§— 10- Sage Baliraki. 

11. Bridle of a horse; reins. 

A family-title of cowherds. 

giw. (?§§?) Q-— gi§^ ffeaiaiweflfl — 

A family-title of Brahmans. 

^ ^gj — ^ | qg>@ — 1. Omniscient. 

. J \ QQShQ^I — 2. Gifted with insight. 

* I ©$kto— 3. Thoughtful. 
■* I ^OQIQ — 4, Wise. 

* I Q§Qd1-*-5. Prudent. ( M. W. ) 

9 \ ga°SW —6. Praiseworthy. 

9 t ©%Q— 7. Cunning. ( M. W. ) 

r I 3IQS— 8. Skilful. ( M. W. ) 

CQG9. («B) « — 99 '( N« ) 

* V * Kabbhi(See) 

3SQ— 3. 9. ( 93+HG2I. 9 )'—%> I €«HW fijciw — 
Kabika 1 - ^e reins or bridle of a horse. 

2. A kind of fish; Anabas. 

* I qSS&JS — S. Fame of a flpwer, 

4. A kind of edible plummet-lilee berry ; 

arid its tree. 


Kabika 1. Beins; bridle. 

> I 9££9iS — 2. Anabas (fish ). 

"* i ©a : ( q^ 6oa) — ~ 

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Kabiguru il^Q q<3|Q SI9QQ QIGjje €$— 

1. Sage BSlmiki who is said to 

have been the first man to utter 

a couplet of sloka. 

J I Mf 9Q— 

2. A prominent or chief poet. • ~ 

eeog—g.'O. (9tf| ooj a«iW; Q$+og) — Q9£&% — 

Kabich&ndra A prominent poet. 

qqq® ©iqqa atfi— GQ. Q.(oifl)— aqi«iaoifi?lQoeSo 

Kabichandra NarSyana 8arma Q9 — 

Name of an Oriya poet of the eighth 

century. 

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oeoo Q^oia asjQi — g^. q. (©ia)— ©e^i 6©ao siiol^ 

Kabichandra raghunatha pariksha Q9; [ <391^T 

^i^giQ oaifl sea ai€i»iG«^3€Q 1 fi eciia|»i2i- 

Name <*£ the author of an Oriya drama 
'GopTnatha Bailabha.' 

Kafebhatnri 9^CJrQ ©%Qa^ — Poet's skill, 

QQ9\ — G?€0. Q. («. Q901}— Q^l (GQ«) 

KabijS Kabja ( See ) 

Q96»H$— 3. ©- ( 9^1 00; ©O+QQiq )— 
Kabijyeshtha 9€?g%( W«l ) 

Kabiguru ( See ) 

QQO — 91- 9- ( e- 9QO! )— K I Clio — 1. Song. 

. Kabita ' *? 1 QQOI— 2. Verse; rhyme 

twoi— ^r." o.-tfl. ( cr.-Q9+qo. ©1 )— . 

Kabita : 1. 1 99^ 90S© — l - ' Ttie ^^7 <# 
composing poems; poet's ^&m«s, 

^ t a^n — 2. Verse; poetry; poem. 


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Kabittha t. | Q§€j ; 9Q2l — 1. Wood-apple. 

QQ9~ 9\ 9. (99 + $19.^) — 996WI; 99©| 909! 9Q9IQ 
Kabitwa g|9ia«(— Capacity for composing poems. 

gq. 9 ( giolQ wi ) ( sr. 9901 )— 99©l 9Q9I- 

39«iGQ 9©G>1 — Poetical composition; 

versification. 

gs*5. «^s *e« as fi^ifl©— 9iQQ(. swao- ae> 1 

«©q— e. 9. (ql ai^— €ip qqqi +v^s.c^)-^qq (gq«o 

Kabiya Kabika ( See ) 

99Q©-$, 9 (S>9f|©Q ; QQ + Q$=^, )— ©9€fl<|— 
Kabirabi A great poet. 

G9. 9— <§9€IIQ geMQQIfll Q9q£H W?9 Qaor 
9ISI — A name of the Oriya poet Kabi- 
surjya Baladeba Hatha. 

QQ^Q— $. 9 ( 9fl1 ©^ 99+Q9I)— V I G3<| 99 — 
Kabiraja 1. Eminent poet. 

j 1 G99h; iss^GTOq ©easj^GW? ago — 

2. A physician; a man practising and 
versed in the Indian or the Ayurvedic 

system of medicine. 
* I Q$ ( £. S93IQ9 ) — 3. Bard. 
09Q$ — G9. 9 — ^ t G99i$^— 1- The. profession of 
Kabiraji • a physician, 

3$)lft 2. The Hindu medical system. 

G9. w— ©Qqwr s*V*J (®sa 91 eqaosfti — 

( medicine or treatment ) Belating to the 
Indian system of medicine. 

G9GJ— GQ. 9— VI QQ9IQ— 

Kabila 1. Family. 

j> 1 qa'ii— 2. Wife. 

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Kabisreshtha Kabiguru ( See ) 

«99aqg<39 — ff, 9— QQQ«^0 G9GOq@-<l TO^ 91 
Kabisamayaprasiddhi gQ^ — Some proposi- 

tions accepted as true for poetics 

licence. 


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9^ C i 9ftG99 Qa^r9 q99^€fcai<L— 
A title given to the Oriya poet 
Kabisurjya Baladeba Hatha. . 

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Kabi The reins of a horse. 

g." ©. $ (©QQ <lft«r)— %1©^— A poetess 
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Kabina 09^ii (' GQ«I ) 

Kabistirjya ( See ) 
0«Q— W. §. ( OW )— q^lffQCfQ 9€S1 m$ Ufa 6 

Kabira 2)^3^9 — Name of a religious reformer 

of N. India. 

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Eabjrapanthi ^g^^GM — The followers of 
^foPrft the sect of Kablra. 

05OQ— G9G9. 9. (oi. ©s>«3; %0; e. ©Gai©)— 
Kabutara aig — A pigeon. 

O^OQG^|i — GQ- ■ W. (€IIO0G«) — «0 G^|l — 

Kabutarachottha Very wicked; verj mean. 

0£©QOf$7-£3G9. M; (eri)— aiq q^qigq <S qqiq- 

KabutarabSj 9IGQ G^©l^%Ga q€JQ — One used to 

^^9*<hW bringing up and training pigeons 

^TF^rtav for sport. 

O^— G§GO. 0. ( a. QQQ )— 

Kabul V I action; «(»;■ tfOIQ— 1. Agreement; 

^ffj consent; admission; acknowledgement. 

^j9S * I ^8^1 — 2..(}ranting. 
O^O^OI— €0. 9 — ^ I ^CflPiQ O^OI— 

Kabul kariba * 1. To make^t confession. 

^JTI > I fl 8Ji 0Q9I— 2. To grant. 

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KabuljabSb «JG^ GOIR g©9l^i SiQI^OGQ OIQK) 
^s^iSr^H Q§$>\ €^^QQ9 — "Written statement 

*i«^5-jWM filed by a defendant admitting 

.plaintiff's claim. 

O^fi^fll— GOGO. 0- ( «. 0^+WI )— 
Kabuljama gfi>lQ «6fl^O ©Q— 
^r^wrl Rent agreed to or admitted by a tenant. 

Oft«©fl1— g3G0- Q. .( ». ©Q^Q+Q . 0?1 )— 

KabuldigrI £|OOI^l10lQtyc^lGQOIQI%^l'og1- 
•^^f^tij?| A decree awarded to plaintiff on 

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^-flGSpRW- 1- Deed o£ gigxeemenfc. 

1. Deed of oaqpopt'ior admiaaiQp. 

Kabulat 93S^ ©^ 3M G99J 9IQ O^lQflL *»® 

.ti-ntMJWfc 6Grt 6991 siSftelQEl^ — 1. A Goa»ter- 

^fe^ra lease or agreement to pay resst^ecpted 

by the tenant in return te tbe.jease 

granted to him by the landlord. 

... / I 6Qlei§ 9IQ$j)S> p«£JQ qtelQ— 

2. Acknowledgement of a claim. 

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• ^faVfc <Nl GG$Q991-t?t( £ ifenant ) To .ejseoute 

- '^fwMd^rHr an agreement to pay f«pt.io the 

; landlord. 

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Kabulat deba T,o grant a lease. 

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Kabulat neba Kabulat kariba :( See ) 

G$«©— 69. 9 — QffiQ ( 69<3i ) ■■•■*■ 

Kabulati Kafcjulat ( See ) 

Q9. 9«! — Q$Q© QsiiaiQ^QI ( ©8") — 

( land ) Leased out to a tenant. 
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Kabulaiba Kabaleiba ( See ) r ' ; 

«$Gtq§- 69. Q— p£QO ( G9«l ) 

Kabuliyat Kabulat (. See ) - 

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Kabuliyat (etc) <?$qq < ( G93 ) 

Kabulat 1 (See) " 
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Kabulr^ati Kabulati {See^ 

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Kabei A kind of freshwater-fish. 

Kaberi 1. Chignon. 

> I SM; q.5 Qlffl— 3, Hair of the head. 

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Kaboshna 2J)G9a >— Q^J ( C9«i ) 

Kadushna ( See ) 
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Kabj Kabaj ( See ) 

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Kabjst Kabja ( See ) 

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Kabji Kabji ( See ) 

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Kab.bhi At all; ever. 

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Kafeya §QGqO^G9^ «1I9^9^ §^_. 

An oblation or food-offering to one's 
deceased ancestors. 
yi §OGfil$ ©G€1^^2. A class of "manes. 

QQiftlfi— ff. © — i I ®fl — 1. Kre. 

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Fire (which is supposed to carrj%he 
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Kabyabaha ( See ) ! 
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Kabra Kabra "( See ) 

9« "( -^SL )— %~ *> ' Qff* 0^91— 1. To wish. 

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^ > I Siqpqg— 2. Beficient. 

<E*? <*> | ei%S)Q— 3. Less. 

v ! ^fl/.^ljjqsi — 4. Inadequate. 

§• Qtf — ^SHJHGQ; WQ<iGQ— 

'Little; 'slightly;'" 

Kamkam 1, Wicke^; naiighty. 

S I eigQ — 2. Ke'stless. '*' iP:r 

* I Qftl^Q— 3.- Hankering. ' 
v I 6£@S! © — 4. Anxious; eager. 

Kamkam heba 1. To tend to be testify. 

> i ^fiF^q-wfleofi -g9i«i «$9i— . 

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outward expressions. 
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€991 — 3. To hanker after a thing. 
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Kamjor Weak; debilitated. 

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Kamjori Weakness; debility. 

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Kambakt i | 9©q€h-r-l. Unltteky; unfortunate. 
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Kambakta Kambakt (■ See") 

.Kasabakti- {jiQtcn— HI luck; misfortuiie. 

KamrS 9ISQ ; 3G9l«k G«OQ™16oGb. 


Kamrekam ' At fche ; 'least. 

9fl€%- G?w. ( a ) M^-^aa^ { gq$ ) 

Kanisal % .Kftma&al ( See) 

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Kamsekam ^flSW s (G9€l)— 

"-. ■ ■ Samrekam ( See) 

«ae«9l— GSV * — 1 I t «MJGWI — 

^amheba 1. To become less; to lessen. 

^^^t > I ap&^,Q| cm® G9?l— 

*«^W 2. To fall short. 

. * i (Gqo «») Qaaa ctpi 5 €^ii G99i— 

3. (a disease) To^bate;^ be alleviated. 
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:Kama 1. Ornamental work; fretwork, 

- ^tfatft -. -«afi^«i oi^Geic^ «& o^tfiGQ cq pro s>fl i 

; 2. A-kind ef artigtie bracelet o^wrfstfefe. 

„» } aQfifll^— S^'Or^ament, . , . 

* I QKWG«— 4. A kind fif-drum, 

* i (a^iftor q<ai) atiQ^r gai gsj ©©a— ■ 

5. New - utensils made by ■betoietal- 
• € .. workers or braziers. 

GQ, M— V 9l§ffW3«S9|— ?, Artistic, 

-? I QSS% 9SJQ— 2. Beautiful. 

* I 9SI (CT«/— 3. Kam (See) ' "'" w 

G9. §• M -^^ v ( G9«i )— - 

Kam ( See ) 

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Kamai Earning. v 

yfidt GQ. ^, ( 0991 «^q Q$%\Q Q& ^■"l w . 
Wflf : - W-)— ©aai-c— To become -less. 

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Kamakama (ete.) Kamkam etc. (See) 

» \ ^ Vi^pja^ai— 2. Arfeisfc -f .,.. 
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Kmoafha ^ | q^ Qga 3 qcJq — 1. Tortoise. 

(wfld— %!) j \ Q9g$; wrfktiwrQ ©Qaip^Ga-a — 

2. Water-jar used by ascetics. 

* I QISJSI — 3. Bamboo. 

•a- j ^q. — 4. A porcupine. 

* I 3$S!^$ — 5. Boswellia Thurifera tree. 

9 I 0«9©a3 Pieces (§. qq^i^q)— 

6. A kind of leather-bound musical 

instrument. 

Kama|hagati 1. The movement of a 

tortoise. 

J I ^QflfiQ Q® — 2, Very slow motion. 

Haying the speed of a tortoise; having 
a very slow motion. 

a® r fittfleo effss- aqaa flco, 

9cto1— «t. *. <3 (wo+<fl. «>— flMj'wfe— 

Kama^hi A she-tortoise. 

OG«_TO. q. ( 3. Q# )— <. l gptggtt «V3 '91 Q» 

Kamana QQQ1 — 1. Bepeated ploughing of a 

2. Ploughing; agriculture. 

GQ. 9«H.— ^9%GQ $LP*9PS "q« GTO31Q1 ($?)— 
Thoroughly cultivated or broken (land). 

9fl«9€)QI— TO. 9 1 — €J9^a« «k« Wl— 

To cultivate or plough 

thoroughly. 


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Kamana 


1. Wicked; wanton. 

2. Mean; low-minded. 

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qy?EII 21l<) — An earthen or wooden ewer 

used by ascetics, having a semicircular 
handle on the top (like a bucket) 

Kamati Smallness; inadequacy.. 

«H% * Kam ( See) 

©fl»— G§GQ. W. ( «". ^W> ) — giaiQ^i — 

Kaman Common.. 

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^*(*i»ulw«T?l Post or work of a Common 

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qCT^g Q^lOft— Common room. 

Kamana ^ | Q|OQ — 1. Lascivious; lustful. 

* I Q$% — 2. Lecherous; dissolute. 

* I (+Qft TO)— toq. Qfldlq— 

?. Beautiful; decent; fair; comely, 
q> q,— v 1 Qfil — 1. Brahma. 
} I QISTO9 — 2 - The God Cupid. 

* I 2JGS1IQ QS — **" Jonesia Asoka tree. 
Qfl«8^--?r. W. (0« ai%«Q§l QQ9l+9^ ^^%S3l9t% 

Kamanlya fi^€i9IQ_ fl^i !J9I ffGQ ) — V I q#% 

( OTBWI— %\ ) ^S^>I9Q— 1- Pleasing; beautiful 

lovely; charming. 
flCtfa^tflKj — 2. Desirable. 
. B 9^ — 3. Coveted. 

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Kainans 1. The public. 

J I Q9Q 3iai<3<Sl—2. The people; the mass. 

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Kamanssabha GSgf 9QJCIGG* SWl^lC^ S$9$- 
*R*PP»t fllGQ 9S§ — The House of ( 

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Kamarkha Citron, 

Kamardiwal Girdle; belt. 

Kamard iwali Kamardiwal (See) 

Kamara 1. The loins; waist. 

C^ra -> I SKSiIGQ 9f$Q| Qf; ©9Q9? — 

flCTn: 2. Waist-belt. 

■C I Q|$Q — 1. Lascivious; lustful. 
S 1 8€tfSNil — -2. Desirous (Apte) 

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Kamarakas * 1. Belt. 

£m<FPi -M ( en. 9SQ93 )— aoiacisq q§Gj. qs^ 

95*t**rar 9I91Q9I 30K» ©AlS (<I9I q<|9Q Sfca) — 

2/Grum exuded from Butea Frondosa. 

QflQQflH— GSOT. Q.— Q9ROT* (GQ«) 

Kamarakasa * Kamzsrakas. 1. (See) 

««» 9QQI— OT. « — -€9tel§ 9OTW Q|& mQ% 3flil 
Kamara kasiba Qg>Q| qi ggo G99! — To gird up 
^pfa? 3pjfl one's loins to do a difficult task; fco be 
W! Sv^CTT prepared for hard work. 

90QG9IS — G9. 9. ( ffl. QflQ-K. 9t )— 981 91 S>3Q 
Kamarakot CJQaiG# G9£> ^91 ««I-CQ©Q- 91G>1Q 

srofcta (<3qcq ai>GQ sg>G$ @3 aw)(t.«wiaQ)— 

Rampart; a low wall round a fort or 

town. 


QGQGQIOI— GQ. 9- ( £M. OTft+e. G$1$ )— WldW 
Kamarakotha ££]§[ Q® QlffQ QJ9IQ% QKMd €H< — 
<hU?3>T4l The end of a beam protruding 

beyond a wall. 

OflQ69*lft— 696Q. ©-Wg^ (GQ«) 

Kamaradewal Kamardiwal (See) 

Kamarapatfi Q|$Q| Qtfc 91 Qf — A girdle; belt. 

C^tWllft -> I Si^flGQ fij?l Q8GQ 091391 <P 91 QQIGQ 

9>*Utt^ . ©2UQ «MflG^ d^SJ^l — 2. A broad 

golden or silver girdle worn by 

females as belt over cloth. 

# * 1 aoiiGQ §91 391 aaoriQQGa^ — 

3. A kind of ornament for the waist. 

QqQQf — GQ. 9— wasi ( G9<3 )— 

Eamarapati Kamarapata ( See ) 

©flQQO— G9GQ. 9, (01. Q9§9Q)— MQQtl ( GQ« ) 
Kamaraband KamarapatS ( See ) 

Kamarabandi €l©9! — 1. G-irding tip the loins. 
C ^l^^fir -J I G»lfl ^S191^_ £)go GWi — 

*^M^{I 2. Being prepared for work. 

• I W W91^LS|© G99I — 
3. Being prepared for fight. 
©AG) QIQQI— GQ. 9 — ^^Q Q§9I ( G9« ) 

Kamara bandhiba Kamara kasiba ( See ) 

9flQ @€)G)|~G9. tf— QTO ®§9I ( G9« ) 

Kamara bbir^iba Kamara kasiba ( See ) 

©flQ— G9. 9 — ^QQ 6ja^ G€!^llQ ^J^IQ — 
Kamard CGQlEte QQ ) 

A support or the highest wall-plate 
of a thatched house. 

^t^\ G9G9. 9. ^ 1 (a^il^- Qifliq)— GQioei 1 — 
mm *1I Room. 

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Kamari 1. Lumbago. 

^»+n3 2. Pain in the loins. 

G9. Q3 — ^ I 8I9IQ «l<bl 99QQ3 69IQ«8' 91 
9I9IQ TOIQ 919 qcF SIQ2I© (GQlSil)— 
, 1- ( horse ) Attacked with lumbago or 

suffering from sprain in the loins. 
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2. A horse with a weak back. 

* i Gas awci fo9i 2WI Q<a^ rC ei\<)— 

3. Waist-coat; jacket. 

WQ — #• q. ^ i (©q— ©o^+hq ai^— 3SOSQ9I + 
Kamala q<§. gjQ )— 

^ I 39—1. Lotus. 
J I ( Sfl ai^= qsi q^qi + $& ^jq )_ 
©O— 2. Water. 

* I Qig ; ©HI— 3. Copper. 

* I 9W— 4 Medicine. 

* I qciQGOT— 5. Name oi a class of deer. 

? I GQi^TOls— 6. Sky" 
9 I giQ^asal — 7. Indian crane. 
r i qQQ 2JSQq_g QIQQGa<a— 
8. A musical measure with 17 letters or 

syllables. 
ft i 9IQGfa*Q — 9. Sweet orange. 

to I Gfillqp QTOHft — 10. Dewlap of a cow. 
-*A I «h3g9M ( g. W3ISIQ )— 11. Eye-ball. 

v; i ciq'aqQ sig^s 91 gj?" ( @- awieiQ )— 

12. The top or mouth of the ovary. 
: 91. 9. ( S. QH» ) -Q^O— Blanket. 

OflQQlO — G9. 9~ 39QIO ( GQ«I ) 

Kamalakatha PadmakStha ( See ) 

©«?» acja ftfl»9iocQ oftQ^qtQ— Office wff^fliiq* i 


Kamalaghata The seed-pod of lotus. 

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Kamalaghatta Kamalaghata ( See ) 

OfiOO.— 3. Q— ^ I ( QflO = 0Q+0Q ai^_«0|O G99I 

Kamalaja +Q^. a )~ aq i — !■ ^o^ 8 - 

> i ( Qfla^aQ+o^ ai4+9(|t. a) — 5^1 — 

2. Brahma; the Creator. 

* I Gqgfll Q99 — 

3. The fourth asterism; Aldeberan. 

«. 9^i— e»qLWa ( a ^ Sl,Q q 19Q^ ) — 

Produced from lotus. 

Kamajanl Qq ft! —The Goddess of Wealth. 

9fl»9$!— gi€Q. 9. ( 39h J— ^9l3 ( G9« ) 

Kamajapata Guhani ( See ) 

«fl»CII©Q QiQ— C9. S900— ^Q eQfl^So f[9|^ 

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where innumerable mistakes abound. 

Kamalajoni < q$g qiq©|© QqQ^©qgQ|^)— . 

5®l — Brahma. 

^flffi)^ Q\Q ©Ig^l— £9. ffiiq— GQ9 91 GQflflq 

Kamajaru baja bachhiba ©^Q^ Gdlf< GQfl 91©9I 

C» G9i'3^ 9§ 91 Qh§$( GSIIf-fl G9i<g 

q^Q^ ^Q ©9IQ9I— To find out one out 

of hundreds of mistakes and faults 

abounding iu a thing or person^ 

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Kamalasira 1. Dewlap,., 

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GQ3I — 3. A line of turf laid on both 
sides of an earthen bank to prevent rain- 
water from flowing down the top and 
thus damaging the earthwork. 
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Kamalashanda G^qsiQ — A cluster of lotuses. 

^GG>!— $. $. qj. ( Q»+a@ aaeQ. a+%1. a )- 

Kamala ^ | sya| — 1. Lakshmi; the Goddess of 

Fortune. 

^ 1 $€&1 — 2. A beautiful and slender woman, 
classed as excellent in erotic science. 

* I ( Qlfl ) SWOT o©si — 

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* v | ( Qlfl ) OT1QGS13— 4, Name of a river. 

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Citrus Aurantium. 

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gq. q. qj— $igq©«3t Qifl— 

A name given to females. 

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Kamalagundi qqq G&fc sjiq^ q^q era© qg- 

' WTt^f^ 01© ©10. 5LS1 — Kamila; Mellotus 

■^ftqTT, ^rfecST, Phillippinensis 

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Kamalanembu Qq eTQ 3 S^©©© v 9^IJJ ©IQSf — 
^wlw^ Orange; Citrus Aurantium. 

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eaftiae — g. 9. q^c^il ©% ©fl»i +905-9^ oiq^«K* 

Kamalapati A name of Bishnu. 

©««>l©^iq— 5f. 9. y (Q»l + Q9rg )— f^diWj Ul^ 

Kamaiabihari Q| — An epithet of Bishnu. 

gisiico ff^ss^ ^qoio^iq— $s^q. AQigQO, gg i 
9MIG«M^— GQ. S>— OflffllGffi^C G9<31 ) — 

Kamalalembu Kamalanembu (See) 

oqQigo— e. 9 (wq+mgj o^glg) a<^iqQ (gq«i)— 

Kamalasana Padmasana (See) 

Ofl©— gi. 9. %1 («. o»i)— 1 1 fi*al— 

KamaH LakshmL 

-^1 ©»IQ©1©QI^ — 

2. Name for calling a woman named 

Kama_la. 

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Kamalini Xamalani ( See ) 

99«)©1-e- P- $ ( OTQ+Q^ ; qj. § )— 

Kamalini ^ | ^gg)| gj ; qq g— 1. A verj- beautiful 
and slender woman belonging to the 
first class according to erotic science. 
J | OQ — 2. Lotus. 

* I QQ «l; Wig 9QQ©|— 

3. The lotus plant with its flower. 
v IQSJ — 4 Lakshmi; the Goddess of Fortune, 

5. A tank full of lotuses. 
9 \ EKJpO-r^* ^ n assemblage of lofeps 

plants with flowers. 


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1. A yellow flower; safflower. 
J I §q£l QCf — 2. A yellow dye prepared 

from dried safflowers. 

90£1$— G9GQ. W. ( a. ©SKKJ=G9OTll ) — 
Kamasal ^ ( q^, — 1. Inferior/ 
(TO<^ — WQIO) -> I G9OTJ— 2. of 1( > w *>irih. 
■* 1 S1QTQ — 3. Of mixed birth. 
v J ©IQ©,^4. Bastard. 

ftfl«!9— gi. gw?. 9* (Q°. 9?W8)-9te§ (G9«r) 

Kamasana Kamisanar ( See ) 

ftflfl©— gi. GQGQ. 9. (Q°. WTO)— * I Q93Q ( G9«0 

Kamasani 1. Kamisan ( See ) 

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2. The office of the Commissioner. 

931 — GO- 9.— * I ( a. 93) 9991— 

Kama 1. Abating; decreasing; lessening # 

g^T 2. Earning; income. 

^t 5 ^ , * I ( €9S>^) n<§ Ql Ql^ QI^Sl — 

^3Tft 3. Dravidian or Telugu Brahman. 

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QfllQ— GQGQ. ». ( a )— ^ I Q98Q1— 1- Lessening. 
Kamai ^ | QraS^QQWM 91 aOOgQ — 
^flt^ 2. Abeeaace from duty or work. 

€Q. Q. ( «T- «4-)— GqOQIQ>. «TO — 

Earning. 


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QfliQ «8&9i~G9. § — ^ 1 «Wfil«>% ^1^? «rf» W- 
Kamai aniba ©9^3Q^ ^Sf9l — 

1, To bring one's earnings home. 
J I $M «H% QCIQI— 2. To gradually lessen.- 
OCIIQ GQOI— SIGQ. ( §°9^ ) §•— CWIG) «1Q GS^ff 
Kamai deba qqqi— To pare the nails and shave. 

*fc* C?&$\ GQ. # . ( a. ^^ )— ^ QftGWi— 
MA i H T ^ To lessen. 

QfllQQI— GQ. §. (««. Q«.) - ^ ! ^ TOQI > €W| - 
Kamaiba g^Q|- 9U QQQI; ©^ QSl^i- 1 — 
^Tf^ To lessen; to diminish; to reduce; to 
3HT fjTTT decrease; to retrench. 

^it^ ^ I ( tf . ^ ) — a€W ©Q.QI— 2. To earn. 

* I 9IQ«IIOI 3ffl 9€19I — 
3. To cleanse a latrine. 

§IGQ. (^ 9^fl) 9 — ^^ 6 GQ4IW GQW QQ9I — 
To shave the hair and clip the nails. 

giGQ. ( WRoa ) ^—a^i^^qw ©9% H g ^' 

SJ!9!Q $Q.Q1 — To cultivate a land with 

much pain , 
OfllQGftQ*— 9IGQ. («9$?) « - — GSfQ G99I— 

Kamaiheba . To shave. 

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gq, 9. ( «. «3 )— ej^qs gQ€D^ aoai oti «i 

QQfllQC^qGTO 9ft9l— Trimming plants 
and making them look spry. 
giG9. (^<W9) ^>— §q^t— Arch. 

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^t^ Trimming and painting the fingers 

rfroft and toes. 

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8991919 TOI— 3. Bow used in turning 

a carpenter's drill. 

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4. The metal springs set over the axle of 

carriages and motor cars. 

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3091 ai^flq.ftfl, 1 01QCO — 5. Metal spring of 

a eloek or watch. 
fl!G9. (W&^ ^ —q§Qtf— Agriculture. 

Kamanidhamani 95lisiyflKa) — V I <j€9IShGQ 
9^991 9® 8SUIS — 1- Much labour devoted 

to agriculture. 

} I a» 8l©Q(df 9Q99I 9IQI9 Q9ifl — 

2. Various efforts to earn money, 

GaiStel— GQ. § •— <H QfW& Oft 03 21)9 ^Q 9C19I— 
Kamaniba 1. To trim the finger-nails etc. 

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2. To trim plants. 

oaial— GQ. 9. 4— ^1 sijgsfl— 

Kamanl A Telugu or Tamil Brahman woman. 
9«1|€19— G9G9 9. ( 9°- «>3iig§ )— G&MHfl — 

Kamandar Commander; commandant. 

Qfll$QQ9 N ©ff--G9G9. 9. ( Q°. OWgQ-Q^olff )— 
Kamandar in chiph fjaiQ GSMQQ— 

^t&T ^{ fw Commander-in-chief. 

9fli9— G9GQ. 9. ( Q°. 9Sii^=$qft aGQsi >— 

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force on duty abroad under the order 
of a higher officer. 

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2. Duty of a public servant. 

qq — Official tour. 

9CliO qiiffO^— g36Q. Q. ( «°. WI^«l?€fG9* ) — 

Kaman satiphikat «5>%9^ n9 %9$\<% QlsfiGQ 

^rt^ ^llfefa^l? aM^Q«JLGfl€l© G99! ^GQ 

^JTW <Hl(dPh*d 6j3Qg ©d^qOlfi^CaiiBIIGQQ- 

9^ QSJ^ — Command-certificate given to a 

police-constable while going abroad oh 

duty. 

981©— giOT. ( G^^Q 3 %SHM?|fl[Q ) ^.-^QQI^IQi 

Kamana q^9^IGQ GSfQ Q^ — Purificatory 

<pUM shaving in funerals. 

Kamabahmuna 3I§^1 — ^ Telugu or Tamil 

^W^T Brahman. 

Kamabahmuni Feminine of Kama- 

4lWHi^ bahmuna. 

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Sfl l€ i GQfJGQ! ^© ^S©, GQU %Cl|fiT— 0€l I 

Qaiqa— 69. (gi9l9 w<\) 9— 9S!i<a ( G9«i )— 

Kamayana Kamana (See) 

q«IQ — G9. 9. g^($.©WR)— SJ9I9IA QQ9I 9lft€iQ— 

Kamara Blacksmith. 

^\H £|1G9. <."l ( 91§ ) Q— <99I«|C[ GS»Q^ QliSff 
^T^r: 9^|Q — 1. A-caste of fishermen. 

S \ (^9Q«) 9— 39liSi 5?IQ9G€i<a — 
( 9fll^il — ^1 } 2. A class oi non-Aryans. 

9A1QOIQ — G9. 9. fl^QQTO 9fll9?1l9Q9 9?}9 qg[ — 
Kamarathara The spoken language of the 

Kamaras in. Mayur bhanj . 

9fllQ€ll©— €9. (3. 9TOl4+€ll9l) ©^IQQ 9%Q — 
Xamarasala ' Smithy; blacksmith's 

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Kamarurii 

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Kamal <l | nXQQ ^Q$Q 39S3Q9 QQ<3>\ (< §WQ 

g9i©$Q DQ^IOi «§)j Q?il^ai€li— 

1. Name o£ the leader and maker of 

modern Turkey; Kamal Pasha. 

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2. Name of the son of Kabir. 

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6 sigqp GORGrlq qiQsi© 6 313I&9 gai 

2I9GW.G 9G9$ ) — A caste of long 

domiciled Oriya Karans in Gamjam and 

Vizagapatam districts. 

<wu«iq9— G9. 9. (ftw)— ^ i gsR aitaq, fliq * sto 

Kamasasana ^GQ ^91 6§>£fl •gij§S1SITO9GaS — 

1. Name of a Brahman settlement in Puri 

district. 
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2. A village settled by Telugu Brahmans. 
<%<m— 9IG9. ( CTCftie ) 9, ( <*. $3 )— 

Kamasi ^ I ^ QQ9I; ^€9^ — 

1 , Cultivation; agriculture. 

> I q<al. (j«9— 2. Cultivator. 
«3— G9GQ. Q, ( en. q« )— aw— 

Kami A little; deficiency. 

rfk G9- €Q. W— «% ©hW — 
• WIW Little; deficient. 


QftSffl— giGQ. (§°9%G) 9. q?. (e. Qsf. $Q) g. 9^91— 

Kamian 9|Qeo { G9S ) 

(^S8^1— d) Kamia ( Se^ ) 

QfleOQ^f— G9. §* — ^ i -8338 9§9I — 

Kamiasiba 1. To abate slowly. 

^Wsm J t 9^9)^ SJ!Qq ©QQI — 

9£d1*M 2. To begin to abate. 

Ofld— G?G9. 9. ( Si. 9^ Q^K' ^9; Q*j!gh 

Eami 3 ^ 9^91)— 

' 5 Ftf^ qgiW^ —Shirt. 

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^Kamiji ' Kamij ( See ) 

©3t v 9Q9l— G9GQ. $ (Q°. 9?t)— ^QqgpQ^OftW— 
K ™it kariba To commit a criminal case to 

<pftli?<P*1 the session court for trial. 

0« K Gfl«i N — G9G9. 9. (Q°- $&%Q$€i ) — 

Kamitment q^QQ sagygfQ q9QSlQ QQq^ 
^^% GflQei- QEjq^otf— Commitment of 

^Cw«« a criminal cage to the session court 

for trial. 

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siaqalQ 9992110 9Q^ «§ ©gsou, oicKwaQ- 

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©St — G?GQ. 9. ( q-. 9^|1 )— 

Kamiti 1 I g^Q 9liaWl89l $8®— 

^^ !• Working committe of an association- 

,| * ft c Board! 

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2. A sitting of some selected persons fop 

deliberating on .certain specified matters- 


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Kamiti basiba The holding of a session of a 
■<pI*(15 ^ committee. 

'9flfi|— €W3». 9<S. (01. OfllQl)— Qfltfll ( GQ3 ) 

Kamina Kamana ( See ) 

^fl»l— G9G9. 93. (ffl)— Qfl^ll ( G9S ) 
( Kamina Kamana ( See ) 

( qa|— qQqi CIIQ. Qto GQIQI; 09»l 6%I9I 3 $fr 

SQ^L GQG© eof^OGQ «8oi GtiQI G91Q Sfe| Q9§ I ) 

:.9fl©|— 69. 8. ( SI. 9fl ) — GJiQ G99I; Q^lf G99I — 

Kamiba To abate; to lessen; to decrease; to 

(Q9IQ9I— fi9$%£l) be deficient. 

■EIOT; <wht 

•.©tfQG— GQG9. 9. ( Q°. <%» )— ^ I OT^qQ 993 
Kamisan QQ^9| 9s§Q -gien 91 fl©s9©— 
«$ft>tf 1. Commission ox fees, paid to an agent. 
S kt dW J 1 9QQQ SIQi $3% aQ — 2. Broker's 

commission or percentage. 

* I q$lG9€IGQ 6$fel§ ftO^ 9<g£) ©qq q^ 

W£H*«l9iaicr.«qg 9G«^ 9i§flKW 

Qt||<j&— 3. A board of persons engaged 

by the Government to inquire into certain 

matters; a commission of inquiry. 

■^e© <IGO^-e?69. 9- («•■ 93f^<lG^)— QQq— 

Kamison ejen^ Commission agent- broker. 

•«3«9^-6§N. 9. (Q°. «5ps")-qw^j 9$dQ 
Kamisanar qa^g a itoq^— Commissioner; the 
$UW administrative head of a Division. 

Qfigsq— G9GQ. 9. ( «\ 9§|Q§ )™9toQ SUCW? 
Kamisanari sisjsj, — The office of a Commissioner. 
■ 9?S©— SI. G9G9. Q. ( Q°. OT|Q$ )— 
' Kamisani *. I Q?fclQ§ 31G99Qr QQQQ — 

1. The court of a Commissioner. 
> I ( Q°. $&%® )-Q&10 KU { GQ<5! ) 
2. Kamisan 1-2 ( See ) 
-*>WQ— G9. 9— -9««Q ( G93) 


Kamd 


Kamai ( See ) 


fllQQ. (9JGSW) 9°- (9©. 9. WHQ)— 

1. Leave from work. 

J I Qia^ SIQGQ Q ; €i§9l©<3]— 

2. Absence from work or duty. 
QGSG^— giG9. (C1&I3) G9C9. 9— 9&? ( G93 ) 

Kamej Kamij ( See ) 

owS-gu g"§G9. (q*. ^|1) — ©9« ( cool ) 

Kameti Kamiti (*See ) 

^^ ( sen— qScciiaia es» q was ) 

0€fl©— G9G9. 9.(Q°. QG«1)~a$£llSGGiSlQ3Q QIW- 
Kame 4 i ■ 9»OI<n^ Ql^— Comedy. 

^tG&?i— 99^0) [ 9— QG99GQ 9|q«?Qq ga|S> Qq 
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Kamod Qi^qiGO ^iqiq^qi qicJ 9iQ$S> »iaiQqo 
^g 919— Commode. 

Q# v ( yi^)— e— 9^Q G99I; ^Q9I— 

Kamp ( root ) To tremble; to shake. 

9tt— S. 9- ( Q$fr *%+q9. SJ )— 

Kampa ^ | gjg. ^91. ^2J^G99l— 

1. Tremor; trembling; quivering; shivering; 

shaking. 
J* I 9R9i f W19<R9I — 2. Oscillating. 

* I 2HGQTO — 2. Vibration^ agitation- 

v I ^CTtQQ 91^9^9 QZ\Q <]99q ( <j^Q 
QlflJ§ Q^gQ G99 ggq^8 9Gft j— 
4. One of the signs of a love-sick person; 

viz. shadder. 

* 1 ( S^i\% ) OQQ 91 g^Q SlQGQ 91 ggaGQ 

9l%9IQHqg 9Qd§a QI0 (g. cipgidQ)— 
5. (architecture) Waves of fretwork in a 

temple or pillar. 
Q»C)— SIG9. ( 9gQ ) 9. («T. Q$— ^QJfife; »fifo— 
Kampai Earning. 

G9. S. ( Q^9I ^jft 9^« QIQ ©«^ qog 
^59900 ) — Q$Q ^4 — Trembles, 
G#9SH— G9. 9. ( fl* 9^ ii!^ )— 

Kampakampa <. I <9»lSI^ ^9 ^flgll — 

1. A kind of apider with very long slenq^r 
legs; Pholcus Phalangio^es, 


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[g— <^iq^q €«il9-Q«U 6 «i%, <kiiot 9Wi 

t.lOT.'W. q!— aQaqjM (9i§); €3 

1. Trembling; tremulous. ( person ) 
q5qq£qT J I { CQ 9QGQ 3GQ > ^^ 9q?B— 

9ftQ$fl 7 ^ 2. Timid; timorous. 

9#q&— ot. ^ ( *■ ^^ yiSL>— 

Kampakampi - QOd^i€J€l Q$Q — 

^^ Shivering. 

QftQ&eil— OT- 9 6 M— G»9»l ( OT« ) 

Kampakampia Kampakampa ( See ) 

q*qq— ot. q. (e. Qfl^Q )— otio-q Qjt g§© am 

Kampajara $Wl§;Q— The ague; intermittent 
<F**f^ fever. 

^issr^; ^it 

O&^Q— $. Q- (fl-a.€Oj Q»*qg £|Q)— QftQQ <OT«I) 
Kampajwara Kampajara ( See ) 

9flQ— «r. 9. (.Q# % at^+qQ; ®$> )— W; TO9I; WU 
Kampana Qfcgfcs ^IQQ — Shivering; trembling; 

tremor; quake; agitation. 
g. Q4 - ^ J ( + Q<$. TO ) Qft^S— 
1. Shivering; trembling. 

9fl*$$IW— 2. Producing shivering. 

«ftaq— g. M. ( «», ai^+9^. ^ )— ©a© 

Kampanlya GOTIQ GSJICIm — Capable of being 

shaken. 

QftaiQ— <$. Q^i. [ ©^ ai^+9(J. as ( aioq ) ]— 
Kampamana ^ | $$. ^Qi ; aeg|9l — 
(g^lftl-^1) 1. Trembling; quaking; shivering; 

vibrating. 

> f Q©g,©8 gsiiOQ — 

2. Waving; moving to and fro. 
» I q€!€Q Ql Q£[GQ Q$p£— 

3. Trembling with anger or fear, 

<QQ 99G9 G9 e*a,Q voe; 

«»q x — aiot. (was) «»— ^ (sw) 

'^ainpar Mai (See) 


9ft|QQ|— €Q. 3 " 
Kampaiba ^ 


9#fijJK|— WOT. w- (si )— ^ I ^191 w>i$l fl^SL 

Kampalsarl Q|y V^Klj QI&QI»Q — 

^pjsfsift. 1. Compulsory; forcible. 

2. Compulsory (subject)* 
[ % — <Jg Q°. €1^ a€Q Q°. qs»JSW» x ( aw ^a1^ 

Kampa Shivering, 

Shivering; quaking; trembling: 
-(*. q^ ai^. q^qiq Ss?^ %a)— 

Q8-&IWQQQI; £iqQQI — 
1. To cause to tremble; to cause 

vibration- 

o^w *^|Q g^iq *«o 

2. To cause to resound or reverberate. 
<*> I §©93" Q^iP QQQI — 3. To cause heart- 
quake; to cause throbbing of the heart. 

4. To cause the earth to shake or vibrate. 

q^GQ oqqoi &^iq €Q^i— 

5. To create an impression on the mind 
of a person by accomplishing a wonder. 

Kampai The name of a village Goddess. 

9»l«$ — WW- W) ^— ^ I ^ 01 i ^^'i GQG^Q— 
Kampaund 1. Compound. 

^qpj^ Wi — 2. (physics and chemistry) 

Compound. 

©ai^Q^GQ^— WOT. CQ°) ^»— G^Q§ <%$— 

Kampaund intaresht Compound interest, 

QftlO^ gi9©Q— G9GQ. (Q°J ^-(Qig^) OT9Q 91? 
KampSund phrakchar AQWR QiQQQ. ^cF99l— 
^opft^Q *Ffan>3 (surgery) Compound fracture 


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G»I3$Q— G9G9. (Q°) $>— ©|§Qqr SRIShOiq 9<l§— 
Kampaundar Compounder. 

9$H$£IQ— C9. 9- (Q\ 9#IQ$Q + a- go^g q) — 

Kampaundari \ , q WWS j qw *_ 

. ^tttsft 1. The office or work or a compounder. 

2. Necessary knowledge required for 
acting as a compounder. 
©*lfll— G9GQ. (ft ) 9. (Q°. $#191 )— 

Kampani «, | 9lSto c ll0 < " cio© gq_ 

^TKt 1. A mercantile company. 

2. East India Company. 
OftlQI Olflfi— €§€Q. 9.— ( 0°. OflW + a. ©log )— 
Kampani kSgaja ClQ$GS<a£? <£|q 39^© S^Ggg 
^ItfaflW GOI^— Government promissory 

tfq**in5T notes. 

Oftlfll SSTI— GO. 9 — (Q°. Q»lffl + s. *<?)Q%Cj§a- 

. Kampani tanka O&MQ^iq ^Q©GQ g^QQ GQfoi- 
^ttft feW 331— Silver rupee promulgated 

' 5'*1* feRJT in India by the East India Company. 

Oftlfl OIOI^Q— 6§G9..(Q°. S£fl£> <$. ff|. 991$$) 9 — 
KampSni bahadur qq©^ W! q qq^ q^q§«- 
^«1t^ ^J^ O^IQIQQ qQQGQ 9|9 QI9— Popular 
firfe i*1$«* name of the East ndia Company 

(in India). 
Oftl©©— 3. Q4. qj(«qi 9^. 0$H-«M^©)— ojflg— 

Kampanwita Attended with trembling; attacked 

(9$HS> H ©I — $1) with tremor; shivering. 

©ftlfl— G9GQ. 9. (ft°. OflQIf J— 99QI SfSSQQlQ §9|$- 

KampSs 93% Slflig 3$— A pair of 

_^ compasses, 

^***fft G9GQ. (Q°) 9— S?i9l©2HQr 9q€>$| 3$— 

W Hit# v Mariner's compass. 

OC 9QQI (01%)— fll69. (3«wqs< 9— ajTOIQGQ €99 

Kampi kariba qq^I — Trembling due to 

indigestion. 

*9fto— e. 9«i.— (9& v aiSL+o<f. 0)— iiofHQ— 

Kampita 1. Trembling; shivering. 

J I 2JJGQIGS — 2. Moving to and fro 


■• I (+0& &)— ^S© — 3. Caused to move 

to and fro. 
v I <gj®- Q£[9g — 4, Shaking with fear; 

frightened with terror; terrified. 
tf. 9. (+qO. ©)— ^OOj 9^Q — 

Tremor; vibration. 

o8qi— G9.s. (g. o» ai^)— * 1 $$F Q cwi^aiaoi— 

Kampiba 1. To shake; to tremble. 

dtpn > I qo Q| Qs^GQ «g Q G9QI — 2. To be 

(QftlQSI— §t©$ %Q) agitated 4 ;or restless with rage 

or fear. 
* I <g€1GQ £)QQl — 3. To tremble with rage* 

©#j-GW3. 9- (Q°. OI#J— .^ I ©^ ^Qf— 

Kampu 1. Tent. 

^OT 2. Camp; cantonment; barracks for soldiers. 

oeaao— ewa. v. (o°)— spoij i^iQq— 

Kampear Act of comparing. 

OGftcaQQ— GW9. 9. (0 s )— eaQ9i§oofi4€9iQfp>i 

Kampearar QQQ% SJ9Q 9QQ gGCf ^QI9Q 0^ — 
4^*11^ A comparer of copied documents 

W^nT c with the original ones. 

QGftfflQO $0— G?GQ- Q. (0°)— ^Q <?Qq 9G6r WR 

Kampearing klark WIQflOl Q^R^l 10l€?q $Q$l 

aiQ*©qg Oq© — A comparing clerks 

9G$H9 v - G9G^.9. (q°. QG$fl9) — QQieiMGQ §9! %IQqq|G> 
Kampoj fgo 0€l «M3Q 6315)91 Q^~ 
^C^lt^^ Composing (in printing). 

TOT 

0€#10 0€JOI— €9. ^ — G9?^l§ GRGi!§_a99l £3IQ m<Se 
Kampoj kariba Q©*)I3QQ tlQQ G3lf)9l — 

W^ffer ^Rd To compose or set types in a block 
*»>J^ TOSTT • for printing. 

9G#i©*q-e§€9. 0. ( Q° )— qgia^Q gsjq* ©^ 

Kampojitar gai ©flG^ 3£IQQ9<il9 QQ tlQtf 
wril&5|<i GQI95 — The compositor of a print-^ 
CTtHRT * ing press* 

OeftlStfO— G<fe9. (0°) 0— S9fl?l9 GiOQI; QOffl— 
Kampojisan Composition, 


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<M|— 3* 9<3- ( 9»-iU%4.Q$. Q )r-v. I qjJq. OQQ— 
Kanupra 1* Trembling; moving. 

JM <$©— 2. Terrifted; ■ 

Oft— fin. ©. ( e. Qsr )— ^ 1 oep— 

Kampha 1. Catarrh. 

•M €19 & W— & Cold and cough. 
. » I G€j9l— 3. Phlegm; rheum. 

^ft$— G9GQ. 9. ( q\ w(§ )— aaoQ a§« 91 

Kamphata .CKWG^Sl— A comforter; »-• knit 
<P*pfe* woollen tipped long a#dWrw, for 

w*4 tying round the head or neck. 

«#$Q— G9GQ. (Q°) 9. (Q°. ©*H§>— 9fl^(GQ«) 
Kampha tar . Kampiiat ( See ) 

951 (W$)— ^r — ciqo wi ; 61$ SQ9I— 

Kamba (root) To move; to go. ' 

Kambaia 9 ) — ^ i 6S<aiQG«fl$>?fa Q^eera— ' 

1. Blanket; a rug. 

*> I ( +«>$. ©a )— oiei 9Ga<a— * 

2; Name of a class of Hindu mythological 

serpents. 

* I Q^Ql^ — 3. A sheet. 

4* Woollen wrapper. 

* I $3— 5. "Worm.. 

9 1 cciiq^ crrono; 6sn%$r 6I»I Q€Q 6GW 

3pl QsJ — 6. The dewlap of cattle. 
9 I qeiQCOT— 7. A class of deer. 
r I M—8. Water. 

«qoi— gi. 9. ( e. Qq»i )— ©rai ( gqo ) 

Kambala Kamala ( See ) ; 

Kambalibahyaka flGef. 9 ; ©sySI 91 9SWgiq 
991 GWl )— w?qi§>. ^ <$iq $$\ g W| 
€161© — Cart drawn by bullocks or bulls; 

bullock-«art 
«jolr^e. 9. 4°. (Q^a^ciwya + gg **feq.v'QQ. 
Kajmfeali ' ^ *$. ^ — 

(ftWBI^il) X 'I y&* 3^—1. BtilL ' ' ' 

J \ 909— 2. Bullock. 




1. Having a blanket. 


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/ I ^s^« OQg©— 2. Wearing^ blanket. \ 
Sy.,Q. aj — 99lttlQ ©IWI9— A name for calling 
a woman named Kamala. 
«?— «. 9. *J. ( Q^ y|^=Q@l ^QI + ?r^G2f. 9 )■»- 
Kambi ■ <, I- gqpi. ©Qq^^ ©^ ©iae$~l. Ladfc 
^ I QiQSIQ 99 — 2. The part or section of a 
bamboo between two joints. 

Qq«i».g, q, (^ ai^^g^ 9ft9i+eae€T.»+sij— 

Eiambika qcfloeQ «1& G99I aiQ w giote 9IQGQ 

9H999 QIQiQGOT ( §. ^IQSHGIQ ) — A kind 

of cymbals or castanets used in ancient 

times to keep time in music. 

6K},l-sr. q. 4I ( 9?iaiSL+3«aq )- ^ ( G9«i )— 

Kambi Kambi ( See ) 

0^— %. Q. ( QH ^1^=61^ 0Q9I+©(J. SJ ) — 
_ Kambu ?. | acf — 1. Conch. • 

S I ( OT yi4+Ql|. Si ) 9firi;9fir©TO QO^r 

2. Bracelet; a wristlet of conch-shell. 
* 1,90°^— 3. Fingir-ring. 
^ I Cl©^ 9IQ— 4. Elephant. 

* 1 agp. aiq©— 5. Shell. 

? I- Q^ 9#— 6. Rainbow-colour. 
S> i 61£>GS?a; gl9l^-7. Neck. 
r I £T^i 919^8. Hollow borne. 
4 I GOjGJ— 9. A thief; a plunderer. 
GQ- ^^1— OIQIQ^ ©9©; .^^Q— Multicoloured. 
fiqp.-^q* 9. ( G9<W )— «JA61®| ( G9«t ) 

Kambuka ( 9GQ^| §§<i<%$l )— - 

Aswagandha ( See ) 

«q««— e. 9. ^ 1 ( qei^q qqig ; ^a^ q^ >-^ 

^ambttkaBtha « g^ eQfiUf^qg QQQQct — 

( <?qp4-HH ) 1. A »eck bearing horizontal lines 

like those of a conch shell. " 
J i VSWNra— 2. A species of tortoise. 

"^."w. 9!. ( 99g1e )— acr aa G^ip^g 

'_ y. >( €10GQ€IQ% C g^ja )— 

. . , ( a man ) Having the neck marked with 

horizontal lines like a conch. 

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sacred place. 3f tbe Hindus. 

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Earaboja ^ I $q$Q$%— 1. A kind of conch. 

2. A country in western India. 

3. A species of elephant. 

'■■9gy©9— €9W. ( R Q ) Q. ( Q°. 9*^©^ )— q&IOTS- 

Kamyunik • g^QQ^ — A communique. 

Og?©V-G§GQ.-< Of ) Q. ( Q°. 93^©^u )— 

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^jf^l ^ q^ — -A communist. 


Eamra v ( aaOWl^-1- Desirous. ; 

(9gi— *1) > 1 9tg9; QwaQgigs-r- - 

%. Libidinous; lustful,- licentious. 
* ! (+^. Q) 9Wa£fc SGW'Q— 
S. Charming; beautiful, 
'©a*— GQGQ. M 6 Q— 93Q ( 6QS ) ■■:■ 

Kamri Kamari ( See ) 

-■©qolQ— 69. .-©—. 9<9IQ ( £99 ) 
Kayabara , ^aebara ( See ) 

ssaoq vqwot »aej *9q ©cisq eqs 1 ^'ei- «9^«i^ 1 

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Kayara • The clearing nut. 

■Q%\— aiw. (^94$) 9. (*. 999 J— 9&1 era— ' 

; Kaya X^e clearing nut. 

Q^l— GQ. Q— -QQV ( G93 ) 
Kay an KaiHaS ( See ) 

9qi'OS— G9. © — G9gffi Qg —Tamarind tree. r 
Kayan gachha 

KayaSsarda Q9f G3?(% <$ ai^ £ G3K3 flltf 

9I9IQ 9Q oqiq eo§ qi^si '"eftq^-qjf) 6 

9IQ *K)Q &OGQ G99 S^GQ '^KJ T ^^9I 
efl^Q— A pickle made by laying up 
successive layers of gruel made from 
ripe tamarind pulp. 


Eayadhu Name of the wife of Hiranyakft&Jm. 

KaySmat a&OGQ S^G} QQ<H ^ $3^* $q 

**^ " aGOn9 qtt9i§ «aQ^O 4^ie^ ^ fl|^ 

***•">«« 02H G9G9 6 ©IQTQ Q%^^© arag^NQ 

©«tQ fi^GJ QQGQ— Tlie last Day of 

Judgment. 
eq*«— G9. ^>- ^ J a« 5JSK 6©Q ijQQi ^g— * 
Kay^la 1. A weighman. 

^'ftffil ^ i 9§QIQ — 2. A person who weighs 
^*3^K wares at a mapi, 

9qi^— G9. Q— ai$G3Q; a^H^Qtc <S©0 ©^91 Qn§Q 
Kayali qiQ^gQ. Q^ff— Fees or commission paid 

to a weighman. 
6qi9— G9G9. (a) Q.— acgPGJj ^§9Q— 

Ka J a s &uess; estimate. 

96q9IQ— G9. §>— Q<t9lQ { GQ^ ) 
Kayebara Kaebara ( See ) 

(0 9t gi9K» 9SQ$ «c^iq i o,©v SqqsKt Qaia^g , 

QQqQ-j)lG9. ( q^Ags ) . §— ^sfQ s^_9l% gg qq 
Karchali QgiQQi ai ^ ^Gfo^lGQ flqa^l %9iq^ 
Pina or naik attached to the plough- 
blade to tighten the ploughshare. 
9§€6>^— 9IG9. «^qS) Q— 9®q,Sl ( CQS ) 
Karchet . Karchali ( See ) 

Kajdan Labour. 

9S*a^giG9. \ i (^HRg«>^-9f ( g^ )-- 

KapQi 1. Kariiai (See) 

- ^ J \ (gswjs) Qr—flit €««g9iQ ■q.gff— 

2. An earth-digging scraper. 
* I (GflMqS) O.— 9f ( G9<a >- 3. Karnni 

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*>Q9I— SIM (q«»lQ) § (^.,y{%)— 9Q?| (€Q«1;— 

Karba ; Kariba (See) 

®Q«€l^filL..(QOQ) a(«. 9AQ8)— 9998; &QQ ®Qq— 
Karmapa .Gcradually; by degrees. 

Karmase Karmasa ( See ) 


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Karma Karama ( See ) 

Karmi QQWGOT— A title indicating diligence. 

9QCfl9«6*Hgi. cqoq) a (e.sesi)~sGfl scoots*-- 

Karmekarme Gradually; by degrees. 

Karls (e. qiqgqs) Q^q— (era 6 qoi) (w«) 

Kalara (fruit and creeper) { See) 

Kar & Karsi ( See ) 

Kara Q$. «)— * I $>Q<a— 1. Ray of light. 

-> I QQQI; q^aeJQ — 2. Hailstone. 

* I ^9% 3Q41I — 3 « Revenue; rent, 
v I 3Q — 4. Tax; cess. 

* 1 9^—5, Hand. 

9 I *S*5^Bt — 6 * Ble Pliant 9 a trunk. 

■9i§iij«wi«r€i«9iaiwe«-r- 

7. A family-title of Brahmans. 

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8. Doer. 

(M— *1) « I ( QWQ 8GQ g€Q )— -eiQ©.. ©Q$ 

(aai— ^qq, a&Q, wq?Q, rswq)— 

9. 4 suffix denoting *doing ? producing 

and resulting in, and baying the same 

meaning as the c er' suffix in English. 

fll. (Q©Q) S> (§G)QI$Q <3QQif) gQGQ <2QQiQ 5 

1. Side; flank 

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QSJQGQWJiq SWJQ %<, geii — QQQ$ } QQ9l€i 1] 

GQ. Q— <> I # 9GTGQ€1Q OlOflil &|Q$ <?GSiai*| 

QGSl^ — 1. A family-title amongst the 

betel-farmers and betel sellers in Bengal. 

J 1 sj]^ sgq 6 a^q siqiqIgc* $gQGQ qs>^ 

■©q^QI-qowi — 2. A dynasty of kings 
reigning in Orissa in the 7th and 8th 

centuries A. D. 
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g^J^ Q^qiP 6 afiJfBGQ %9 — The form 
of the verb to do in present tense;. 
and imperative mood in the second 
person singular and plural. 

Karaka ^ | 919^ ^g ; Q|g^ QS £ £rQ _ 

1. Pomegranate tree and fruhV 

^ I as3lQG€l<a— 2. Name of« bird (M. W.) 

* I SG9QGQ QSilQ E1|^QG«S1^ — 

3. A cocoanut-shell hollowed to form a cup^ 
v I ©?>g^ — 4. An ascetic's water vessel, 

* I QGi$CiQ — 5. Pongamia Grlabra«(tree.) 
9 I GSIOTIQ CIS — 6. Bauhinia Variegata 
9 I QQ^Q ^9 — 7. Nerium Odorum (tree). 
r 1 <?$« ^% 9^a Qg— 

8. Mimusops Elengi (tree). 
<i t ^GQQ— A cocoanut shell, 
*° I 9^ — 1* Fungus; mushroom (M. W.) 
<.^ [ affiles — H. Betea Frondosa (tree) 

(M. W.). 
KS I (9Q + WG3. 9)-q9^— 12. Tax. 
9Q9Q— w. Q- (^. ©9©) — «Q,SQIQ gqg-^9tfi — 
Karakacha A kind of sea-salt.. 

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OQOq— GQ- ©• (9. TOQ)— O? QSoiGQI^aaQGCII^ 
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> I sia«j (G9ldl9lfi»-Q9)— 2. Unripe. 

* I aqfjj (€G!iQlQI2l OQ)^-3. Undeveloped. 

^>Q9§ai— 69. 93— 0Q9«t 91 aaQG€!i§» aa tt^?a 6 

Karakachia 99%l; 21^J<$- 9Q3I — 

Half-boiled and hard. 

999®09— tf. Q. (9Q + 98Q + QQ)— ©G^lg Qg^SjQ 

Karakachchhapika 9$ai9|Q ggjQGGIS; Wg?J — 

(9Q9$§9! — %1) A Tantrio pose of the two palms 

of the handa held together 
like the back of a tortoise. 


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9«9*— gi. q. (e. 09**) 

Karakata • 1, Crab. 

-> I <5!&SI9St fllSLj Ga7Q>9©l to — 
: » . 2. The month of Srabana- 

" VQQi SQ<»V^S ^Otf «6»m, 9|S£? 9| 9 I 
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9Q9 ! §aJ — 69. 9d .— Ck/Wj 9IS9%o! — 

Karakatia Stunted; dwarfed in growth. 

999^9— e. 9 ( ?l1 TO; 9Q + 9TO)— 9I09 Q<3— 
- Karakantaka Finger nail of the hand. 

0990$ — G9. Q. (990 = 9^9 + 99 ai§ + 9<$. B)— 
Karakabaha GQIqI — A sage; anohoriete. 

099G19— ST. 9. (pql 99- 9Q9 + SI9) ©I©*!, fl«— 
Karakabija Pomegranate seed. 

9Q9Q— €9. (aOi^jOQtfi §9. £999) a.-QO 9% «€t- 
Karakara 9d9§9i— Loud laughter; horse-laugh. 

*5«fi£ G9. 93—^ I Q99Riqgj 9398— 

1. Laughing; loudly. 

. !%*faa -m ( s. 99Q=gcii§> )— e«i9iQ9»% ooa 

fctfl^ 9IQqg («H9i Q9ia ) — 2. Grating 4x> the 
teeth while eaten; having sand mixed in it. 

o«»a— flisi. Wi) §<a. («r. 99a)— oo'a (69<s) 

Karakasa Karkasa ( See ) 

9Q91— $. 9'. 41. ( 999 +%1. n )— %aeia9— 
Karaka Hailstone. 


9Q9I9I9— e. 9. (?<$1 99; 999I + QI9 )— 

KarakSpata ^StsaQ $^ — 

Hail; a shower of hailstones. 
9901-69. 9. ( 3- 999 ) — 91951 TO — 

Karaki Pomegranate ( fruit ) 

C9€f eOltil G$8 9QS! OSft G?I«Q 9# GOd GOfl I 

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9Q69I99— e. 93. (QflO O&llj 99 + 69199)— 
Kara koraka eOQSn- $99Q> Gai99g — 

OS- G^eosep^ra i 

With folded h*ndfl» 

9QS9IQ— e- 9. (%99 9&ll 3 9^ + GQI ( 3)— 9199 QQIQ- 

Karakosha The hollow of the hand. 

99G9!<|1— 3. Q— ( ^<|1 ©Q- QQ + GOl^l ) 99©ffla 

Karakoshthl GQS1!9£j, ^g^ qOT^Q QjSIh €1^191 

9^£H<l^*The lines on the palm, of the 

hand from which a man's lot can be 

cast and his future foretold. 

99S9I<§1 9911— *. 9. (SI. a.€91. 9&II- 9QG9I<1^«1^ 

Karakoshthi bidya Q9il)— 99G9I^I G9^ ^9^t 

C(199Qqt^l €>§^ 9Q9I%€1 Q9^i 5 31^9 €11% — 

Palmistry. 
9999 — 3- 9«l. ( ^q 99- QQ+€l© ) — 
Karagata ^ | ^gQ©. 919^^9^(91 — 
(99991—41) # 1. Come to the hand. 

> I QI9 — 2. Eeceived; obtained; attained. 

* i Sl§aiQm_^^f 9iQ3i9! ; SD^% 991^9 — 

3. Brought under control; suborned. 
v 1 a^©9 — 4. Subdued. 
9QC1I— G9G9. 9. ( STI. 9IQ9I9 ) — 

Karaga 9g3fll9Q 9*5 9GQ Q9I <2liR-^ 
^C^ The low hole below the weaver's loom. 

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Karagraha ^ | aig{Q9^^ Q9I9 — 1- Marriage. 

> I S9IQT ©9^^_ ^9«1 G^9I— . 

2. Collection of rent from tenants, 

• 1 9£8|Q3 — 3. Holding by the hand. 

99fll»— -<r-:9«. 3f* ( 9Q+99 v ai^+9{i a )— 
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Collecting- revenue, 

1. Husband (who receives the hand of the 

bride in marriage.) 

> i qw wiq QQQI Qi§— 

2. Collector of revenue; tax-collector. 
OQfll»0— e- W. 4°. ( M+SR ai^+©(g. «Q )— 

Karagrahaka. $QSJI9 ( G93 ) 

Karagraha ( See ) 

Karagrahi v9) — 9Qgi9 (GQd) — Karagraha (See) 
■SQSIQSI - fl. 9. ( QQ+qg ai§j=«a€9l+®9. aff ) — 
Karagharshana v | ( 955)8 ) <^flgwg. e|iBl — 

1. Churning rod. 

«m ( £<$1 ©q ) — 910 <a€Qi— 

2. Rubbing of the hands. 
9Q© — e- Q. ( <J 91 9 ai^+a^Qtf. SI$T ) — 

Kararika ^ | qqqq — 1. An ascetic's water-pot. 

> I Qfyn 9GQQ — 

2. The shell of a cocoanut. 
*J €1^^!% QQNO— 3. Skeleton. 
v I q§3 G«flQa; — 4. Skull. 

* I QSiaiiJ) — 5. A beggar's, bowl. 

9 I ®9I— 7. A small pot. 

r 1 saq»— 

8. Portion of a broken earthen pot; 

potaherd. 

9. Name of a kind of sugarcane. 
V* I QIWSOT— 10 A kind of pot. 

v^ 1 eaa wiotr ai9- §qqi® — 

11. A spittle-pot; spittoon. 

Karankabah! «||. «,9 ) — q©iqr SGGf QftGQIj) <?| 

(gQWiaffl— d' @OT!Q a& 313391 (qgn)*-— 

(the servant) Carrying the betel-pot 
or spittoon with kings. 
9QGPQI — GO. § -a©€»9iq 3§ «3i€J $$ Slf9l— 
Karankiba a To cut into pieces. 

©Qsr— W- 9- ( ff. W$ )— ^ 1 ©Mswas — > 

Karanga 1. A kind of water-pot. 


> I 9§>%8 <3G©Q — 2. The shell of cocoanut 
cut open in two halves. 
QQ^— GQGQ. 9. ( «B. QQ% ) 

Karacha ^ | (©gQ|Q @Qg|) «©tfll QfllQ©Q OlftQi— 
^551 1. A written assessment-list of tenants*. 

^ 1 ©IQ€l3 g5©^^9— 2. Diary. 

* I G3dlQ$ GQIQ Rqj© QQQ^l — 
3. A detailed statement. 

[ q — o aQ GO , a©*iOQ ( SJiq , S)€JS v GQ e^© ««?%Ga 

QiQJO G^lQ^i© I ] 

Karachuli c^g© 9^3 ) — A metal ladle with a 
^5t1% handle; a big spoonlike thing made 

^C^^ff; 4wA*A of metal for stirring boiling matter 

and for serving food. 

QQ9SQ Q9 act «ca Q^Q^ei — gia«i. fl^i^QO 1 
QQS9I — GQ. Qd — ^ I -C^ai^Sfl — 

Karachharda 1. Situate on one side. 

nM^[?t ^ 1 <$$® — 

gT55iT 2. Isolated. - 

<» i aKSld^tlj Ellfl^aQCll— 3. Separated from 

the side; keeping aloof 

QQe@IQQGH— GQ. §— ^ I (9q^) £H«q[ SI«CI| QftQl— 

Karachharda kariba 1. To keep away (a child) 

^iMft^fatf from one's side, 

ssraq ^^r j 1 g©?si3 «l&Q ^q Qi^§ g g^q ^i^gq 

GW1 ^WI — To neglect a worfc by 
shirking the responsibility from 

one's self. 

9Q3@! 6QQI— G9.^— -G9f«9 ^1% «8«I|«GQ a«Qf 
Karachharda deba Q§91 — To keep oneself at a 
^fWSt^SSl distance from a thing; to keep 

arairEtSTT one's self aloof tactfully, 

9Qi©e»— 91. M— 9Q99I ( G9G) )— ■ ' 

Karachhaiclia Karachha^a ( See ) 

«Q§— giG^ (9IG^^) 9 (g. ©4)— 9Q€; ©Q€; GStQQ 
Karachhi r \ 6©^ <]QGOIftJ— A standard of 

weight; one tola. 

«Qfi— tf. 9 — ^ I (©Q+©Q y|^===Q^I+9^. «)— 
Karaja q«| — 1. Finger-nail. 


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2. A tree; Pongamia Indica. 
* I QnTOS QlflO q€l$ Q9h — 

3. A scented herb. 

Q£l— V I 9g®!9 — 1. Born of the hand. 
^ I §961919 — 2. Born of the rajs, 

^ G9GQ. 9 (a. Qfif )■ — €J«1 — Loan; debt. 

9Q9 9€}9I— G9- £— $3 9€*9I— 

Karaja kariba To enter into loan; to borrow. 

9993191— gq. Q— («a. 9$f +§. «ioi) — caejT <si©igq 

EarajathStS sjtflQ Q9QS1 TO«1I eiW — A register 
^Mfat in whibh particulars of loan-transactions 
S*3T ksitciT are entered. 

9Q9QIG— G9. 9 (TO39 ^fiiq S19QQ)— QillQillQ- 33* 
Karajadam gQlQQ qtf — Amount of loans of all 
<?iwl*i kinds due from a man, including 

3t5T^I71 loans, debts, mortgage, pledge, 

pawn etcfdebt and loan # 

999910 9991 — GQ. & — C I ^tllQaiQ QQQ| — 
Karajadam kariba 1. To borrow. 

-> I 9l99l9,0Q9| — 

2. To take things on credit. 

99991©— G9G9. Q<a ( ffi. 9$(9i$ )— qeig§; 

Karajadar q^ G93I91® — Indebted; involved in 
"^frffa debts. 

W^C GQG9. §~^g#- S||©Q — Debtor. 

9999IQ— CQG9. 9. ( OT. 9$f N 9iq ) — ^«JiggQ|— 
KarajadSri Indebtedness; state of being involved 
•v^flR in debts. 

OQOQIQai — GQG9. Qd. ( «. 99*91$ ) — 
Karajadaria [9Q0QI© ( QQ<H ) 

Karajadar ( See ) 


999 GQ9I— G9. ^— «9%. ^ G99I — 

Karajadeba To advance a loan 6 to a debtor. 

999 6991— G9. *?— 999 9Q9I; 3919901$. qa Q9SI 
Karaja neba 9€19I— To enter into loan; to 
^#5pe*Tl borrow. 

9999IQ9— G9. 9. ( HOW $ G^ 39QQ 39)— 
Karajabaraja - 999^13 ( G9*5t ) 

Karajadam ( See ) 

999QQQI — G9. § — ( 89 91 aiQ) q^lGQ 9«^© GW^ 
Karaja lagiba q^GQ €)tl(3QI — ( moneyor paddy ) 
^r*ij$f| To be invested in loan. 

^is»mT (aai— qi«fiiQQ <?qigq tori qqq qq§ i) 

9Q9J(Q©hIQ)— G9GQ. Q. (SI, Ofi?, G>rfi)— GQ^I^ q« ; 
Karaja (etc) qqq. c§GQ Q^hIQ (GQ«) 
^Wl Loan; karaja etc. ( See) 

( aai— qq©i aio qi ^qri i ) 

^OT 1. Money (etc) invested on'loan. 

-» I qw^flflq (siai— QQ^l, «lloi)— 

2. Relating to loan transactions. 

9Q©— G9. M— q^ig^— 

Karaji Indebted; heavily involved in debts. 

9Q©£0— G9. Qfil— 9Q© ( GQ<£i ) 

Karajia Karaji ( See ) 

9QG9I© — GO. ^. (*. 9Q-f GSIQ)— Q^IS« — 
Karajorda folded hands. 

GQ^ I>^1 — ^Qlg« — With the palms of the 

hands joined together. 

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^W1 — OQ 9IS1^J eta 6 9§Q S^QQ 

ft(RW; G^Qiq.g ETO — 

*<'jI 1. Almus Integrifolia (tree ); Pongamia 

Indica^ Pongamia Glabra. 

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2. Karanda ( See ) 

Karanjaka KaraBja ( See ) 

KaraEjanilaya The mythological mother of all 

trees. 

case 9q gqgq eg <qi sq oqi i 

Karata <+•©$. a )— i. I qiq. qjsfl— l.jjCrow. 

2. The temple of an elephant, 

* I QS«k ^3 fl Qa — 3 - Safflower plant. 
v I *JS9 ^ GQg^SJjj*— 4. Safflower. 

* I W'tfWG'Sra — 5. A kyid'of drum. 

6. Name of a jackal infolktales. 

9 i q©9n§Q <3Wai<g> di$ — 

7. The funeral £ Sraddha performed 
on the 11th day of death, 
r | QI&I^I — 8. Cormorant (bird) ■ 

t I QQh §l§)£1 — 9. A bad Brahmana. 

«(,<» I Q\%Q 9h§ — 

10. An atheist; an unbeliever* 
V<s \ G9Q»^Jp 9h§ — 11. An.impugnerof the 
doctrines of the Bedas ( M. "W. ) 
S. Qdl — <> I Q\%Q — l.«-Atheistic. 

j 1 QOI&N ^le^^S — 2- Dark red (M. W.) 

* I S><2h« ( 9«*§ )— & (person) Following 

a degraded profession. 

SQSQ— ST. 9. ( QQ% + ? 'G ? /.Q )— '©Q^ ( G9<3) 
^Karataka KAra^a ( See ) 


Karata €3^ GH^^«/Q Q^GQ "^g* §< — 
A cow very difficult to be milked. 

GQ. Q. (5f- W)~t I qWn§Q <3QIQ9!9 fll^» — 

1, The funeral Sraddha performed on 

the 11th day of death. 

> 1 GS^ W^ — 2. A very small narrow cloth. 

^?^I «TRT^ ©qfiJGQ 69ff QQ$>\ ^GQ qpH ^t^Q 6fi»ft 
9lltel GIQ 9i9?0 fllf 91 Q^Q«lfiJ— 
3. Bits of stone or earth put in the scale 
pan for ascertaining the actual weight 
of the empty pot or receptacle in which- 
ghee, oil or any other liquid articles are 
about to be weighed. 

* i aracf; ©Qi^ 9i$?i qi^q acaeQ gsiq: 

4. Weight added to the lighter pan of a 

scale to make the beam horizontal 

before weighment.- 

$9Q ^l^Q G^IQ QG9 , fflg" i Qg Q§ gqi^Q 9. 
Q§GQ GQl^§ Q9iQOg x <to Q^liaGO 01$. ^qaiQ 

9iq9l ai^Q afi3GQ flif 91 oaQAigqio egici Qqgio, 

Karata dhariba To restore*©quipoise to the beam^ 
^$t «(?l of a scale by putting pieces of earth 
qte'n «R?n or stone before weighing an article. 

Karatika ^>|g- q|^). qso- — A she-crow. 

KaratI W.)— 9g3— 1. Elephant. 

> I (W% + ^1. §)— fllfi) %«ll— 2. A she-crow.. 

Karatu q. %ai^GQ 9 SDG^ei)— 9»OQ asl9Ga^. 
G^tgtOSa ag| — The Openbill ( a wading 
bird); the Numidian Crane. 

«Q©I— OT. 9. (. «. WG9$ )— 1 I QOWGQ^ 9^ 
Kararda £Ttt 6 R«l — 1- Memordica Charantia 
^^9[\ (creeper and ^ fruits). 


OQOiaowsi 


( l*vp ) 


QQ^l 


Q 


Q ■ NW 


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OT99# «o 9i§9 q^igQ i «a 


$ 


« 


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9 a,«a 


a 


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€11 


Q«l 


Q. 


-> I 09 39IQ QCTQQ CIQ— 

2. Cleistanthus Collinus (a wild tree). 
TtTft; IR^R; *?t«*F [§— <^Q 99QI QM 9I3GQ 

©GTSWqrGQ 9G3 I ] 

* I qq 93 ns&i §cfe g^0I~ 

3. Empty pods of cereals, 
g. W. ( 3. 993 )— 

*■ I 9©> %l^ tfrf «ll - L Hard; tough. 
-> I Q%^SS # 7-2. Inured to rough use. 

* I 9% qdl^ qgoiq ©qflgo^Q— 

3. Strict; over strict. 
v | Qig*^ Qlftrai— 4. Active; fit for work. 

$.Q9ia©€l£0 (Q«*I9) — Sl€9. (a«w) $>— 

Karaidarpataria (etc) OQqaQQsD Q©<,|$ .(COS) 

Kalarapataria etc. (See) 
QQ$— G9. 9- fa. 9<3ERj%&. ara. QRQ)— 
Karargi *. I QIQ£Wf. ^IQg*— 
q'KHMWffigr 1. Tender shoots of bamboo. 

> I QOqcT — 2. The fire supposed to exist in 
the human stomach which digests the food* 
( S32II— Gfll 9G}?> 99G& I ) 

* I Q<3 5 G9IG>2i 2B9 €TChQ §Q*^ OT919* 69€J^ 

G3Q Gq,ai 2D9 Q69— 3. The empty pods / 
of cereals after thegrains are extracted / 

from themy 

v i ta^oa^ 39^3991 ciaaieca sia— 7 

4. Fully ripe mango fruits falling dow a 

to the ground of their own aocorc .. 

(J32II — m 9I§>» sir, Qa^gq@ Q GJ§ QlgJ, 

9^919 2J191, QGQQ9I ©rf f ) 7 

£1169. ( S*tf»LQ ) 9— 9I$€1 Q9I% 3g© yilQi 

91 Q96) — A sort of foodorfcurry 

prepared from tender shoots of bamboo. 

9Q® Q9i— GQ. ^> — €!©l 9IQS — 

Karardi gaja Tender shoots of bambo 

9Q© ©6>qi— G9. q— aoas|«aiG9fliie9i 

Karardi jaliba Feeling of being verm hungry 

mmct 


QQ^l — ?r- 9. i i ( q ai§_=«ei9i+99f. to )— 

Karana Qifih — 1. Action; act. (Apte) 

J | ( + QQfl. TO) (QilGQdJ £1191 giq 69fefl 

§S> ^§® ^ 9iQ99GS<a— 

2. (Grammar) The instrumental case. 
» ! Q|g iqiaOQGgg — 3. Instrument by 

which any work is performed, 
v t QB|£j- QlQtfi — 4.. Means to an end. 

* I G9§); 319—5. Place. 
? I Ql§>> a<5Q— 5. Body. 

^ I £$LSi — 7. -Organ of sense or action. 

8. One of the eleven divisions of the time 
of the day according to Hindu astrology 

* I (+9$. 39) qjjfiKfoi© g"§€1h^P' eiogio- 

9€€ra; ^l^a — 9. A caste born of a 
Sudra mother and Baisya father. 

<*° i 93 9iq Gspa— 

10. Anointing by the hand. 

11. Manual representation of a songf in 

dancing, 
V I QIQQ— 12. Monkey.. 

%.* 1 (+q9. aft) acjgi^ 9ft9l; 9^199 — 

13. Producing; doing; accomplishing; 

* effecting (Apte) 

V* I 9<i93% G99IQ — 

14. Business; trade ( Apte ) 
V* I ( WQQ ) QQQ— 

15. (law) Documentary proof ( Apte ) 

\9 I aQ°2$ — 16. The Supreme Being (Apte) 
tS> I ^©lfej^l — 17. Pronunciation (Apte) 
%r I QGW\ 9^9aiqW 9h§— 
18. A professional writer. 
«.(! I §§95 GQQ9- 19- -^ n expert writer. 

eswLefta^Qfl, 9^ %% <&& 1 oa i 
^° I GR«i9 5 G3IC9iQG^ ©q^— 

20. A clerk; scribe; moharrir. 

GQ. 9.— ^ I QgGQ GQGII 9m9^1 9I^§ 919— 
1. A caste of kayastbaa of Orissa. 
"f"2 — q6^-'W9 «9^Q Sl^lQ ( flc^- ^H» ), 
.^ICKfolO €93«! 9^19 ( £Hff9qi ^l"**' )j €9€l«rf- 


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€Wl© S$£j 3glQ ( #913)30. MMf ) ^.Qq^a. 
gwgc^qqi a\qQQ (M. "W.) 1 <3Sioqr qwuS 
GMiew 1 6?iaieQ ©$ei 6 gq€hq$3 aistGQ ^q 

SVIQ QQ3 ©10 2ISS} I ff«J 6 QfllQ £Q9 QQ3 

ofseQ aQgOj. eSaiQQtiiflie© s^s>gq $q^i 095 1 
QQ^aiMTQ sap^qiQGQ qpQ «iGcr» qa?ia<$9GQ 

wraw S£H9Q 94 1 GQ^iHQQ^ioqrQ 91091. sgcp 

siGff sww w<a, -qoj 6 ■ G&w^ja ewi* 
&19Q reiaQ 1 <igqiGff sogs $Q^ Gi£h se$9i 

8K^O. <%<! I ©I QGR G9 6R«liaO* 9ia*H QQ, 
€3 ffQ3 G9IS* 3^0© G91G? q^lQT £HG«i 99 Q<? 
SIQ?i9l%QQ£l #GS §G9 99 &I9.G9IQ G€t©© G$G& I 

<snwor SGer 9aGR 1 ogao. qiq$g9 <q gQaQaial 

9fil©IQQ 9^ G9Q <19 <19 ^Gg QQS1 Ol©q G9IQ • 

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€9GQ I TO<3 ©I9GQ 3% £19^) QfliQ GS9IQ o@ 

$39 <i€9 sa Gga aiQQi§* 1 e^gaioT S9©ff. «s— 
*o<ai 99 gq 511915" ' ^1© ^oi^iw ^aaQflie© 
«teJ <3G9 QQ3 ,g«ii<$1gq. QK)^ i <§QQ ACQ© 

Eisley qig^W Castes and Tribes of Orissa (Vol 
I. P. 426. ) S£GQ 9QS19II6© 9t%qr G^jdl^G^g 6 

QI^^IGff ©pig? W«» 6 S9^ S19IQ qa^ll%Q 
9§© a© GQIQ GQ«ias I 

693IQ QQ331GQ GGIIp S^IGQ S^l^©8 ^ft 
goiQ— ^- ^SG©i^i ^. sretMiep; «». qq^lQ; 
v. ortra ( 9«a— 60ai I ) 

QIMI 9*QG$1S 1'^p qiSiGQ ( I*LL R. 1926. 
Patna, page 45. ) 0|gf q<g^i (§"Q|% ^GQOffl* 9$ 
<§ 9^)|^GQ ^a?II© G9IQ21S§ G9 Ql^gfllfeQ 9p^ 
atgj 6 q^GQ GM! ^J© Ga ? ©^q9QQ qiq qaQT 

>t QQI 91 GWQ1Q §919 GQ^QI Q^l— 
2; An accountant of a Raja or of a Deity. 

flicQ. ( flaw ) 9. ( %.% ۩. TOeis^giflQ 

q©^ ^#19G<W 9fl«lfl ^9k9Q §^19 


G^9I Q9q$ — A village accountant 

under the Government in (Janjam. 

90*13— fll€9- (.€ISIfl ) Q. ( ST- QQ«lj GO. QWiq )— 

Karanam g|9Q qS"S3^ .8«ll«P GftW— A. village 

accountant under the Government, 

OQfil fldHOi— GQ. «>— V I $®Qlq QQ^l «1«II0GQ 300© 

Karana marjyada Wl©9 «69^Q 6 g© — 

1. Grandeur and usages obtaining in the 
Karana society of Orissa. 

2. ( figurative ) Outward grandeur 

( generally j. 
0Q6I Qia^— GQ. ^>— ^. I ^Q^lOl^ 90) 9m§— 
Karana saanta . 1. A nobleman of the Karana 

easte. 

V I 9Q SGO* 9QQI^l%Ga ^JIQO QQ^W^ 

2. A noted relative of a bridegroom of 
the Karana caste who accompanies the 
bridegroom to the marriage. 
9Q&— ST. Q. ( q ai§_+qi9. ®Q+Gl )— ■ 
Karani v | qq^]. g^9l— 

1. Doing; effecting ( M. W. ) 
^ I q^Q — 2. Causing ( M. W. ) 

\ G9; Q. (9. QQ^l)— *. I fl8fll| a§; gwi^ ^9^ — 

^T^i" 1. Authority;" power; might. 

^o qq^i «a^i QiQ 9i§" ass £)U® ««sa eae^ f 

J 1 QQ91 ©l^i— 2. Work^ 

* I. ^S% $R&— 3- Ponga'mia Glabra, 
v ! 6§«Q ^g©!^ 9«Q 91 S&l GQ«tl- 9'Qtiiqr 
9s9^9 ^J^Q — 4. A kind of abstruse script 
in Oriya writing ( used hy Karanas 

especially ). 

(3.©$ <® ®i asi €a%9q^ >-^q©9^1qjQc> 

9<iOQIQ Qft9|- SJ_9I 99HQ ( OQi^iq 09 

^gq ^^ QiS'GQ G9io ai^q, Qq^io )— 

5. Mason's trowel. 
U^_6. Art ^ 

Used by the Karanas of Orissa, 


<Q€$SISQ 


( K*-*H ) 


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Karani akshara qqq 9^9}; g>qg<^ 9«,9g© g^^W 

&$! 3SQ 6 3IGQW €>$ — A running 

script in Oriya and abbreviations used 

bj the Karanas to save trouble in writing. 

[ 9— QGi® m§9\Q 'a%i agQ J ©gq g^^iq 9sa 

QIQBIfi 1 ] 

-««l8a" — G9. 93 — v 1 993 91© 91 qaiOTq,$1e| — 
Karanian 1 . Relating to Karana caste or society. 

( aeii— qoStf ©a, sqSN" g$41 ) 

^ I QQefl S&I9GQ SOQO — 2. In vogue in the 
,. Karana Society of Orissa. 

-0Cj8 Ol^OfiOl— €9. 9— (%«Q1 93©! 91 Sgfll 2I3Q99- 

Karani katu kariba qqq ger» G99I ~ One's 

authority being felt; the ascendancy o£ 

m . a person's influence. 

(•aeii — aa^^fmQftQai 9<a£[GQ arci 39Qre>ff 

-eQ9 Q$Q — G9. 9 — 3I&IQ££>8 QQtiifliGO 9i99IQ 

Karani nabaja Q^%$>\ 2]$$ ®q & Qq\-QQQn qjSll- 

Generally incorrect language and words 

used by the common Oriya writers. 

[ g— < §191, & S9SIQ 99QGQ, S9l£>9 6 9§9IQ 

§Q£jJG9 6 9QQGQ 9<i9$£> $<3j <l G^«1IGQ S, S, 

9) Q, ^ Q, % % %; 9, 3j 9 TOI, 3 TOIQ 

QGQ9 Q aw <9" 9hIW?1 6 9£iq$ SQ 9§ Q 

art 6 bggq 9ai"$sg oiqgq gqgi .$« 6 ®qqq 

9G9Si €19 6 W9 ai<J I ] 

9Q& 6Q3I — €9. Q. (qMQ«l98 6^>€liGQ 9Q£ISiG9 <jgft 

Karani lekha GS*3|^I% )— 3*1 9IMI : ©WC«S$ 

G6$! 399GQ QsT §-c £>l§ —A flowing 

. , script which is very difficult to 

decipher. 

-QQal— 3. 9- ($ ai^+«iQ + il. $)— t I (080) GsjejT 

Karani qfiQ 5|ft ■( .aai— 9000, Q90Q ) aftfSHlGQ 

919IQ QQ §<3 Q\Q ( S32JI— % * S> ) — 

1. ( Arithmetic ) Surd or irrational 
number; a number of which the root 
can uot be extracted in a whole number; 

surdroot. 
VI 9Q§i ( G9GI ) 

2. Karani ( See ) 


aao qasri c©i$ mq^iIsq i 


gais?iei. ff&csaq 


«> 


3. One' side of a square ( M. W. ) 

Offlfil ®%~ ST. 9. ( €13© ) — q|[Q 0Q S>$|£[Q QQ i v*- 
Karani chihna ( Arithmetic ) The sign of root; 

OQ«lq— «• Q^l. (^"ai%+9* ^ )— ^ I 9€*9IQ 
Karaniya CQ|C1h. Q^9i— 1. Fit to be done; 

practicable; necessary. 
J I 3191 ^^991 $QS>— 
2. Proper to be done. 

$Q#— 3. 9 (^ ai^+e«G& ag)— t 1 C90 91 

Karanda ^ 9IQS1Q G3SQ; G9? — 1. A basket of 
bamboo or wicker work with lid* 
2 I 2IO— 2. Bag; pouoh. 1; 

* I -flaOSj ^§€0*^11— 3. Bee hiv& .,-. 
v I €19 — 4. Sword. , 

* I 9»OQ dflteew- Q[Q§9— 

5. An aquatic bird; a sort of duck. * 
9 I G39l£>9G€iS — 6 - A kind of mOss. 
9 I Q§ 91 en^ €a<Sil— 

7. A closed receptacle. 

QQfl©— e- 9 ( 0«SH-WGa'. © )— «Qg ( G9«l ) — 
Karandaka "Karanda (See) 

9QHI — sr. 9 ( 9Q9+2D ) — a^QGqci— 

Karanda A liver disease, 

QQ^SflflQI — G9. Q— C1l§?oq<ai ( G93I ) — 

Karandiamusha . , - Gatuamusha ( See ) 

QQ6f9— e. 9 ( 9Q§=aQ + ^^IG^ TO .)— QQ$ 

Karandika ©gej q4gQ g^ioq^^f. 2J93IGQ 9<?fi> 

9€i9l Q?iG9 Otfflq 9Q^(9I a0ElQ GCIIW 

' G«llQq9 ^9Q^1 aKlj ^Q«f©g— Marsupial 

animals; animals having a pouch under 

the belly for carrying the immature 

^youhg ones, 
9— (9Q$+2ia «aGQ. Qft^ ^1. «,9. 
< fllSQT Q.4 .<S GQ% 9yGQ'GQI?< £J» Q| 

q^i su^qq g»i G9«ii£ii< ) Gsqglsia — 

Barbus chola; a kind of nah. 


KarandS 


^Q9 


( ^*>*o ) 


QQ ©l$9fc 


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sqgq *fl«rf g«i©c9; «qa* 9 flosQ •sja' esies<?; '^ ff Sqcq .'^ gq«g9; 'a&i- ft qiqgq 'arf cq3c9; *a$?a' 9 oiqcw* 'aqsg' Goto i 


qq©— G9. S ($• ©Qap)— 1 I QIO^©$ a%i Q^QIOIQ* 
Karata Qs9§© S||Q^ gq,. QgQ ^ii^Qpofif- 
^3FS fl$ — 1. Saw. 

%<T« . QGtGQ SN$* GfllQ <?QGQ flQCQ 9§ QIQ9 9 

[ 9 — ©IO 9Q9 $Q g©|Q — <. I 9S)I QQ9 — <®\ 
G€$ <I9 <I9I%©G$1. GW a© WOGQ QCIIft QIO 
9GQ; -> I GOq 9Q©— <9I 9$; <19!%,$Q M ^Q 

> I («a«IQ) 1QI 91 q0l 9I?9IQ 9QS>— 

2. Goldsmith's tenon-saw for cutting 

metal. 
9QQ8— G9.« ($ *I$GQ OS 3G^I% «fq^ SG^ICI 9Cr»l^ 
Karatab acjJJO) — V I G>^ Q^ 939,1 2JQ|JIGQ— 
^F5S 1 . While doing; in the act of doing. 

> I $?Q— 2 - Doing. 

* 1 QQQIQ — 3. Having done. 
(Ml— €«L ©I W $oi«l Q$©8 Q|Q q^ici qgsi I) 

Karatagunda Qioqg ©GS» ^QGO — Sawdust. 

9Q©9— 91 (SWi) 9. (5T* 9^)— 9^9 ( G9S ) — 
Karatana Karttana ( See ) 

QflQfii aa «*$«> Q«, 9«os» as- 90 aoq 1 

9«oa— gi. 9<sr. ^9h)— a§j <gq©i— 

Karatapa Power; capacity. 

QQ©$— 31. 9— QQ^a ( GQ3 )— 

Karataba Karatapa ( See ) 

QQTO1— fll. 9~ 9Q98 ( GQS ) — 

Karatabya Karatapa ( See ) 

91. ( S9i ) 93 ( 3* 9^9*t )— S^i 9Q9I 
gj©9 — Proper to be done. 

63§g9lCQ 9Q0SN, <! G9§ G9G9 %St 6^9 I 

9101. 0^1913*1 
QQQQ — e. Q. ( £<|1 ©O. QQ + Q© ) — 
Karataia ' s. i 91©^ e«R9 Ql€! — 

1. Palm of the hand. 
(QQ$1— WO) ^ I ^yteQI— 2. Subjection. 
91- (QOQ) Q.^-Q9QQ — 

The place below one^s sides. 


QQQOGl© — ?f. §3. (£>€}] ©©3 ^^j ©©.9Q+©S)+Cio) — 

Karataiagata ^. I QQCIQ^IO^^flS^QI^IOGQ glSo — 
1. Placed in one's hand. 
J» I Q-3iRGGi 91 8IWRGQ ^91 — 

2. In ope's possession. 

3. Under one's control. 
9Q©fi)28— GQ. W. (3". QQQQl^)— asj% 2jalQ— 

■ Karatalia Under one's control or authority. 
©Q©l— 91. (09i) Q. («. ©g*j— 

Karata V | Qgj*: g^i — 1. Creator. 

acsQ agaifll gq 5^13 ©aoi 1 ^g^aqqgfl 1 
-^ I Q9Q — 2. Protector. 

gs§ g^ swq 9Q01 qqoi i ©j^wqqgfl 1 
* I ^9Q fllQQ — 3. Head, chief person or- 
master of the house. 

g<?. 9. ( e. ^© ai^.==«^ff ^91 )— • 

^ I QQQQI 9^" — 1. Act of sawing. 
. > 1 Qiqflr ( G9« ) - 
2. Pasanga ( See ) 

91 (OQs) W.— ^ I ( 3". ©sf )®S1 C ( GQfl ) 
( 9Q91— oaq© >— 1. Kartta ( See ) 

QGQS Gqfl 9^ CSI9 g^ifl qsisi *Q»! 01«© I 

OS- G9C9<ae»ig 
^ f ( sr. ^§© ) — 

9Q© §iq ET9I G9IQ^9l ( QIO «0Q )— 
2. Sawn ( wood etc. ). 

QQQIQ9I— OT. 9*, v I (sjS©^ aaGQfio^ SGqjei) — 
Karataiba ^QQ9I^ Q^Q P€i91 — 

^t^o ^^{ 1. To saw; to cut. 

«a sq §a *QQiQgs gotGia Qs^qiq 1 

^ I (9QQ9I §^1Q gGfiJTO^a) 9^QQqQ9| — 

2. To cause to be cut or sawn. 

( S2JI— G^ Wl GQQ QIO^ QQQIQGQ I ) 

QQ ©If Ql — G9. §— G€l!9 91 2)^019 CQlC QQ^I^ 

Kara taxciiba" ^)©Q 99gQ 6 QtL\Q n§ S8QI9 9Q9f — 

^hMlnl To strike one's palm on the head or 

5,TflWf<«(l * breast in an agony of grief 

or repentance* 

eoq% G©q$, <!G9 s$<st «q 01© «q i 99^. gcrto 1 


99919 


Q 


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W<$ Q$ 


Q Q % ^ G£J aQiq^Qfi 


( V»*V ) 


999 W 


3 9 


2I9SI9 91 OQQcjggotf 


«,« Mt / Q9 921 


«W 


9Q0I©— *..$. ( £<$| TO; 99 + OIQ ) — 

Karatala ^ | <j)Q qqq q^q gcfl|©. 9IQ«S>I«>— 

1. Clapping of the hands; clap. 

-> i 9io 91 9°gi $Sfa qio^swgsi^ CJI9IQ 

99910 — 2. Ji pair of cymbals made of 
bellmetal or wood for beating to tune; 

castanets. 

COIQ frOQ Q<$Q I Q^9|QCQ9. qcflO I 

9Q©IS)9I— ST. 9. ( 99 + 919 + 9+31. 2S )— 
Karatalika 99©IO ( QQ<2l ) 

Karatali ( See ) 
999l£> 69QI— 69- $*—V I Qiqqiq g|q ^a^jg qj 
Karatali deba 2l|| 9QQI — 

1. To clap the hands in derision. 

CQGft $£SII6» 9*$«f 2ISPGQ «QOlO $3 -gig | 

^OTiSflOTSSI M^9I«>6Q Q|gq|Q9|_ 
^TTOT^^^fTirr 2. To clap the hands. 

*'isiq69 Q§K5r ,9§©i9 a°€i©Ga<a«jL 910- 

W9.I.9 QI9I9I 9SiQ|— 3. To applaud 
portions of a speech with the clap of 

hands. 
9Q©1£>1— St. 9- ( 99+919 + $. q )— 

Karatali 9I©©I9~ Clapping of the hands. 
69-9. (tf. 99019) — 99W J» ( 69s ) 

Karatala 2 ( See ) 

99©— 69. 9. ( sr* QQaswq )— 

Karati G3Q*"GQ9"©Q0 $|q 9IO €>6Q — 

<Pfll>ol A sawyer. 

9Q©«0— 59. Q— 9QQ ( 693 ) 

Karatia Karati ( See ) 

9Q©€Tl€t— fllG9. («W,«19) Q— <9 9919 ma — 

Karatiphasa A kind of knot; clove-hitch 

. knot; granny knot. 

99691— 69. S\ ( e. <8^ a| SL) — 

Karatiba V i Q9© <jjig Q|fQ| — 

^51 1. To saw. 

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2. To lacerate as by a saw.. 
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G99H-3. (figurative) To cause great 
" suffering. 

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Karati heba 1. To be sawn. 

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2. (figurative) To suffer much. 

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99$©— 9U 3—*. I ( ?f. 9<ge )— 9fe *»I9 — 
Karatuta 1. Mastery; influence. 

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Karatoya ©a + ^,1. ai )- Q^QQfifQ CWGCIS - 

A river in north Bengal. 

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Karada 1. Paying rent; rentpaying. 

? I GQ^" ^1^^991 «igi«^q9q Q^J§ — 

2. Tributary ( chief ), . 

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Karadana Karddana ( See } 

999A— G9. ( a9^ ) %. ( e. 9951 )— ©Qq^ 9l$a-^- 

Karadama Clay. 

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Karada mahal 999*991 (69fll)— 

Karada rajya ( See ) 
999 901—^. 9— 69^ 991 «igit^99 9«i§) — 
Karada raja A tributary chief; a chief paying 
tribute to the emperor or king. 


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Karada rajya qq 92!§— A tributary state; a 
subordinate state paying tribute to the 

emperor. 
9QQk©l — 3. Qdl. £> ( 9Q+9IQI )— 9QQ ( G9$ ) — 
Karadata Karada ( See ) 

^QQiql— ST. 93 qj ( 9Q + 9IC0 )-w ( G93 ) 
Karadayi Karada ( See ) 

«Q 6QQI— G9- f— t I WGQ §0*91; 919 S*g|Q9!— 
Kara debit 1. To touch; to touch with theiands. 

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J> I GQfa§ QI£H a I at* 99 9919 9^91 — 
2. To give one's word to do a thing. 

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Karadhani q.. Qtl + SOaiqi )— StfllGQ @$9I 
*pft 9 1 Eli SI 91 ai§gq %©|— A string of cotton 

*ki*inV or metal worn round the waist. 

Kara dhariba ■ qq$\. ^ g^ _To marry. 

$QUS>— G9. q— 9$^ ( G9S ) 

Karadhuni Karadhani ( See ) 

9Q9i— GQ. §. ( -* ©Q«<fo. Q|QflQ. gI . Q Q q 9 ) _ 

<■ l <9 g9iq <a$i G9IQ eia— 

1. A kind of plum tree with 
sour plums; Carissa 
Carandas ( Haines ). 

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*I<B» filOl (§ G^IQ; GQ€Q§I QOI — 
2. Oaresa Intermis (a very stout woody 

climber; Haines). 
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QQ^Ift— gi69. ( e^ijfl d €199IQ ) 9— 

Karandali G9Sf I 6 1©Q 9Gi ^g^G-SI^ — 
Amoora Spectabilis tree ( Haines ) 

Karanyasa l I ( pql ©q ) ©g ^qqi gjp^ 0Wq 

9Q9I 9^ TO EIIO QQ SflGJOQ Q9GQ 

^etgQQatSl— LA ritual used«during 

worship in which different portions of a 

formula are imagined to be laid on 

different fingers of the hand. 

> \ (£<|1 ©9;G9?^l9 9|GQ ^iiq- 9gl£fe|— 

2. The laying of the hands on some 

object. 
9Q9Q0— GQ. Q. (ST. QQ.%%)— WQ Qq— 
Karapaitha The pressure of one's palm. 

9QQQO— €Q. Q— ^ I 9QQQO (.G921 ) 

Karapaithi 1. Karapaitha ( See) 

9QQQ0 CG^I^l 9S19GQ GOQ I 

^ I W%L%> GRf)Q ^jqq Q|€i ; 91® ajg.Q— 

2. The back of the palm. 
GQaS— Q. Qti. ( 9^9lg^ QQ SiGt E3S S1IQIQ )— 
Karapaksha Gd^* SJI9Q 91Q as ^ 9^9f Q $4 

(aea-Qi^p.Coaai )— 

Hand-winged; Oheiropterous 

( animals ) 
Sf. 9— *. I 91^)^1. Bat; the Cheiroptera. 
J I G09Sf 9G©Q^2. The house-bat. 
9QG*— fll.-(QOq) 9. ('«■. 90% )— ^ I 9%«ig— 
Karapata LA piece of cloth. 


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-* I 89 «^i — 2. Bags. 
* I QQl^9 — 3. A strip of cloth covering only 
the private parts of the body. 

gi.. (QQQ) $. Q£l — Q9 91S1CQ — 
Sideways; sidewise. 

*QQof — gi. §— was ( w«i ) 

Karapati Karapaja ( See ) 

-OQ9f 2D— 91. (Q9Q) §a— gB4gq ®QgQ; ^90f^ — 
Karapatia Situate or placed on one side. 

^QQOQ— gi. (£Wi)9 v C*. ®S®§)-t 
Karapatara ©$3$ ( GQS ) 

Karapatra ( See ) 

Qaiffia. agio i 

Karapalifav^l^p^ 9S ^| <§ ap 3Q qqqi ) 
""^fel. Saw. 
-M ( a$> esQlQqa eq siQ?pi qq )— 

GfliagQI «^SQ— 2. The open palm of 
- a the hand. 

3. Gambol^^-wBter(M. W.); swimming. 

The two palms joined together by wav of 

respect. 

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■''■:-■ 9i*l« S^©€(Q«icitei i 

- G9.Q61—QSJQI 9«0Gq^p 91©^ ©31^91 (9i§)- 
"With the tw^ paim^s joined together in 

respect or fear. 
•0Q9* €dlf)Q|-G9. $— * I SQ9»"©ai9 Ctt*|Q 
, Karapatra jorgiba Wl - 1 . To make obeisance 

by joining the two palms. 

2. To pray by joining the two palms. 

eQflff sal© 9ffl q 9 ,^Q| Q | QflQ g-| ^q j 

( SW«lia* ) QCjGQ 91 g^lQGQ <3>Q 9Q9»q|_ 

3. To fold both palms in a posture of i 
supplication in fear or in awe. 


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. 4. (figurative) To be in a position of slavish 
obedience or supplication (indicating 

fear or servility ). 

Karapallaba $q )_ ^ , m ng ^ q^g^ g $|q 

9QQ QJ9GR Q^ 3$ 93Q G9IQflP»l QQTO- 
1. The palm extended plainly with all 
the five fingers adhering to each other. 

s 1 ootot a§ eaiqqg, qq\qq <§ q^q 

QQ©& — 2. Reddish and soft palms 
(compared to new red and tender leaves). 

3. Finger of the hand. 

G9. §— OTQia 39l3q^ 9I5HKIGQ Qa&>| 

A thin nosegay in the shape of a circular 
leaf put on the arms of the idol Jagan- 

nafcha at' Puri. 

©aaftQh-e. q. (waw+^)— soep^iq oiq ; sneroQ 

Xarapallabi qqqq gGQQ^I^j Q^eiq ^SQ flQ|«- 

q«P9 «9§Q qefflsp eflW£9IQ q]Q # ( §. 

€(Q?1IQQ)-Exchange of thoughts between 

two persons by various signs made by 

the fingers; manual signs. 

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Karap3tra aijflij© q?QQQ i ^g^qj; a^l— 

Hands joined and formed into a cup to 
hold things or water; the hollow made 

by folded hands. 

ST- W. qv( 959IU )— €9Q* 9^ 9geL% 391 

(©Qoipi— 5il) sjoh c^jQftaip gig'j af«?fai9 — 

(a person) Having no other utensil 

than hi& folded palms to hold eatables 

or drinking water. 


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Karapala ^ | <g©. e|6j|— 1. Sword. 

■> I 9§pa<sjj^ 9I©QI€> — 2. A walking stick. 

* I 9I©Q Q<2t — 3. Finger-nails of the hand. 
QQQIQQ! — tf. 0. ( ©Qaiffll + qiGa © +• 3J. SO ) — 

Karapalika QQaiol ( €Q« ) 

Karapali ( See ) 

, Karapali 1. A scimitar; a small sword. 

-> I G&q ; £Q— 2. Dagger. 

* I 90, WI©IQ ^ ^QQ— 3. Mace; mallet. 
OQQI9O— ST. 9. ( 9$ ©©; ©Q + alW ) — 

Earapirdana \ | <£Q Qm^Q eiQSQ ©QSK&> — 

1. The pressing together of two 

people's hands; shaking hands. 

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2. Marriage ceremony. 
Q€)0l@l— tf. Q. ( ?<|1 Wj 9Q + dl9l )— 

Karapircia <l | siQQg ^93 GWI GSiq flfi>|«IM3ra 

8I0$© QSjj — 1. The difficulty felt by the 

• subjects or tenants owing to 

excessive taxation. 
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2. Excessive taxation of the subjects. 

©Qq.*— 3. $■ ( ^Q + g.t— Sip )— ©QQItf ( 693 ) 
, Karapu^a • Karapatra ( See ) 

©QSQ— £f. ^. q_°. ( QQ + 3 + QI ai^+Q$. ® )— 
Karaprada QQQI0QK3 — -Paying tribute or 

(©SJSQI — ^1 ) revenue or tax; rent-paying. 

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Karabari Karabi ( See ) 

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Karabala #giflQ«y QIQ Qjsqo G£)§* §IOGQ 9© 6 

««M 33l$lg GQ!Q$[GQ — 1. The place where 

^STSJT All's son and Mahammad's grandson 

Hussain'was killed and buried. 

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GQQ 9^GQ Q9|gj $| Qto ©QS) — 

2. The last day of Maharram when the 

Tajia is thrown into the water. 

9QQ9— GQ. m. (?ql 90;©Q + 9€I)— OQgO ; «*qqQ- 

Karabasa Placed in the hand* 

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QQQ^I- G9G^- Q (a.)— ©Q9Q ( GM )~ 

Karaballa Karabala" ( See ) 

QQQ1— 69. ( e. ©W )— Wl 3H9iq© QGQ^: ; 9^l 
Karaba 2fl<^ — A wild edible root; wild yam; 

i$fi>far!^ Dioscora Pentaphylla (Haines). 

9QQIG1SQ — 91. ( Q©Q ) 3. 93— 8l*U?G>!j 2IG^Q9l 
Karabagare f]9l£Q — Sidewise; flankwise. 

QQQ16G1 — gi. (QOQ) ^. Q^l — 9Q9IQGQ ( G^^i ) — 
Karabage KarabagarS (See) 

9QQI@— CT- 9 ( S. ©^ )— Q® gig ©Otn ^Q g|q. 

Karabarda qqi — Small village attached to or 

contiguous to a larger village. 

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g. ( QQQ wg© ) 9.—^ 1 <oti4gq 2JQ§ — 

1. Position of being situate on one side. 
? I (?T. QQ91JS)— <319 — 2. Sword. 

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©Q©i9a — gi. (q©q) w — <■ i <©ajq^i— 

Karabardia 1. Situate on one side. 

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2. Isolated from all others. 

* I 9IQGQ O©^^ £I?1IS>©^© — 

3. Excommunicated; ostracised. 
G<?. Q^l— 9QQI9Q SIWIQl (gl^fil)— 

(a Brahman) Inhabiting a Karabarda. 

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Karabala s„ | 9Qa|^. <2j©. fligi — 1. Sword. 

^ 1 9I©Q 9<3|— 2. Finger-nails of the hand. 
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Karabala Karabala ( See) 

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Karabajika <G9«)— Karapalika ( See) 

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Karaball Karapali ( See ) 

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Karaballa Karabala ( See ) 

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Karabi 9ilG9)— 99i 6 Q9HI90I© 1ft 6 Q§Q 
^3> ^iff £££— White or pink sweet- 

(*%?T, 35t5J) ^jsft, 5$T scented Oleander; Nerium 
*w<?i %^TT n , *Ml< Odorum; Apocynacse, 

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Karabiache * (!) Am doing ^ 

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Karabira 21 )— v | -9^ (393 )— 1 KarabI (See) 

QQ9 ocfiia s&? ©», ktq esirai© cosi aseaoT— 

J I 39— 2. Sword. 

a 

* I QWGaSi— 3. Name of a mythological 

serpent. 
** 1 GQSNQG£f<3 — 4. Name of a demon. 

[5— -c giq qggsj &g^i gwiw gq 6 qaogq^iq 

9© G9l£i^Q I] 

* I €[€l|9 — 5. Cremataon ground. 
#> I G9S9G€I«— 6. Name efa Gemntry. 


<? 

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7. Name of a place of pilgrimage. 
9Q<3iq— ^. €> ( 9QTCl+%1. q )— <. 1 ^q. G9W|0|_ 
Karabiri 1. A name of Aditi, the mother 

of the Gods a 

2. A good cow; a meek co*r. 
* I OQgjpi ^1 — 3. A woman having one 

son on]y. 
v I 4S>99 %fr—±' Mother of male children 

only, 

9Gi9— $. 9. gf— ^ 1 ( 9 ai% + e«a ^ ^j -9 q + 

Karabha q ^+q|, a. )— q^oi^ 99^10(9 

flQ ads^ 9gQ 9gq«— 1- The part of 

the hand between the wrist and the end 

of the little finger; metacarpus. 

-M ( 9 at% QgT| G9Ql+9^. wsi )— &3$g,1j 
Q\Q%n — 2. The young of an elephant. 

* I QJ9I9Q— 3. The young of a camel, 
v J gj<a — 4. Camel. 

* I 21^9Q — -5. Mule. 

9 I QIGI^— 6- The 'trunk of an elephant.. 

( M. W. ) 
9Q<5— e- 0. %1 ( ^QQ+^I. q_ ) - K I fl!Q 9l^2fl— . 
Karabhi l. # The female young of an elephant. 

> I %$( 4^%Sfl — 2, Young female camel. 

* I 9I§ 6t — B, A she-camel. 

«T- Q. g? (9Q9«q^+«lfi a^GQ Q% ^fl| IQ)» 
9a] — Elephant. . . 

9Q%— ^ Q- ( 9Q -f^ ^SL+9(g. 9^0. J319I 910^ 
Karabhu ©GQ) — Q*3 — Finger-nail (of the hand.) 

9Q%3«— 3. 9. ( P^1 S»®> 99 + ^)— 9QT% 9Q% 
Karathushana ^IQ^^^B^celet; wristlet. 

99€Q^— *. -W. %1— (%*« 9^9, 909 +«^) — 
Karabhoru 9IS)?^Q ^ QO R%98^|l (^1) — 

( woman ) With well developed and 
comely thighs like the trurik of a young 

elephant. 


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9Qa— gidn x aos) q. (g. ©&— «* 1 ©fl. qi9h— 

Karama 1, Work; action. 

^l ^ 1 ^M^ 3I&U3 SK53IO— 

3R?tRr 2. Eituals; prescribed ceremonials. 

sroa 9qa -aiQ ea bquisci i oioiqa. sjg^qqa 1 
* I 99I&J §|Ch — 3. Luck; fortune. 

OQflaQSI &QGG&9* €069 $G:fl*'§ SIS 9*3 I eoqo* 9CrlO. 

^qpo*! gq. 9.—(e. ^dQer)— BiwiqQuqg «$i go 

Karamanga 6 CIS — Gooseberry; Oarambola ; 

tf. aSHlQ — Chinese gooseberry (tree and fruit); 

aiqro, 399^, Averrhoa Carambola. 

■ Qfa&, Sq», qfiOQ [ 3 — <9I Q9il© 6 9Q»I© 

^tw^, ^N<*, aico i OlQWQlq QQflCrl GQSil 

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Q$9I6Q %9!Q QQ§ QKI SlETi $« I G99s- 

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6©. QQWI, ©IflQOQI^I, CSIG&QISJI I 

«Qfi3a— 69. m.— 9Qsicfi a-aao. 9q9S<j 6 q^— 

Karamangia Having ridges like the Carambola 

fruit. 

(sieii— SG^sra v? i ) 
4»qci8— g. §. (ftsiaoccaali QQ+qfit) — 9Q§© qgf ^! 
Karamani Q§>- A gem got in one's hands; a 
gem which is in one's possession. 

Vedic rituals. 
OQqgttf— G<^. M. *q?.— €llG^lg ^qi9lf|CQ SIQ^— 
Karamanian WeH versed in the prescribed|rituals. 

The performer or officiating priest at 
the rituals in a religious ceremony. 

Karamandaja 9GGfia«l|CIQQ QQ909$1 $$«— 

upakaja The Coromandel coast of India, 


[q— a?a 9i «oqq q^Q qa^jo^ chqqiq 

Q3QQ Q9S) I ] 
OQTO«l— SI. Q. (e. Q§ 6 Q€ll)— ^CtH— 

Karamadasa Bad luck; misfortune. 

Karamardda si) — ^ | qq^ qq <§ ^q — 

1. The Pongamia Glabra tree and its fruit, 

J I QQ^iq W^Q— 2. Hand-shaking; the 

pressing of hands; the shaking of 

hands. 
* I QQQI6W 6 38 — 
3, Carissa Carandas (berry and tree)(M.W.) 

Karamarddaka 1. Karanda (See) 

j l aa'fti (GQfl) (§. €QC1|giq) 

2.Aanla (See) 

Karamarddana f^OTQ SQ|^ 9gq(? f Q — 

Pressing or shaking of hands by two 

friends meeting together 

9Qfl1— SIN. (sqfliq) ©.— aQia^fliwr fl&JGQ go©s» 

Karama qi$ 6 QlplQGa'S — A dancing festival 

amongst non-Aryans. 
G9- Q— QOfll (•) (G9«i)— Kardama (3) (See) 

©QfllSf— fill. 9— QW& ( TO. Q ) ( G9«l )— 
Karamani . Karmani (See) 

Qtil — QQflarf ( GQfll )— 

•Karamani an (See) 

gQfli8rf— gi. w— QWftm ( got )— * 

KaramaniaS KaramaniaS (See 

9Qfli»i— e. 9 (9Q4-qi»ii wa^GQal)— ^ I ©awiai— 

Karama la 1. String of beads; rosary. 

> I ( ^iQi^_Ga 9^92© ©Q ) ©asehia^ao 

©qcr^Q 39 — 2. The finger-joints doing 

duties for a rosary during the chanting 

of mystic formulae. 

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. 0Qflpa«p, oe^iQqo, flai^ag, aGQ sjqi^qiq 

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^t 9tel — Wages paid to a labourer for 

TO^T preparing ornament, utensil, cloth etc. 

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Karamba cw, a|§=:aQ qqqi- G gQ3 SQ9l+9<§. 

S) — -??flS1- — The mixing together of 

^ things. 

ST. 93 — §$Q — Mixed. 

*«$©— 3, §3 ( QQPt,+s?v&iea Q«> )— ^ 1 800; 

Karambita ogp — 1. Gathered together; 

mixed together. 

* Q<?a G$iQ«Q Gaiea fig; 

- # 9%QS« »i« « COGQ ©IO— <3is?gs. QgQe^lQ I 

^ I ^-3— 2. Intermingled; blended* 

3. Inlaid; (gems) set over gold. 

Earambha q§. z )— Q^© a^ QgGGilQai 
S^j— Corn-flour mixed with churned 

curd. 
^Q39— e. 9 ( QQq + 9ICa. Q )— QQq ( G9« )— , 
Karambhaka Karambha ( See ) 

•QQGsai©— GQ. 9. ( S. QQ+qp ii|^ )— aaiQ9l© 3 
Karajo rcja qgQQ— Folded hands; folded palms. 

^Q 60I@QI— GQ. 8 ( 3.<?Q + q9 aift )— ^ I Q g 3!Q 
Kara jorciiba q$q| — 1. To bow down; to salute. 

■> I SjQ 91© 90© QQ9t— 
2. To fold both the hands. 
«QQ— tf. Q— 3r ( G93 ) < 9GQ$f . 39**M ) — 

Karara Gila ( See) 

"^Q$8>— $. © ( QQQQ 9% QQ-hqff aiQ.*" ©qfoi + 
Kararuha q<|. a) — *. I wH-. Finger-nail;claw. 
> I asr^p— 2. Finger. 

* I $Q9lft — 3. Sword. 


9Q«— sigq ( eq?^i ) q ( §p. 5, qqqq )_ 

Karala QQq (GQ<a)— Kalara ( See ) 

Karasakha Finger. 

Karasikara algq )— 9101^% QI9IWI 00— 
The particles of water sprinkled by 
the elephant through its trunk. 
QQ«d— gifl«i. ( Q9m ) Q. ( *. Q<skl )— 
Karasha^a Qggi { gqg ) 

Karshana ( See ) 

©Goisl aiai« niQ5«i 

Karashana Celastrus Paniculata ( tree ) 

QQQSgQ— GQ. Q—Q€Sf2S ( GQ«I ) 

Karashania Karshania ( See ) 

QQQ— GQ. $. ( «r. ©g )— G99 <?| <© G©M 6©ff— 

Karashi One and half or one tola weight. 

[ 9— v qq§=v aa i 9 qi v gs>m = «. a© 1 ] 

QQQQI— GQ. (0Qi) §. (e. Q^l)— ^ | g§q»|. %|g^>|— 
Karashiba 1. To draw tightly; to pull. 

*<15!T ^i^ «GQ *qq aQ£i cfl'Q wig 1 qaK? l8 |. c^^^iq i 
> I OSQI 5 q® QQQI— 2. To plough. 

«eg eg 01 q ^w;so 

OQ9— GQ. (giOlO 9lg©1) §.-{Qeq) ©Q (2IQjG9iyQ)- 
Karasi (you) Do ( Imperative mood), 

OQQ^I— GQ. 9- (e. W+^j— 1 I QGjaa ( CQ«I ) 

Karasuta 1. Karadhani ( See ) 

^t J I 9919 IQ ^ICTQ© QlifiGQ QQGQ 99IGWI 

*^^ qpii flflhtfje— 2. The thread tied in 

the hands on ceremonial occasions. 

9Qi9»-e. 9. (?<S1©%9Q + Hdk)— to hG q gjQg^ 

Karasparsana qq^iq *^> G0Q^<l9Off; 9l^miCQ 

QfiF 91 <39 g^l^Q 9<^ ( <1^GQ G9Q^ 

«0^ Q€i GCIlS^a&BflQ 9IQt ^1Q gig 

6s&IQ9i^§<] I— g. WTOQ ) — 
A kind of athletic pose in the shape 

of a cock. 


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Karahata «| ; ©HI ©9=9$-!-©* ai^_=*Sig SIQ9I + 

a»©«i. a ) — <. 1 a© A g^OQ « — 

1. The root of lotus 
J> i TO© Q9 (g©#)~2. Madana (tree) (See) 

* 1 g©€I©g3<3 ( a©iq<j q©M9 a$d© ) — , 

3* A country in Western India. 

v I 9091% G©€l1^ ©l§<3— 

4. A Brahmana living - in Karahata country. 

Kara (3. ^ ai§) QQQ|— .Doing. 

SJIC©. ©.— * I ( 0«lfl )-GQI©QI ( G©«) 
1. KoohilS (See) 

^ I ( WWS ) (?• 9Q9l) ©9©l : ; SjaiaaQ— 
2. Hail stone. 

* I (e«^i^efl < MqaswftQaQirfH©i99Gaq-- 

3. A class of aborigines in Midnapur. 

v 1 (C19&1Q1 q$$® ( g©<3 ) - 

4. Karakhia ( See ) 
.. G©.©- ^CfOI SS^IGl)— ©Q9|— Doing. 

qqq—gq. ©. ( e. ©si©; at. ©919 )— 

Karai ai$€>3© ai©9I$j ©GQQ— 

■^fft Frying pan. 

3vSTfi£ £HG©. (©IGfM©) ©- CQI9G3Q ( G©<3 ) 

# Kordamei ( See ) 

qqqqi — g©. « ■ ( sr. % ai% 8©9- ^ift ai^)— 

Karaiba QQ9I §SR H9<$ %a — 

•$4t*t The causative form of Kariba. 

©Q©Q 6$©1— G9- £— BGffiltfPi efilQO ©Q©l — 
KarSkari heba To mutually perform. 

©q«tQ— €9. ©-©$<¥» ( €©«t ) 

Karakhai - Karakhia ( See ) 

«Q$a— flIGQ. ( 39©|© ) ©— G©I.©Q«1Q ( G©$ ) 

J£arakhia Kochilakhai ( See ) 

9Q0I©— *. £>■ (*^l ©©j ©Q+aqi©)— ©q^iq oito- 

KarSghata Blow or slap with the hand. 

©qqI— GQ. 9. (qw)— qo©Q site Qa<^pQ gaio ©qq 

Karachi 6 ©€1Q— ^Name of a city and a harbour 

in West India. 


[ Q— C9I 8s?,0©Q Q^Q MGQ SI93 9 I ] 

9q^— e§w. q. ( 0°. ©iq% ; 20. ©Iq©^ )— 

Karat ^ 1 Q£} q9l^«IQ*8«i| ^91 gect» ^Qfti QQQh 

1. A standard of purity of gold. 

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9SHGQ G9G© 9Q?lltflGQ a©i ai^^Saw 01^ o©S- 
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saai— SIOQ ©q* sjLQiQ S(a c GE3^* 39IGQ 2IOQ qg 
Q^l ^91 6 aa ^q «g>h ai^_ Q$R 9% I ] 

2. A standard of weight for precious 

stones; carat. 

■[g-<. ©q^=*iGgQ i] 
og*— e©. ©. (e. ©Q§)— 

Karata ^ | ai^gjqQ gj^ eg.t© ©I §>©l— • 

1. A small closed metal box to keep tiny 
things in (generally tied in the waist- 
cloth by females of Orissa.) 
[3— $1fl!GQ <1QLCQ Gflt GSt Q$S Q| QQg|; 
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* I %^— 2. Tub. 

• I ©lOQ^l ( G©«1 ) 

3. KSthachampa ( See ) 

©qf — G©- ©. ( ©fiJa a© )— G€iiq©i© ©^ ©1 aigo-. 

Karati q«| G9IQ 9« ^1® G9q QGQ q|f gjg ^Q 
O'l^S^©!© gg»ai qq ei©G© ©2u9qj %^i 

A narrow leaf of gold or silver put inside 
the halves of anklets 

©q§a) q»— gq. ©— gqF^i^ a©ia r ©§910 ©qtc© " 

Karatia gandha Q§^GR ©g*^, 9I9IR9I Q^Stefl €1^< 
OQ Q« — A bad smell due to a thing 
being long kept in a closed pot. 
©Q9— €©♦ ©— ©Qi qg©GOT-- 

Karax^a A kind of wild tree. 

©q§— G©. ©— 1 1 g$©© <q fli^— 

Karandi , 1. One volume of a book- 


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9q€f 2D^ — S1€Q- ( €1"@»I0 ) 9 — 9<?Q3£| 9flF9 
Karandi alu 3G93GG} GOTI «il9«i9©QG3§ — 

Dioscora Belophylla. 

999— G9. 9. ( ^n S9j $©. 9"- 9q© ) — 99©— 
J£arata , G-oldsmith's saw. 

OQflCJ— GQG9. 9> ( «0. 9qqQ=«)9 9siaiQ )— 
Karamat ^ I G-sfffln — 1. Valiance. 

3?<THd 2. Power; might. 

* I «§ S9IS— 

3. Exhibition of one's power. 

v I «QQ AMI fl9€fo — 

4. Exhibition of extraordinary power. 
99flQ Gift 9QQI- ,G9-^— «DEKJ!9' OTiai9« 3§ ©9- 

Karafciat jari kariba;. ^I^JQ^IGQ g9l€! 9^91 — 
^"Hl^ ^tf|3 <fc*Tl To publish one's valiance 

*<TMd STli?^ ^Ft-H or wonderful power. 

9Qfl© ©I^Q 9991— G9.. © — 9qfl9 0IQ 9S19I (G93) 
Karamat jahir kariba v Karamat jari kariba 

'.■'■'- ■'-"■ (See) 

9qG€>— GQG9. Q. (Sfi)— Oq» ( G93 ) 
Karamati Karamat ( See ) 

9qa©go— G9. o— 1 1 $9ai9l ; aqsdl— 

Karamatia 1. Strong;, valiant; invincible. 

j \ a^» swi^sww - 

2. Exhibiting exferaordinar y powers. 
9QQ-~G9G9. 9. 0», 99Q — «#|Q19)-- 

Karar V I ^flQIQ — 1. Agfeemeni; admission. 

spTJ'C 2. Promise; engagement. 

* I 941 8«9-*- 

3. Promised time-limit. 
•w I 9^§ — 4. Contract. 

* 1 aai — 5. Hope. 

oqs sg ^ 6991 9qa$ q s>icq i 9©qa,. qcrlo i 

999 9Q9I— G9. $—1 I «l919 9Q9I— 

Karar kariba 1. To acknowledge; to agree; 

^Jt3 ^1 to admit. 

*t!T q&i -> I ©jj 9§9I — 2. To contract. 


93®9lfl[— GQG9. Q — (eri. 9q@fftqi9j— ^ I afifl9l9- 
Kararnama ap — 1. Deed of agreement; 

^tronirT 2. Deed of contract. 

©aQOO— 69. w. (a. 99Q+*.99)— gQGifliq 2099- 

Kararband Bound by a promise or contract. 

9Q®9$ — €9. Q«n- («B. 9q§ 6 e. 99 QWjfi G9. 

Kararbanta «B9I9)— GS SGflQIQ a|»Q 9£Q— 

One who sticks to his promise. 

QQQflaiO — GQG9. 9. ( QOQSfl ) (so. 99®+a«}9)— 
Kararmiad ^ | q a %q-| aQQ ai y qqqj e g G ^ 

<Mlnw5tif G^9I@ S)fl^9GQ G9Q Siqq aiOT 9Q 

^tltftr^T^ GfilS G9Q 2Ji<3 — 1. The time-limit 

fixed in a bond by which the debtor 

promises to pay off the debt. 

> I Q§9 ^GQ Wf qfl^Q sQfli — 

2. The time-limit for the performance 

of a contract. 
99<g— €9. 9- («. 9q$)— 119IQ — 

Karari Acknowledgement, 

^tft G?G9. q«I. («l; — qlQIQ 9q ^IQg9! — 
^OO 1. Admitted; promised. 

J I tf9l9 9Q?[9t — 2. Admitting; acknow- 
ledging; making a confession. 
9QQ 8131 fll— G9G9- (QQQ®) 9. («B- 9q^ + siig|ql)-— 
Karari asami S191^©GQ 9191 9l Saqy qtelQ Q^9i 
^Ttft ^t>itfi q^q— A confessing accused or 

SKnd ^H^mt defendant. 

99QJ 95? I Q— G9G9. (®) 9.— 9q<39 SO^Ifll (G9«!) 

Karari mudala Karari asami (See) 

QQGQt— ?T. 9. (9Q=9g + ?>D + q% ^l%=qi^aiQ9l + 
Kararota Q(g. a ) — acp^iq. q^— 

. Finger-ring. 

99^— G9G9. S1G9. ( &V%L9 ) 9. (^fl. 9^®)— 
Karal ggg ( OT ^) 

Karar (See) 

Karaja «) — t. | QQ9<?a1q q^l^GCig— 

1. Kame of a king of the family of Janaka. 
J I q9*3Q 3^99 q^g^G^l^— 

2. ITame of a demon attendant of Eabana. 


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9I91Q9I GQS*;- QS>0 QOQ— 4. A strong 

scented oil extracted from the 

Saltree. 

* I Qftl^fiKfl— 5. The black Holy Basil;' 

Ocymunm Sanctum. 

9 1 QQETfifc— *6. Jasminum Pubescens; a kind 

of white scentless flower. 

(9211—03*1 giq CIS®? 1) 

9\ §31. — *. I Q£}IQQ : — 1. Dreadful; terrible; 

(©q»l, Qqol— tf) formidable. 

J I S© QQ — 2. Very high. 

* I 39 9© — 3. Very big; prominent. 
v 1 39© — 4. Great. 

* I QgQj QlSjq— 5. Having large pro- 

jecting teeth- 
9 I 9*fl9 — 6. Extensive, 

€9. Q-— ^ 1 aaQ9i qio « Gai§>9i aicf ^iigq 

©«l OQQWJ SiOl — 1. A kind of gum. to 
mend broken glass or stone. 

2. Cbaltar; tar; pitch. 

gi. G9GQ. 9. (a. «q§.)— «q@i acrleiQ; qteiQ- 

# Acknowledgement; admission. 

QQ® 0€|QI— 91. G"5GQ. 5".— (80. $q$)— ^ I «d"l9IQ 

Xarala kariba" G»§9I — 1- To' promise. 

J I SJtelQ «191— 

2. To agree; to acknowledge. 

* I SWJj SflqGQ GQfa§ Ql&i QQ9I ©3G$ 

SQ^ $6£9I — 3. To promise to perform 

an act by a certain time. 

GQfcQlfll— q\. G9G<? rf Q.— sqQGWI <G93) 

Karalanama. Eararnama (See) 

Karalabadana q<a$lf% — Hideous; terrific; 
faqWWI— %1) frightful. 

Karalabadana Feminine of karalabadana. 

Name of the Goddess Kali* 


QQOl — e. ©. q,1. ( oqo+«fl. a )— 

Karala ^ | coq§, RQ } qgaiQQI— 1, A kind of 
tenacious herbarious creeper;Hsmidesmus 

Indicus. 

■> I ©§!; 91^)1— 

2. Name of the Goddess Chandl or Kali. 

9Q&— aiw. ( ^«qa ) 9— Q%sil— 

KarS Ii Louse. 

Karali 91 991^ ^\^\ Qcf— The operation of 
separating the paddy grain from the 
straw during the treading of the 

sheaves. 

Kar all Kara la ( See ) 

«Q€§l*— «. 9. ( ocqi w j 9Q+«flG^l% )— (q^qiGo) 

Karasphota Q191CQ 91 fi?QGQ 910919 fft$> 91991— 
Patting on the arms and thighs with 
the palms, preparatory to an athletic 

performance. 
«qS&feff-e. 9. ( *qi TO Q3 + wefftO )— 
KarSsphotana ^qeftl* ( G<?fl ) 

Karasphota ( See ) 

9©— 69. 8- ( S. ^ai^. gft9i §^iq aqggoi^g )— 

Kari ^ 1 qq{^ aSfllftolgqi ^GCf 'q?Q ? €JS? qg 

^^ €9CQ-€Q8 ^IQ ^l^!9l§9©l ^|<i — 

W; *T% 1. While doing ( an act ). 

(.aen— 1 9§ Q$€RG<Cl ) 

96L 91 9|Q — 2 After finishing an act. 

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-> I (©)£IQj (€%*) S^IGQ-- 
2. In (what) manner. 

S)GH QQ 99 GWQjSQC? ft 9Q 1 qIoi^q. fl^W 1 

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*.(gen— sgq ^ad^giwa a^aro qq siq§ i) 

■ , . v I gig— 4. "With. 

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aostf (^S&' ? gf»lieQ— - 

5. In nuniber; (so many) at a time. 

«« Q*g »q <?§§ $®£§ «(Q i QlouiQ. ^st^qfltfi I 
9 1 WIhTj 9IQGQ — 6. At the rate of. 

(mi— ag© S€««%araq^€i Mrt : rai«>wrfte» I) 

GQGQ. $>. (Q°. Q§<3)— ^ I ©a^— 1. Curry, 
^tfl > I fll*M ©Q$i<3 — 2. Gurry of meat. 

! — G<?. 9—^ I G&S €llqj|— 1. Small napkin. 
Karia > | SJQ .eat -fijCllj Q®?> «• OT 64q- 6 09 

2. Very small and thin piece of cloth. 

SIOT. ( ^Sfiia ) Q. ( S. aonf ^[— .^p. Si. 
gs$Qis )— ©d«l i €iae| — Oath. 


QQ20ee^-G9. 3.— ( ago Q{j$i aqoqr") ; o^ia8 , l 
Kari ase Is known (to so and so). 

Ml a@ I ) 
si€^. (ciaifl) S— (aqp orai) $etf>i ^qq — 

Ought to do (such an act) 

( 32il— S>IGQ <l©ai 9>Sl SUG?l - GS <Q£J| 0^9I 
Q©0 I ) 

0Q9Q— ff. 9. ( ^1 9% ©Si^+SQ )_9i^q^_ 

Karikara Elephant's trunk. 

OQ^JJ— Q. 0. ( ^>ql 0% «tf? + <j3 ) -9IW oaiQ 

Karikumbha qqgQ ^Qai^CQ H^l fllOSO Q© 9^» 

SII ?l9g — The frontal globes on both sides 

of the brow of an elephant. 

Q€jae— $. m. i° 6 ^-(sja^ 9?slgioaff+fii©)— 

Karigati 9IS1 a^ illGQ ^Gq qfi$Q\ -Walking 
majestically and slowly like the elephant. 

9€J9 — «. Q. q,°. (0€l©+OQai^o(|[. a)— ^ISlgai — 
Karija The young of an elephant. 

(QQQ\— Si) 

Q€)ff|Q— U. 9. ( 9^^; 9Q0+pl% Q\<3l 319101^ 
Karitrasa Qfl ai<3 ) — §°9-— Lion. 

Karidan<Ja Elephant's trunk. 

C9QCQ ^otfjrqi^QQQiS I ^j^9. 39'QQO. oqa i 
0€JQ^— e.'9. ( 5>l1 ©% ©a^H-^)— 9IOQI9— 
Karidanta Tusk of an elepnant; ivory. 

OQa-g 1 . ^qf.— (qqq+ en ai%_=aiQ^' q^i+q^ 

Karipa a) — QglaiTO; Qgja^j $\%fy— The keeper 

of an elephant; the mahoot. 

®QQ$— e. 9- ( ©a© + W; ai9r?iq ^ Wifllfl)— 

Karibandha 9§^<^^ gf^ sflqg — The post to 

whicja an elephant is tied. 

0QQQ— g- Q.~ ( 5>5il ©oj 0QO-I-9Q )— 9g,lGH^> 
Karibara €£§>^l 91S1 —An excellent elephant. 

Ql. 9. (3 1 . ©QflQ)— QQ« (OT«) 

Karabi iSee) 
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QQ9I — 1- To do a work; to be engaged 

in an act. 

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2. Te make; to build; to create; to 

manufacture. 

(sen — qqq® <jew»i. aw qqqi i ) 

* i S9G9 ( $8«. SJffQ; TO3MQ ) G9WQ9I 

91 qQQClIM 9Q9I — 3, To entertain 
some feeling in tbe mind (e. g. pleasure 

grief) to feel. 

v i ( Gqci 5 qai; ©<3l sd«? ) — 

4, To be felt; to affect ( a person ). 
oq% a<^o 9i§ «• §^e I sc^jfi. ««iQl©^ « Q lo i 

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5. To think as; to treat as, 

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• :? I W9li («H9m19) Ago 9€19I— 

6. To cook; to prepare: 

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7. To resolve on; to determine to do. 

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r i G9ta§ qgqsh aicf ( gai — ei€2jiaida 

W$ ) ( ilQIQQ^L) S3I?)I Q€19I — 

8. To start for some place on a particular 

mission. 

( aai— - ad" ©ftpi; §G9a s>q9I i j 

ftiftg^ea sgqg ^q^aei €qgq s>wa i 

« 1 QGQOT §§ S>SG$ G9?£l§ G9W 2IGC1 as»i 
91 |Q 0|O 9€l9li 0919 a<J$|© 9€l9t— 

9. To perform some ceremonial rites. 
9cq gcu e$1 9?q i q$. Gga^aioy i 

<MG9fa§ 9i§ 91 9g%G«»Q $3% 3l9€Q 
QQgO 9^Q9I 91 39SIQ9! — 10. To 


carry a person to a certain limit or 

distance. 
(aeiH— «flQ QQ.QQ GOQ <£i O^GQ ©Q§f I) 

tV I «IA 2BGQ4I 91 QaGQQ £IM|£p QI&- 
qqqI — 11. To act according to some 

order or advice. 

qg ci?Q 90ff «eci ; oiq 9591 picTsq qg« i 

V i (G«f«l§ Q# 3I^Q aiQ G9f^I§ 9m§^) ©qg-. 

©€J9i— 
12. To engage some person' for some work.. 

Q&% qo, sae@ qcq, ae«i £i^Gfl ff>fl $GQ i fto^iei. qs^o 1 
^* I 019 ©^^9!; ^qtQQ QQQ1; <3«9IQ QIQ«" 
Q9Q1 — 13. To cause to happen. 

ai^i qi q a? ^oio, tti9icr sqi« QSjara 1 

V* I 9«fe Q9I9 G^9I; 92JI 8f|IQ9l; ^ 
9qq| — 14. To give word; to contraot.. 

( SMI— £ ^?^ GQCaSt WIOW ^IGSt 9 Q©tW 
TO8 I ) 

^* I SIQ9190I9 ©q§ QQ9I— 

15. To engage as a conveyance or carrier. 

93cii^ gd eiiSG^ 1 ) 

Kf I Q^9^ C %GQ 6§7^l9 91«)^ 91 9IQ9R 9© 
91 Q919I9 9^ q^l^P 9€19I — 

16. To bring about the performance of some 

rites or sacred ceremonies in respect of 

a boy or girl. 

( 92it — gs caifidi- qsiq^ 9Qj^ (99) <M,. ©§ flft. 

99I^Q!^OT (WW?) W 9IQQ ffie" ! ) 

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17. To accept a person as; to s t up or 
establish a person as; to adopt. 

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Kr l (qQ) 9Q Qg9l> 9W 90,91 — 

18. To live after setting up ( a house ). 


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J° I QOOI 9Q9I— 20. To compose. 

( aai— cilo 9Q9I; 9§ 9Q9i i ) 

91. (QOQ) $ — 3991S 9Q9I; qflKI 9QQ|— 

To cohabit. 
QffflBt— G9. 9— OflWQ 92 ^Sf — The stern of a 
Karimanga country boat. 

[ g— «fj fl&GQ OSI G9IQ «lla> flGtfq 91 9|Q- 

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Karimarclda ■ 9$. a 5 GS 9glq » Q 9GQ ) — 
$°#— Lion. 

Q933- Q99C&IQ | 

9QqjS»— *- 9> ( *$1 «% 9ftQ + spi }— 
Karimukha «. I 9t$lQ <$ — 

1. The head of an elephant. 
J I C 993I9 ) QQm— 2. God Ganesa, the 
elephant-headed Deity. 
9€}Q— 3. 9. ( ^=9GSa 9€l9l + ^€a. QQQ )— 
Karira t I 9l6£a QSty 9Q$fl — 

1. Bamboo shoots or sprouts. 
> I 94I0CI g»9€0 < 3: 9G4Q G9I9— 
2. Name of a tree; Capparis, Spinosa. 

* I Clfc — 3.1Ln earthen jar. 
9€}Q— 3- 9- 3,1. ( 9ftQ + il."« )— . 

Karira <. I 9IOQI$Q 9Q— 1. The root of an 

elephant's tusk- 

* I G&£ S$Q1 — 
2. A cricket; a small grasshopper. (Apte) 

Q€!Q!~ e- 9. ( 9€»+%1. Q )— QQq ( G9<9 ) 
Karirl Karira" ( See ) 

9€}$&— Q. 9. ( fl1 9% W^+flfl )— 
Karisunda 9€^9Q ( G93 ) 

Karikara ( See ) 
W&nr €Q. 9. ( -*. 9<3 )— 9G$ ( G9<3 ) • 

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Karishi , Karashi ( See ) 

€>QG€I— G9. S. W. ( e. 9^ OQ 9<a Oft )— 
Earishe SHSIQi flip— Slightly. 

„ [ 3— $»QI 9Q, OgaSl a^GQ 9h99IQ— QG»> 
flaw.i QQ^ aiG^ I ] 

G9. 9^» — <9 V^aQflO — 

Of one Karsha in weight. " 

o^SHgi^i— e. w. i° ( 9+9f. qiflioj ^^9 

Karishyamana sia^G^ ) 

(9Qgi9IMI— 1,1) QW^OGQ G9 9QG9— 

Sure to do a certain act in future; who 

will be doing some act. 

Kar * vfli. ^9 )— 

(OWl— *1) <3>g|. 9IQ— Elephant. 

©q§— e. 9. ( 99(1 Q% ^Qg+Q^)— , 
Karindra ^ | 99 91& — 

1. A big elephant. 

sqo Q9 a«£? eo© 9^ ^qq. ^gq «fl» 1 

QQ93IQ w t 

> I 91SI a«iQ GOQI 9IQ — 
2. The leader of a herd of elephants. 
* I 991 tflGI— 3. A tusker.. 

9QQ— s. 9. ( ^ y i^L= 96saa 9^91+efiGa. ^9 ) — 

Karira ^ | $qq ( qqq ) 

^OTI-, 4»^W*rt 1. Karira ( See ) 

qtffc; ^vds ^ 1 <i93^iq 99 ap-go 9«aiQa — 

SL. G9Q 2. The Caper bush; Capparis 

fl- G9^ ; 9^H Aphylla. 

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Kariraka q<§ — Battle; fight { Apte ) 

9qq—3. 9. tf. ( 9<to+«i )— 9Q3 ( G9<h ) 

KarirS Karira ( See ) 

©qq— s. 9. $1. (WQ+«!)"- 9a<a ( G9<a ) 

Kariri Kariri ( See ) 

9Q9—3. 9- ( ^ ai^=»§G9a Wl+Q^. §SO )- 
Karlsha q§Q G61I9Q; Q^ — 

Dry cowdung; cowdung cakes. 

9QS*9<ai — e. q- ( W3°«Q§Q_+9'a ai^+si+si. 

Kar&haiakasba; ©a$ 9©ia $9q^ia9<j^$| Q^ia 
&<J ) — £9; GQITO— 

A strong wind; g»le ( Apte ) 

©QaicT— sr. 9. ( a, a. «q. 9^* g*q ^iqq sjsT )— 
Karishagni <3§5)dl — Pire of cowdung-cakes. 

©%&0—G9. 9— <* i ^9, aiWSj GR919 — 

Kama 1. A small metal plate. 

^1 <9 39 IQ CJ9 — 2. A kind of specially 

contrived house; a granary. 

[ 9— <^G9 9Shl«? 5li© §0, ^sre^GQ '9%Q' ] 

fllG9. ( *Wl9a ) 9— aqq«j 99H QIQ9G€ig— 

Name of a wild tribe. 
91. ( Q9Q ) Qtil — 99a§20; *09 "aiqpi— 

Leaning to a side. 
9%S€I6$®~ G969. M. ( Q°. 9§%G€1GS9 ) — 

Karugeted «jj;^j G9lQ?19i i Q < SiSf OQ QQQ%6'QQ% 

^PPtrfi^ QCJ°| C9JQ£|91 — Contracted into wrinkles 

^it^ v or folds; bent into wavelike folds. 

t 3—^?l 91 fdQ ap^ 99giq «>%_G€tGt9 9Q 

9191 «|0 3IQGQ $QQ Q?8S3l<] 1 ] 

95«i— tf. Q. ( ^ ai^=9G9a «W>l+9Q*l. ^ff )— 

©GQ GQI^ GQSl )— 
1. ( Rhetoric ) Pathos j the pathetic , 
sentiment in literature. 


> i $OQ£fl* WQ^Q, ^8^ €<?§GR 9QGQ QQ9 
G9Q1 QsjqQ— 2. Pity. ■ 

5, Name of a lemon tree and its aour fruit. 

4. Name of an incarnation of the Buddha. 

* I flQCWQt g- SOTIOQ )— 5. God. 

9 1 Qi«wiiqG^ng«ia9Ga^— (§. -aogiQQ)— 

6. Name of a sacred place mentioned in 

the KalikS. Parana. 
Q. 93. ( +V^ QS> ) — V I 9£[1§— 
1. Kind; merciful. 
^ I QQ ^J8«IGQ ©IOQ — 2. Compassionate. 

• I GQl»9Q£[. Qq^llQ*— 
3. Tender-hearted. 

vl 3191 f *5^€Q QqtQ S^GQQ QGQ; 9q^H 
£W — 4. Pathetic; doleful; # piteous; 

pitiable; plaintive. 

Karunarasa 9[ G9^G^ 91 a^GSi flffGQ Q^I^Q 91 

Q^IQ ^^ 9^ I (Q9 ©eft G9lt G93)— 

1. Pathos in rhetoric; pathetic sentiment 

in literature. 

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§q 9S^9i Qfi 9§)Q QG^ICIGQ Q^Q G99I 3GOIQP 

fla Q'qgiQg 1 <19I oi9nQ WQg ^^ <i9Qg. 

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SJ«L» G^lC »G9 9^91 Q9IQ— 
2 Pathetic feeling excited bj. separation 
from or death of one*s beloved person. 

Karunaswara q^Q -qgtel G^9Q 0&6Q : ~«^q 
■■^BS9-%<1 — 1. Pathetic or plaintw© tone. 


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Karu$a 1. Kindness; mercy, 

*> i aGjpai— 

2. Pity; tenderness; compassion. 

GQ. §. — «. I (*. $%«)— GG^IS^ 3«GI $$ <£ 

^J^l - ©§*Q 319 ETQ — 

^T^T 1. Lemon; Citrus Medica- variety Litnonum 

2!Qh g\ QjG (tree and its fruit) 

* Q$£|Q; QSJSIO ate *$°i, »i®sr» qgi— gi©l goia» s£Igs3| i 

WiqLSWJ$»1 -eQ^09§5 GW*iO SKgtlGQ «fl»| OT 
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> i 9raQlqsQ€a , a— ; -. : ~ 

2. A kind of flower of the spring season. 

3, Name for calling a person named 

Karunakara. 

^aruBakara • QSjfllQGi— Source of kindness; 

fouictain-head of .mercy. 
#. .QSI,— Oq^llQ| ; Q£j|q£[— Full of pity; full of 

the milk of tenderness. 

GQ< 9. ff — 6Q9<3T 9W— ^ ame g iyen to 

males. 

Karunatmaka <t. | Q^iQq QG^TOISa — 

1. Exoiting pity. 
j | S1QQ — 2. Kind hearted; compassionate. 

Karunanidana 0q )— r*. | «©t^ 9£j)§ 9«*g; 

QSMQQ— 1...A very compassionate 
person; a very merciful person, 
• ,» J I aQeMQ— 2. A name of God. 


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Karunanidhana g^ Q^l^— Q^ll^jff <g9«) 

Karunanidana (See) 

Karunanidhi «««)— 9q^H©<5»IO (G9«) 

Karuiianidana (S«e) 
GQ. Si. ^°.— g^a^ Qifl-r-Name. given to 

males. 
9$iStiflq - e. Qtii. £". (o%«ii + ag aasQ. aq) — 

Karunamaya <^^^ *9qjg4— 

<.9%^p.-— aj )- . -All-merciMj full of ^ 

compassion. 

Karunardra '■ q^. Qsj^q-QClOO— 

Melted or moistened with kindness; 

compassionate. 

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Karunardrachitta 0^ ^l^iq "MOO <$<— 

(0%tiHg%>Ql— ^,1 tenaer-hearted. 

Heart melted with pity. 
95QQ— G9. ^> (<?. Q$I9)— ^ I Q^Q (G9«l)— "' 
Karei Karai (See) 

©9^91 ai£J^ GaQ* •QipGQ 9I^Q51IGO 
g^f _OT§— 2. The pup hy which boat- 
men throw away the water accumulat- 
ing at the bottom of the boat/'' 

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. fll. §. Q^l— 9G9R .(CT^)— Karjd (§ee), y- . : 

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Rareiba^ 2^1% ^^©^-qsriQ^I, QGfiWS»l| ^ft^l^ 

'r^B jr: '" 5JGQQ9I)— 6QQ9I TW*)^ 

^a^ To cause fo be done. 

*ff*u%& Gil. (QQQ) S— QG9WI/ Q<3§1C1GQ"_ ^ 
*Mi^Nl OQ.Q! — To move side wise; to make a 

sidelong motion. 


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Karei heba 1. To move to one side. 

T^i^HT 2. To lean sideways. 

* 1 aw,*" m$$® QQ9i— 

3. To turn on the side. 
Karetu • §qj Q=©Q + GQ£ ai^=€l$Q§9l + Q) — 

An aquatic openbill bird; 
Numidian crane. 

9GQ8— GQ. (QQhj giolQ gc^ei ) a, (g =qq sqq og^i 
Karena <WQ$-) 9$$ig — By the hand. 

9GQ0 «cr o*3iq— QflQcgos*. ©soai 1 
9GQ^— «.Q(^ai^^Q€i9H-g4.<«j)— <> 1 (g.°)Qgl— 

Karenu 1. Male elephant. 

* J I (%1) $$ SI — 2. Female elephant. 

• I QOTQ (flS ) (GQ«i ) — 

3. Kaniara (tree) (See). 

<31Q; G€!19l^ — Overcome with grief; afflicted; 

, miserable. 

9GQS? — $• 9'('0GQ4.+«ar. 9 )— A I QS>2IQ ff» — 

Karenuka 1. The fruit or berry 

of Kaniara tree. 
2 I Qfl| — 2. Elephant. 

Karenuka * 9gsi — Female elephant. 

Karenusuta Name of a Sanscrit work on 

the treatment etc of elephants. 

QGQf— G§GQ. Q. I Q°.9$GQtfl )GQ£!GQ 9$Q4qi9GQ 

Karensi qjy 9«i99i£> — Currency of a country. 

96Q* G9I^— G9GQ, 9— W.98GQ91 GffIS)— SQ9IQST 
Karensi not §J9§j© $|Q© SjSjl — Currency note. 

9$QQ ©91— giGQ. (SW«ia) £— §G©Q 991 (G99) 
Karoi jiba Pitei jibl (See) 

9sqs— GQ. §,— (*.- 9Q93}. 01. 9QQ*) Q9 3 am — 
Karota Side; flank. 


Karoti v | qjjQ sq& — 1. Skull. 

2. The bones of the head. 
QGQf— e. Q. (QG^t+Q)— 9GQ* (GQ<3) 

Karoti Karota (See) 

9S<|§QI — tf. 9. teeqt + WGa ©+^l.ai)— 
Karotika Qqq% (qqq) 

Karota (See) 
9GQ$1— ff. §. 3,1.— (QGqt+^1. «)— 9GQ% (G^«i) 

K » r oti Karota (See)- 

Karonar 9^IQq q9G99^ flIQOI 9Q ^Q 9IQ51 

.«Ch< aiQ ©qg SlQQiq) Q^q— A Coroner. 
' fe — QQ$Q<$$ ©99<JlQOG^% n (Inquest) g^IQ 
9I<1 6 OI9 €lGQI^q. QOG«|^ QGait/(tnqueat 
report) G9IQi3|<3 I ] 
9MIGM0— G?€9. Q. (Q°)— q©ITO aQG^P— 
Karonesan Coronation. 

90 - GQGQ. 9. (Q°)~ ^ I G9I0RQ O 8— 

Kark 1. The cork of a bottle. 

^ -» \<9 »ISI^ ^S- S1I9I G9R% GQISRQ 6^9" 

*W ^2flQ §<— 2. The Indian Cork tree; 

Millingfconia Hortensis; Quercus Suber. 

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6 a£ gq ag 2i§ i< cisq ^ g^i^i, gqito 6 Jq- 
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G999l«i 1W %Q\Q gQ9Q ^Q Q|<aGQ ^ Q33IQ- 

9^ ( yi%)— g;.—9i^9€iQi— 

Karka (root) To laugh. 

99—3, M. (^ dl^+Q)— ^ 1 G^O — 

Karka 1, Wnite. 

^ I G$% — 2. Excellent. 
( 9S?i— %1 ) * I Q^q— 3.^Good. 
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3. Sesamum; sesame-seed. 
-4. Water. 


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SicT — 5. Fire. 


■9 I OTOI — 6 - Crab. 
5> I 6€fQ£h— 7. Beauty. 
r I S<TO— 8. Thorn; prick. 
, ti I orft qS*-9. The 4th. solar mansion; 
the Cancer; a sign of the zodiac. 
V° I 9Mt— 1Q» A water jar. 

<A I S^ MS; SO«.~ 11. A small jar. 
\J I 9$fej 0I%9 .(flOICTQ) — 12. Cucumber. 
^t WQ — 13. A younger brother of the 

father. (M. W.) 

09©S«I-^. $.—(0*119% 09«q§+©Sfel)— EJt1- 

KarkaohirbbitS ,Q|$§)* OWSlSj UQ| Eg1 (ai©CQ 

EDf sa*< > — A species of white melon or 

cucumber which bursts when ripe. 

Karkata v | qf . OQTQI — 1* Male crab. 

(OO^I — il ) J I TO^qS — 

2. The Cancer; a sign of the zodiac. 

*l WQI9I SI93 9i3— 

4, The solar month of Srabana. 

* I -coowq W« ewoiq ©S)9Q aalj gci^im 

ag) — 4. The Numidian crane; Demoi- 
. selle; Hypothymis Azurra. 
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melon creeper and its fruit. 
9\ WQ; Q98G> — 6. The root of the lotus 

plant. 

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Karkotaka (See), 
c<l© ffift ©a.^e* 9%q q©» g«s go*9 eg s$iq i 

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g€5|£ll<l)— 7.The curved end of the beam 
of a balance from which the strings 
supporting the scalepan are suspended. 

(M. W.) 


r 1 09QQQ SJQG^a— 

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<i I QQ9®QG€I<3— 

9. A kind of coitus (M. W.) 
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*A I 9IQ©— - 11- Cucumber; Cucumis Utilis- 

simus (M. W.) 
<A I QQSJQ IQG3S — 11. -A particular pose 

of the hand (M. W.) 

©sfeo— ST. 9- (Wt + ^IG^- o)— i I 90S (W«) 
Karkataka ^ 1- Karkata (See) ■ 

> 1 qa ©£iq© tagger qgot — 

2. A particular fracture of the bone. 

9&0ljf — *. Q. ( *tf Q0 J w'tQ+^a )— OQ? 
Karkatakasthi G«H« ( «|© )— The shell or crust 

of a crab. 
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Karkatakranti 9<SJ96Q«IQ ->* Q§ Q^QGQ 
%?l^G9§^9l 9R©0 GQ^l — • 
(Geography, astronomy) The Tropic of 

Cancer. 

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The claws of a crab. 

Q&SGrl - e. 9— TOQiaGrl ( GQ«I ) 
Karkatasrungi Kakaidasrungi ( See ) 

e. 9— vW%+Q) — 01^9- 

Karkati Cucumber, 

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Karkatika Q%$$] ( €9<3I ) 

Karkati ( See ) 
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Karkati <. 1 Qty 9^91 — 1: Female crab, 

* I si$g> fffia — 

2. Cucumber; Cucumis Utilissimus, 

3. A small water jar or jug. 


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4. A kind of female serpent emitting a 

rattling sound. 

W»V**tf — w- § (sr. ©tft1+w>~siq§> w>i— 

Karkati laf t Cucumber creeper. 

991Q coq siQoo c©ff ©§ (jgo odil ciii sqo^cq 1 

Karkatu GC1€JIQS0 as|. QQt^j- 

The Numidian crane ( M. W. ) 

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Karkandhu t Q<f>, ££ ) — 

1 i QQGQI©; Wq ( QQ\Q ) — 

1. The Jujube plum. 

> I QqGQI® CIS— 

2. The jujube tree; Zizyphus Jujuba.. 

3. A well without water; a dried up well 

( M. W. ) 

■a* I Q€l §QQ §^l — 4. A foetus which is 
ten days old ( M. W. ) 

Karkandhli Karkandhu ( See ) 

Q^SKf— $• S>. ( W— *icp+gq )— 
Karkaprabha ^ I &QQ GOQ — 

1. The raj or lustre of fire. 

> I QQQ\ flW— * 

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Karkar Karakara ( See ) 

Wq— e- Q. ( wf—G^M^ + q aiSL=9M 9&9I+ 
Karkara q<§. ^ 319! q^4GQ ^91 9gQ G*tasft% 

t I QM — 1*. Mirror, 

-> I G<3% 9IQSIQ9I — 2, Gravel. 

* 1 <3JQ— 3. Dum-bell; mallet. ' 

* I 919 — 4." A bone ( IT. W. ) 

* I A9iqQG0lg Gl«sa« - '■ - 

5. Name of a mythological serpent. 
9 I GCICEf — 6. Limestone-nodule. 


9 I fllfijQ96a« — 
7. A species of date ( M, "W. ) 

e. w. ( otf=GqfQa*H+q. ai9_+«^. 21 )— 

l I OQa — 1- Rasping; harsh. 
> I 9% QOQ — 2. Hard; firm. 

Karkaratu +9^. €J ) — 

©QOQQ91- Gfl^ioa aal— 

1. The Numidian crane. 

2. A glance; sidelook ( M. W. ) 

Karkaratuka Karkaratu ( See ) 

0^a»e— 3. ?>. ( QQQ+a^Q ) — Qgiqa- aqpuja— 
KarkarSndhaka A blind well ( of whieh the 
mouth is overgrown with grasi ete, so 
as to be hidden ( M W. ) 

Karkari 1. Water-jar; pitcher. 

2. A water jar with a spout to pour 

water. 

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Karkareta — QQ^g^ <&$n — Pushing the neck 

with the palm of the hand; collaring 

a person. 

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Karkaratu (See) 

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Karkaratu "(See) 

Karkaaa ^ | qq^ ci^— 

1. Pongamia Indica ( tree ). 
J f 8KI ■ • Qi^— -2. Sugarcane. 

3. Kasindi tree (See) 

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"* I §GW3p— 4 Unconscientious; 

unscrupulous. 

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'-*'* hearted. 

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grating. 

9 I Q%£ Q§$— 7 < Unpleasant. 

. r i (^-^8*- ; lfieerly. 

G<*. W.— «jQ : Q9QI ,9*% eqi * Q ^ ewl ( 6 ")> 

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,; before an attack of fever. 

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.,. J. Eeeling feverish. 
j I QQQ—2 % Har^; harsh. 

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Karkota "" " r ,9CfiS» (W«) 

Karko^aka (See) 

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'Karkotaka . «. 1 Q$Q|2fl.Q|Ci-— 

1. A kind of Indian snake emitting a 

rattling sound. 

2. Name of mythological serpent. 

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(tree.) 


■«■ j a^| — & Sugarcane. 
"M-QW9 — 5. ^ ne ec *ible fruit of a creeper; 
Memordica CocMinohmensis. 
9 I ej|QI«59l QQI — 6. Tne melon, creeper. 

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Karchuli Karachuli (See ) 

9© (aiSL)— « — ^ «SM— 
Karchcha (root) To afflict. 

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Karchchara QSf QQaw), 9ft«9— 

Yellow, orpiment, 
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TO H §qjOTGa<3 5 9Q$— A kind of vege- 
table sandwich cake fried in ghee. 

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Karchcharl Karchcharika (See) 

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•J I 9€i©lQ — 2. Yellow orpiment. 
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coloured ^ multico],oure<i. . 

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Karchchhi Karachhi ( See ) 

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Karja (etc.) Karaja etc. ( See ) 

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Karjan ( \rett-Vtfo.* ) — George Nathanisl 

first Baron Curzon of Kedlest on 

a Viceroy of India. 

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The chord of a rightangled triangle, 
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<; Chord line of Bail way. 

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JKarrds ■■; Karazga ( See ) 
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Karima L Ear 

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2. Tide hypotenuse of a right-angled 

triangle. 

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son of Kunti by the Sun-God when she 

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3. The rudder of a vessel. 
v I GQfolQ qepaq oiqg 95 — 4. The helm. 

■ + i ( ^ ai$_=9Gsa 9»q^i+ o^. g )— csaej 

^q§ ?< - 5 ' Diagonal. 
W. Q- q? — ^ l Gq9^ 9iq 

1. Name of males. 
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2. Name of a Bengalee poet. 
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A long stick used by cowherds in stick-play.. 
©tfO$— ST. 9. ( ©$ + 9gJ— 

Karmiakandu ^ I 91^ Cl'S'Q'qgiQ G99I — 
1. Itching of the ear. 

j 1 (o&m£) aejQQi aS^iq q&i^ 

2. A desire to hear gossip against 

others.. 
Q$«l$ - ff. 9. ( A a. Gflj Q# SB«»fl«iq?iq «lt ) — 

Karnnakita fflt^GQ^ QIOG^i^ai — 

An ear-boring insect. 

0<%»Q~*. Q. ( ^1 W ; 91 + qpQ )— 
Karnnakuhara' $|ft QQGQ |(9I §5 91 q^ — 

The ear-hole; the auditory passage; cavity 
* > ^ of the ear*. 

Karnnakuta A disease with painful swelling of 
of the neck and root of the ear; the 
mumps; the swelling of thejparotid 

glands^ 


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Karnnakota Karnnakuta ( See ) 

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Karnnagata CJ61I9©!; ©$G©!QG1 — 

Heard; reaching the ears. 

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Karnnagata kariba 1. To hear. 

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2. To inform; to bring to the ears of. 

Karnnagutha ©ifaffl ( QQsi ) 

Karnnamala ( See ) 
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©^J— 1. Within^hearing. 

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2. Perceptible to the ear; audible. 

*> 1 q$»fl©i ( §«aq )— 

3. Coming to one's knowledge through the 
ears; reaching the ears. 

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Karnnakuhara ( See ) 

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An ear-boring insect. 
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Karnnadesa The ear. 

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Karnnadhara 2Jqq ) 

<* I 3i3 ; QI90— 1. Boatman. 

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* I ^Qtiq ©<i§— 3. Steersman, 


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The earT-drum. 
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Kamnapa~ta *. I ©i© g©Q 3&©l — 

1. Hearing of a thing. 
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2. Attention to a matter spoken. 
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Karnnapata kariba 1, To hear; to listen to. 
-> I «SIQ9 ©Q9I—2. To pay -heed to. 

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Karnnapisacha Karnnapisachi ( See ) 

o^§ai©1— sr. q. ^1— v i oG^ig gq^qgq^ ai^iqr 

Karnnapisachi «||a©i ©GQ 9©g*i g^t §-«j— 

1. A Goddess who grants the boon of 
omniscience to her devotee. 

2. The esoteric art of practising 

omniscience. 

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Karnnapuja G©|§^j eg— The pas discharged 

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Karnnapuja Karnnapuja ( See ) 

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Karnnapura ^ | ©g^g^ q\^^ 

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3. Saraca Indica ( tree ). 

"* I If^g Gig— 4. A tree;-Albizza Lebbec. 

* i ©g5© g?ss> 9&©iGi — 

o An author of Balshnaba works. 
Karnnaprayaga A place of pilgrimage^ 

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Karnnaphala fl|°gft a°€l — 1. Lobe of the ear. 

2. Ophecephalus kiirraway. (fish) (M.W.) 
Karnnaphalaka Karnnaphala ( See ) 

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KarnnaphaU Karnnaphala ( See ) 

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An ear-ornament. 

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Karnnaphuli Karnnaphula ( See ) 

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Karnnakuhara ( See ) 

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child; boring of the lobes of the ear. 

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Karnnabeshtlna Karnnabeshtaka ( See ) 

Karnnabhushana Q<$\ -aQ^IQ — Ear-ornament. 

Karnnabhusha Karnnabhushana ( See ) 

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Karnnamunda Karnnamula ( See ) 


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part of the face between the ear and 

the cheek. 

Karnnarandhra Karnnakuhara ( See ) 

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KarnnarSja 1. Kanakatuli ( See ) 


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2. Karnna, the king of Ahga country. 
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Karnnare pat^iba To come to one's knowledge 
through the ears; to reach the ears. 

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Karnnal Karnnel ( See ) 

Karnnasashkull €JQ SPa )— QIQQ QI9IQ QI^Q 

Qlpl^O €1§Q — The outer cartilaginous 

depression of the ear. 

Q4«©-tf. Q. ( 5>q1 OO^ O.I + Q© )— OIGWI GQGl— 
Karnnasula P^ar-ache; Otalgia. 

Unpleasant to the ear. 

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Karnnasraba Qqg- 9 [Qa q^ GQ*^ — Otorrhea. 

Karnnakarnni p^GQ q_9l G^l§ G99I qg ^^Sll; 

QlfflQIQ; Q9^ Qai^gi 3 OQiQ £QOT G99I — 

A whispering together. 

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Passed in whispers from ear to ear. * 

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Karnnakarnnika Karnnakarnni ( See ) 

Karnnakarnnika Karnnakarnni (See) 

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Karnnanchala t The ear. 


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Karnnatika Relating to the Karnataka 

country. 

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Karnnatika A resident of the Karnatics. 

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Karnnati 1 . A woman of the Karnatic 

country. 

^ I 9l9iSIW qQ§G£1§— 

2. Name of a kind of literary style. 

* 1 q3al9G9«j 91991 ^q — 

3,-Naxneol a musical strain. 

* I 9$% QPS§!9l — 

4. The queen of the kingdom of Karnnata. 

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Karanatiya Karnnatika (see) 

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Karnnabali QIQG91QI — 1. The ear-boring 

ceremony. 

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2. A festival in vogue among the Kumuti 

caste. 
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Karnnamagiri A poet. 

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Karnnala Trumpet. 

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Karnni Karnnika ( See ) 

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• Karnnika qeSfafa 99$1j Q9Q — 

Mason's trowel. 

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Karnnika 1. An ear-ring; an ornament 

for the ear. 
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2. The end of the elephant's trunk 

serving the purpose of the fingers 

< of the human hand. 


3. The seed-capsule or pericarp inside the 

lotus flower. 

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v t GW3I — 4. Pen. 
* I 91QQ fl2dvJICfQ — 

5. The middle finger of the hand. 
9 1 Q?£l — 6* A go-between; a procuress. 

7. Premna Integrifolia ( tree ). 

Karnnikachala The Sumeru mountains. 

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1: Cassia (tree and flower). 

2. Marigold (flower). 

<jt<dl4t*lR 3- Yellow or bastard 

©I. aglQ^QOl oleander; .Thevetia 

€0- €IG<aq£©fc^ Nerifolia; OeVebra 

Thevetia. 

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Karnpi v I 0§©IF^ — 1- Having ears. 

'J I *W>iq§, — 3- Long-eared. 
($K&!~^1) * I flfewlq— 3. Relating to the ear. 

4. A kind of arrow. 

* 1 q§iQ<sf a«p© 2i$ef© awscag — 

5. Name of a mythological mountain. 

9 I G99Q 9W>.Sfel 2J°€I — 

6. The part of the neck near the ear. 

3- '*'".'■' ( <^1Q QH ■"«# S}SM% )— CW — 

The Ass, 

garagiratha K , ^^^ w . Q|ft § — 

1. A conveyance borne on the 
shoulders; sedan-chair. 

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2. A Small covered ear or sedan for 

carrying ladies. 
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Kapnisuta «. [ g^Q qg\ Q°qig_Q— 

3 . Kamsa, the king of Mathura. 

> I G«^Q— 2. Thief. 

• 1 GOft&aiMQ^—S- Name of the person 

who introduced stealing as an art. 

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, Karxmejapa K=gpg gp8$©l$0.9€WI+Q$ 3)— 

1. Traducer; whisperer; informer; back- 
biter; talebearer. 

> I G«IQQI— 2. A detective. 

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Karnnel Q#^GOQSIQ© €IQ) — §ai§jq|Q£? qtflQ — 

A colonel. 

Karnpotpala An ornament for the ear resembl- 

: " '. - ing the lotus. 

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Kartta 9siq aicfl «§ gsiG«n qc ©oq aioi 1 

Karttana ^. I G&W — 1. Gutting. 


> I ^1^91—2. Chopping; clipping. 
■• I 9pi"QIWI— 3. The spinning of thread.. 
v I ei!Q 9%\ GW1; Q1Q QlfQI— 
4. Scoring; drawing of a line. 

■ Kartanasara Q^^ltil— A kind of arrow' 

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Karttani %]. £j)— ^ | ^g_ 

1. A pair of scissors. - 
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To be done or performed; fit to be done; 

proper; necessary. 
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GQ. Q.— €)§; qiflaH— Power; capacity. 
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Karttabyatabimur^ba Karttabyabim urgha (Sea\ 
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«Q Q 3IGQ- Hopelessly confounded; 
not knowing what to do!, 

Karttarika ^ ( Wfl j 

Karttari (See) 

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Karttari q)_ M 9 ^__i. A pair of scissors _ ' 

-> I Otiqi— 2. Bill-hook. 

• I $&Q\Q— 3. Nut-cracker. 

v I $q — 4. Knife. 

5. The tail of an arrow. 

6. Goldsmith's scissors.. 


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(9^1— $1) SlftlQO 9GQ 91 9q<J— ( Grammar ) 

The nominative case. 

^ I 9^9199; SlfifQWiqi— 2. Creator. 

* I Q§ 9Q9I Qi§j 9CT9IQ9 — 

3. Doer of a work; performer. 
v I Ql&felSj 913 99&91 9H§ — 

4. Agent; superintendent; supervisor, 

* I S^j q?Wi§i «fel% 3IR9— 5. Master; 

headman; chief; principal. 

9 I flff0l0j Q©0— 

6. Author; writer; composer. 

7. Maker; manufacturer. 

# r I ^iftlfllj SQ9IQ9 <Jflh9H§— 

8. The master of the house; head of the 

family. 

99919 — 9- One who performs the rituals 
in a ceremony as the principal. 

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99il%990 9IQ6QiSS!» - 90fi>— 1- Bride's 
guardian; the person who gives away a 

girl in marriage. 

J I 990sfj 99I9G9 , 900?i0;,«qq99 — 

2. Bridegroom's guardian. 

*> | (W«l) 91Q9IQ 91 39991 SB«?GQ 01^9" 
9199 MQ fllQ0— 

3. An agent's principal in. a business. 

SJIGQ. (93,09.0) 9.— «? AW 69SQ OI^/WIQ' 91 

ei$ag 9ft9! aicT GGQ ^ 9 9 °^' a,gG ^ 

Siagi— A big and shallow earthen pan into 
whiph boiled molasses are poured for , pre- 
paring 'Doli' or lumps. 

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Kartfci Karati (See) 

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Karttita Q$i S3|Q «g..fiQ— 1. Out. 

> I 919 9SliaiQg9! — 2. Deducted. 

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Kartrukama 2Jflj!QQ GQa ; Qtt. a§9IS>— (G9f«3§ 

9$) 0€l9iq, 09,9; ©sa<a— "Willing to do 

a work; bent upon doing a work; ready 

to do a work. 

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Karttruka <q$ ot aGQ V sflQfl $<)— ©Sl^i QQ§q 

©9j gig — By; with the help of; with;. 

through; by means oL 

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KarttrukS 9+^1. .81) — » <a^l — 

Scimitar; small sword. 
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Karttrutwa 1. Supremacy; paramountcy; lord- 
ship; mastery; authority. 
*> I 9!99§i g l y 9g — 2. The state of being 

tile doer of a thing. 

* i ©9^ aeiQefej 91910 ©^ gwi — 

3. Supervision. 
** 1 9$f eiSie^QQ— 4. Management. 
9|i9IWl0— S. m. ( P^l 99 )— 

KarttrutwSdhina ^ | qq!g& 9h§Q 3^9109 999^ 
211^^—1 . Under the control of. 
> I aQqjQffiQ ay|9 — 

2. Under the management of. 

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3. Under the supervision of. 
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Karttrupada The nominative. 

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( grammar ) The active Toice. 

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Kardda ( root ) To make a nasty sound, 

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«. , Kardda < | qj^-wI. Mud; clay, 
-M aq? — ^2. Mire. 

m I SQQ — 3. Filth; dirt; impurity, 
v-t.aia— 4.-Sin. 

* I 9H°g.Vr5.. Flesh; meat. 

: 6. Dregs; sediment. 
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€t©Q9 €19—1. Sound inside the belly. 
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- » 1 §CQ £IQ— 3. Babblings of a child. .\> 

:■■/ v | (+9$. SIQ ) tyn — 4. Crow. 

SO; 9 — v 1 weig. 9%— 

1. Harassment; trouble. 
^1 a|^| — 2. Oppression. 

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Karddana Karddana (See) 

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Karddama * [ QQ C (GQ<2I) 
.■■-.( .. : 1. Kardda (See 

,-M (91a) QBaGjSs §qi— 

2. The father of sage Kapila, 

* I €^1—3. Shade; shadow. 

©9'flaq— 3. 94. — (QQfl+aiosh Awiqca*'. ^)— 

Karddamamaya ^ | Qc$gq£ 

1. Full of mad; .clayey; muddy; 

,. : , ■■ v v I 9<&q §qiq ; 9QSiro gg© — 

2. Made of clay. 

. : ; ;> v I «Q»t^— 4. Dirty; filthy. 


KarddamSkta «. ! Q\<$® GWhG^IQ?}^! — 
1. Besmeared with mud, 
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2. Mixed with mud; muddy. 

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Karddamataka ?l^9Q6^)* SJ9 ) — 

Dunghill; a place for heaping nightsoil. 

Karddamita Q§« ■ TO r qqg — 

Muddy; full of mud. 

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1. Rags; old and patched-up garment. 

2. A small loin-cloth used as underwear 
for the night; small cloth used for night- 
dressing. 

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3. A strip of rag tucked round the private 
parts ( from the navel down and tucked 
backwards ), 

v I QIQ99I- Q\§®— 

4. A strip of cloth sewn for use as 
underwear and by athletes. 

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6. Name of a mountain. 

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Karpatadhari GO/alQa^ G9qeil— A religious 
mendicant wearing a strip of rag to 

conceal nudity. 

(©dtai'eidl— %1) Wearing rags. 

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Karpati Karpata ( See ) 

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Karpatika 9&*iq| ( GQ«I ) 

Karpatadhari ( See ) 

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Karpati bhircliba of rag tucked down from the 

navel to the back round the private 

parts. 

•09% die©*— Gft. 3— ©at ap^i ( GQ3 ) 

Karpati raariba Karpati bhildiba ( See ) 

Karpati Karpata (See) 

(«&*-*!) <?tai(69«)— 

Karpatadhari (See) 
Karpara *. | q£Q <aqft— 1* Skull; the cranium. 

• 2. A broken bit of earthernware; potsherd. 

■* i ( 3MQ$1©& ) Ql^— 

3. A pot or vessel (in general). 

v \ ai^ Q3!Qj QGQQ; 9fJI— 

4. Cauldron; saucepan. 

* I <9 SW «^; «9Q9IQ — . 

5. A bill-hook; scimitar. 

? I 9&* qqig > QQSQ G«tlM— 

6. Tortoise-shell. 

Karpasa . Cotton. 

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* Karpasi The cotton tree. 

Karpura QqQ ( GQ« > — 

"Kapura (See 

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Karpuraka €i$eg— Zedoary. 

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Karpurakanti Dulabha ( See ) 

GQ. § — SaQQifi) C1IQ ( €M)— '. 

Kapfirakanti pana { See ) 

Karpuranalika A kind of food (Apte) 

Karputamani 1. A* kind of white gem. 


2. A white mineral used in medicine. 

Karpurarasa Mercury. 

Karpurarishta 2IQf )— QOQ 6 ^Qftdfa 9gQ 

(§)ga— Spirit of camphor used as a 

medicine in Asiatic cholera. 

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Karpurasaba QQ^Q^i (GQ«) 

Karpurarishta (Seea 

Karpurl QQ<5l) — A part of a temple (See notes 

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Karphara Mirror (Apte). 

Karphyu q© t>04i aGQ QQQ9igI qfljjy QQ 

WCJfivSf^ g€tQ9 CI4I — The curfew bell. 

Karphyu ardar acQ QCIQ9W1 qQg,Qr «3^2flGQQ 
6QQ9I aiQ ff€1^9igl9IQQr 3Q 
g^Q Q»^2flG9Cl— Curfew-order. 

9? ( yi^_)— 9:— ci© <wa— 

Karba{root) .To move; to go. 

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Karbara 1. Tiger* 

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Karbira KarabI ( See ) 

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Karbura ^ | qq^q g^ q,Q, <$ 5Hfia— 

(W$— 3,1) 1. Whitish and grey; like the colour 

of a dove. 

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Q9S9$2JI — 2. Variegated; multicoloured; 

rainbow-coloured ♦ 

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3. Spotted; chequered; mottled. 
$. Q — ^ I §99$ — 1. Variegated colour r 
J I rf— 2. Gold. 

* i QQ~ 3. Water, 
v I aia — 4. Sin. 

* I Qfira — 5. Demon- imp; goblin; an evil 

spirit. 
9 I (tflfl) g3Qi9GOT — 

6. The name of a demon. 

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7. The Ooimum Gratissimum (plant) 
r I aiai<j|— -8. A sinner. 

« I ai%9 9SJ,— 9 - The thorn-apple plant. 
99*0—*. 9 <S W ( W&l$+Q& $$}— Q«p^ (G9<3$)— 

Karbura Karbura (See) 

O^^QO— e. 9— q»W ( 9G9$§ §fl"*2WM' )— 

Karburaka Zedoary. 

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Karma <, | 91^ 9*| — 1. An act; work; action; 

deed; function. 
J I 81^. §j£ir— - 2. Fate; luck; fortune. 

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TO» 3fij "gq§ ^<J 3 9 «q 9Q§9 9IQ9— 
3. (Grammar) The objective case. 

■»■ I 9I&3I9; 39S! — 4. An office; a post. 

* I 9WI^ $§ — 5. Occupation; a calling; 

business. 
9 I 9^9i Oia-i — 6. : Duty. 

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ai9i s© -e9?«9 ^1 aw. «G9— j 

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verb. 


r" I 9ICIIQ9 a# ; ?figiQ9 9I&— 
8- Worldly duties and afeirs. 

* i @©t 91 G09^9 9ICW5 WHIG— 
9. A prescribed rite or ceremony. 

<3G0 Qm G9l9GS|®Q 9^Q, 
<JS^ 9<?tQ 9Q «^GQ 4^q— aloi^Q- ^f 9^G1«1 I 
^° I 8$?^ — 10. Religious performance or 
observance; religious rite.. 

11. ( Philosophy ) One's own actions,, 
sinful or meritorious, 
KS I G^?Q — 12. Service; appointment; 

employment, 
** I SG^Q^OI — 13. Use; utility; necessity- 
W I 919*1 9WR ^9^1— 14 * Acti vity. 
^* I 0% 9IQ€iq — 

15. Artistic work; work of art. " 

9fla9fc— 69. 9 (e. 9^+«9ft)— ^q'cn— . 

Karmaabala Ill-luck; misfortune.. 

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StSGaGS flQ€KM «G« q««IGO I fliaoU fl^lQQO I 

9^«fl9Q€il — G9. 9 — 999 qeiiCQ S319i 9^8 QI9!q^ 
Kariraadarana QQ^g^GQ 993 Q6*9I — 

Yielding to one's fate. 

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^9G9 99«"«f99l— To yield to 

one's fate.- 

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1. A salaried servant. 
> I QtClCiQ — 2. An artisan. 

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3. Blacksmith 

4, A working man; a hired labourer," 

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1. Tl^e agent or doer of. a work.. 


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(grammar) The middle voice. 

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The various rites laid down in the Beda 

relating to domestic and social 

ceremonials. 

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lished by custom. 

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2. The part of the Beda which relates to 
ceremonial acts and sacrificial rites 
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Infinite). 

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3. Name of a work on indu Philosophy 

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Karmakara V | QfllQ — 1. Blacksmith. 
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1. Performing or doing. 

S I G9 G9©9 GQQ 9# 9GQ— 
2. Serving on a salary. 
9«falQ9— tf. 9~ * i ( 9<)I9Q31 ) 9IQ9QG39; 
Karmakaraka <jpgeg Q9§9 9199— 

1. (grammar) The objective case. 

} 1 913*1 9W 9i§— 

2. Doer of a work. 

* 1 qSlgl; 9l§aQ9i&>— 3. An agent. 
9^9IQ— e- 9- 1°- ( 9^+<5+9<5. Q^ ^1. ^ )— 
Karmakari G3 9fl QGQ3 9151 9^1 (9S§) — 

(9^9l€l^il-*" ^1) Doing or performing some work. 

Karmakjlaka QQQj GyiQI™ 

Washerman; laundryman. 
9^^«»— *. W. q? ( 5>?fl 99- 9^+^_€IQ )— ; 

Karmakusala Q^OjO^Q-Skilled in any business; 

(0^099! — Sfl) clever at any kind of work. 
Q^GOI© — tf- W. 1° <S- *1— 9W WQQIGQ Q€l 2J«12fl 

Karmakorjhi 6 a©^9 — A slow-coach; an idler. 

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Karmaklanta 915) 9WI ^IQ Wqi9gi9j 91^ 

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( a person ) Done up by excessive work; 

tired with work. 
9tf9fl— 3. ?. 1° (5>5fl ©% 99 + S5I )— 

Karmakshama 9ldn 9Q9I% g«OI9l% QIQQ — 

(99891 — %1) Competent or able to do a work; 

fit for active work. 

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Karmakshetra g(Q. G^QOiGQ ^^Jh TOQ 9^ 9GQ- 

1. One's sphere of action; field of 

action; place of labour. 

J \ §jQOQ*aQ Olfl — 2. The land of religious 

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^P s r , ftf% A vacancy in any post. 

«fl€F|— Ql. (Q9<«) 9. ($. 9#Q£f )— -QQ0GM ( G9<S ) 
Karmanga Karamariga ( gee ) 

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> I ©ISmQ qQgig 9s§ — 2. Officer; official. 
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9$©W— 3. 9. ,( *dl 9© ; 9^+QTO ) — 
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Dismissed; cashiered; discharged from 

an office* 

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Karmachyuti q^ q§© g ^qI sa^gi— 

( © QOHO — §S! ) Dismissal; cessation of service; 

discharge from an office. 

Karmaja ^ | 99^ q|© ; ^ffo®©— 1. Resulting 
from or caused by one's acts or action. 

> I QjChCTO— 2. Due to one's luck. 
g. 9 — *. [ QQqQ— 1. The age of Kali. 

) \ 9QG1Q — 2. The Banian tree. 

Karmajna afofl qj q&nsj 9<3£jGQ 2JQt— 
($9$! — %1 ) Acquainted with or versed in 

. religions rites. 

$3*!€1 — GQ. 0— GgfqQH— Good luck. 
Karmatana 

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Karmatanua Fortunate ( person ) 

Q<3o — e. M* q;- ( Qso+^eiQia o ) — 

Karmatha ^ | .©4^€!Q. Q (fgq. 3IQQ — 
(VflOl — ^1) 1. Capable of work; 'competent; fit to 

do a work; skilful. 


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* I £l£^a1 — 3.- Industrious; active. 

eAft-^-CQ. ^ i w— Q<ifladl ( GO«l ) 

Karmani Karamanian ( See ) 

©AStefl'*— GQ. 9 6 Q«l—QC#SMl ( G9S1 ) 
- Karmanian Karamanian ( See ) 

9&H — e. q^i. g. . ( Q^Q+G£neiiiGa f . g ) — 

Karmanya ^ | Qq^QICli — 1- Useful. 
(Q&hl—^D ) I 3191 GQ?^9 Q&Q qGQ: ^|9qI— 
(Q9l^<iO| — q) 2. Serviceable. 

3. Engaged in the observance of Vedic 
c rituals. 

v I Q^a^ aiQCl — 4. Competent. 

* I 9^Qg } Q$Q — 5. Skilful; clever. 

Karmanyabhuk qg? ap ^1. KQ ) — G9* Q9^- 

STO G3 9W**! 9GQ — Salaried servant; 

paid officer. 
Q&m — ^. 9. (P^ + SJI) — «. ! C90Q — 

Karmanya 1. Salary. 

J I 9&JQ. — 2. Wages; hire. 

St. ^^1^ ^~ W^Q 4lftGT— 

Feminine of Karmanya. 
Q$©1IGI — ». 9- ( ?<fl OOj QQ+Q^fCt ) — 
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1# Eetirement from service. 
■* I G99© ff^ a^iia— 3. Abandonment 
of the ceremonial acts prescribed in the 

Beda. 
■* I ei^lQ9 9%\ Oil€l 9Q9I— 

4. Renunciation of worldly duties. 
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Karmadata q% vq$ 91 9©q€lH GWQ GQFqGdHlQq . 
(©^9ISfl —%1) ^ggj — Bestowing good luck on the 

unlucky. 

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The name of a queen of Chitor.. 

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1. An error or blunder in the 

performance of a "work. 

2. Evil consequences of one's own act, 

<*> i qcwGW; qei^ad^ — 

3. Bad luck; ill iate,; irony of fate. 

4. Sins committed m previous existence. 
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( aai— qsWi: Q\®$% Qq9q)— 
( grammar ) A compound formed of 
an adjective and a noun qualified 
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I, Loss of the fruit arising from one's 

religious acts. 

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2. Destruction of any work. 
& Disappointment. 
[ 'Earmanasa Karmadhwamsa (See) 


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9&ki G91Q9Q g^ie spa — K<vieQ^« flKfcgqqsKi 1 

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Karmanas? ^ | ^9IQ 6 9!£ta|J PQi^G^ — 

1 . The name .of a ri"^er flowing between 

Bihar and Benares. 

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2- Nanae. of a branch <4 the Ganges 

" : ""- flowing in East Bangai. 

Destroying the fruit of one's religious 

merit. 

Karmanish^ha «. | 99GQ §J)^iaQ ^9GQ g<JQ 

(Q*iS) — 1. Engaged with devotion in 

active duties. 

2. Engaged in duly performing the 
Vedic rites and ceremonies. 

« I €©I^l9 9I9*hGQ.§SI — 

3, Tenaciously pursuing a .course 

of action. 

V I QQ9: QS — 

1. A mendi<5ant; anchor ite. 

2. Ap^sqn who has adopted the fourth 
stage,pf the life of a Hindu; an ascetic; 

an itinerant ascetic, 

1. The fruit of one's fate. 


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2. The fruit of one's own actions done 
in previous existence; e. g. happiness or 

misery. 
* I Q99QGQ W9I 9ISN9 era, J3I9I SOTi QQ- 
9<JGQ G^€i QQ9— 

3. The fruit or consequence of one's own 
actions in this life, which he will reap 

hereafter* 

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Karmaphalatyaga ©© qsjq erOQQ go 2fla| ©iiei — 
Eenunciation of the hope of getting 
any return for works done by a man; 
renunciation of the desire for reward for 

one's actions, 
«<J fflfQI— GQ. 9— OTI© fflfQI ( TOfl ) 

Karma phatiba Kapala phatiba ( See ) 

9<fo$— 91. W. ( e. 9fl9 + 9© fl9UE| ) — qa^io— 
Karmabanta Fortunate; lucky. 

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Karmabandha aisgiq SJiqiQ 999 — Bondage of 
worldly action; worldly tie or attach- 
ment; confinement of the soul in worldly 

ties. 

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Pressure of work; exigency of work. 
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Karmabandha ( See ) 

9&?€1— G9. 9. (^1 Q9,j9<f+9€l )— g&j]Wpl— 

Karmabasa Exigency of work, 

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BSJSU6Q S3I9I%9WI%§<1— (a person ) 

Dependent on fate. 

9d9€l98-3. a. ( Q^a + qg«fl 9q§ adeQ. s>s )— 

Karmahasatab Q3Q SiCJGqaG^— 

Owing to pressure of work. 
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Karmabasaru Karmabasatab ( See ) 


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909I9h9 9l9i )— ( grammar ) The 

passive voice. 
9tfQ!«— GQ. 9. (*. 9flfi» + 9l«l )— Wqfili; ^ISW— 
Karmabama Misfortune; bad luck. 

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Karmabidhi ^q qj $#q\— Rule of action. 

9^9a^q— e. q. ( 5»ql ®©^ 9^+9aAq )— 

Karmabiparjyaya ^ | ^^q eSaqSi; »ei^Q Q|j^ 
«9i ©G^t 9€19I — 1. The subversion of 

office or functions,, 
* I qciiQQliq— 2. Irony of fate. . 
9^9019— «T, Q. ( ^q| 0©^ ; 95f+9ai9 )— ' 

Karmabipaka l. The future unavoidable- 

consequence of one's own actions.. 

2. Contrary results arising from one's 

act; irony of fate. 
* I 9WIG; 95§Cli— 3. Bad luck. 

Karmabira siqq 9flflq — Having a life of action. 

9#9«— €9. 9. ( S. 9^+ *flf )— 9J3 < H9Ja9iq— 

Karmabyanga Destroying the effectiveness 

of one's acts.. 

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9^9M99IQ-e. 9. (^1 o©^ 9db+9499IQ)— " 
Karmabyatihara aW <]QS?|g]^ ©qQQ^_ 

The mutual doing of similar acts.. ■ 
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■ ■/■■■■■■•■. 8. ,ndia, :fche holy land, 

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enjoyment of happiness or suffering 

due to -one's past actions. 

^ I 219^ * %9#Q TOGqG— 2. -Taking ov 

receiving the consequences of one's 

^ ' =■--'-. evil conduct. 

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Karmamayi '' ' Active; full of action 

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KarmamSj^oWW Q9ICj^lQGQ/G<aQI CQ^PI^,,) 
' ' ' : '/.*■ -k.'j qa — The Kusa grass. 

e- w.— 93 a§Q » 5 q^oq— 

* ""■? Based on action. 

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Karmajuga 1 . The Ka li age; the presenfclron age. 
-f2. She age piaofcion or activity. 

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Karmajoga el3l€i9 9!£HWi9 — 1- -The perform- 
ance of worldly|funetipns considered 
as;religious duties. 

V J G9999a.?#swQCQ G9tes>— 

2. Skill in the performance of Yedic 

rites. 

* I ©§>«L§SW G9Q9 99*"— 3. Vedic rites 

performed for purification ,- of the mind. 

r I 9^3- .caw «uao, ®aio Q«iiQgigQGQeii6Q 
98|9G^V^^4.,Doing acts for the 
attainment of Divine bliss* 
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? 1 a^gq— 6, Industry. 
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Karmajogi ^ q)# ^^^ ) — ?. | §9^9 ; .9^QQf GQ 

1. Engaged in works of devotion for 
spiritual # ends. 
^1 QISlHqW-- 94b— 2. Active. 

Q^QQ* — Ct- 0.— 9Q^Sft Q& 6 £TQ — A tree and its 
Karmaranga acid fruit; Averrhoea Garambola. 

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-Earmaeala ♦ 9R<21|^|—1. Workshop; office; 

* factory. 

J I 9fl«aift-2. Smithy. 

9^te— e. w- 1°.— -(9^8; 9^+ala— 1^9)— 

Karmasiia a€^a^l> 3^€l1% 9^ 9^9IC^ ®^J — 
(9^a!fl>l — $) laboj;iqus;,assiduous; diligent. 

9^«Q— S. W. 9!- (Pfll OO5 9SQ-4-aQ==SlQ) — 
Karmasura \ | 9^03 9lfl%?Q— 1. Performing 
wqrk assiduously or carefully. 
.> I ^3©Q 9^1 — 2. Veteran in work. 
9«fc€)I©— e- Q. (9«1 0©i 9^ + G«r© )— 

Karmasaucha v I SlilQ^I^ — 1. Perseverance. 

^'1 9^GQ QGQISQI — 

2.-Flawlessne^s in. a wnrk, 

Karmasachibi. v | 94&W ^^^R ■ Wl^fe Q>l ^V 
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3. Executive officer. 

4, Secretary of State. 

Karmasannyasa \ | Qq^iQ ^ — 

1- Giving up of work. 

-* I Q&Tfi OhIQ— 2. Renunciation of the 

hope for the results of one's acts. 

Karmasannyasi a9.)— K \ ff&ilfiife m9fflQIQ$Q 

1. Following worldly pursuits without 
hankering after the results. 

Karma salakha The favour of fortune; 

good luck. 

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Karmasakshi q|gj| G«T«lf Q^ ©(39 GQ^M— 

($$USSM1) 1. An eye-witness of an occurrence. 

> i eaQ* 6QMISH6Q flqjiQ sua <S ^<i ©&hq 

GQGIg}— 2. The Deities who witness the 
good and bad actions of men. 

[ g— qj&8 GSIGfll SKtt QJGQI q^i^Qig) a* O, <G© 

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<&0aiM©— fit. 9 l*$l «®. odft+qiao)— .> | jgififiq 

Karmasadhana Qq"q|$|© $4- 1. The means of 

accomplishing an act. 

? I ^ <3W©«DQ— 2. Implements. 

3. The accomplishment o a work, 

Karmasiddhi qgroi— 1. Success in any under- 
taking. 

> 1 OT^Q 33l§ - 2. Accomplishment of an 

act or business. 
QflQGHiq — *. 9— Qqqq^q ( G9«i ) — 

Karmasmnyasa Karmasannyasa (See) 

«te0SJfl|r— e. M— ttfa<MCfl ( GQ« )— 

x KarmasamnySsI Karmasannyasi (See) J 


Karmaiga .^ICf — Fart of a ritual. 

©3(9— ST- X tf. S& W, tfll (4 ^ Q^QOQ )— 
KarmSni ^ I Q^IIQ; ©sfw— 1: Acts; actions. 
^ I GPG^I^ $fa\$> — 2. Vedic rites, 

[§— SiaiGWK <9i Qfl m oeQ Q90Q%Ga 

GQ. ^61— Q^§t ( GQ3 ) — Karmani ( See ) 

9#|3df— G<). Qgl— Qflg) ( 69€l )— 

KarmaniaS Karmani ( See ) 

Karmatma <. j 99 ^>€19IGQ S^ig — 

1. One whose character is action. 
J I Q9GQ ©qQ — 2. Active. 

3. Following axed principles of action. 

KarmSdhi Consisting of actions. 

Karmadhyaksha gaig qogig ^ 4 g — 

Superintendent; supervisor. 

Karmanubandha q^J. ^^^9^Q| — l . Connection 
(p$Ci|9$1 — 9€) with or dependance upon acts. 

-* 1 q4<m> (G^<a) 

2. Karmabandha (See) 

odi^§&— g. m. ( 9$ o©. ©4+«Q%a )— 

Karmanurupa ?. I QG^iaGS3IQl- Q^l^ei — 

1- According to action; corresponding to 
< acts. 

> I ?JP W ^© ff^Q «^%q^ 

2. According to acts done by a person in 
his previous existence. 
* I ©^9i Q&) QQGSIICil — 

3. According to duty, 
v ! qetfQ aGg|Q§ <3$9I— 

4. Taking place according to fate. 


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Earaanushthana V I Q«^9h "cicfiCQ 99*4 GOT1- 
fesJIGqi^l — Qtfl.) 1- Practising or starting in 

one's duties. 
J I Q&)Q$ — 2. Performance of an act. 

* I €§§Q §q|— 8. Vedic rites or 

ceremonies. 

©*9— e. 9. ( $><! oo^ ©$+«$ )— 

Karmanta * I QlsfeflSj QIQiSCHg*— 

1. The end of any task or act. 
> I QlS3 r HQ GSISTO —2. The ultimate result 

of an action. 

Karmantara Another act. 

Qt9dlQ — 2. The interval between reli- 
# gious actions (M. W.) 

Karmara 1 I QIQCIQ — 1. Artificer; artisan. 
2 I GfitfWlGfc 9fllQ~2. Blacksmith. 

• i ( +$Q<a. $ ) .<© s^iq ^isjfe— 

3. A species of Bamboo, 
v I Q€W! (09 6 TO)— 4.: The Carambola 

(tree and fruit). 
*«&IQ«J— *. 9. ( 9<$ o©5 e# + «*q )— 
Karmarambba 1 i G$f«n§ QI9 iQ eUQ^— 

1. Commencement of any act. 
; I G$fel3 a&y|i©Q euQq— 

2. Commencement of a ceremony or 

ritual. 

9tfl@— St* 9fl. q°. (?ql ©% ©9+a9 )— i i ©i9®i— 

Karmarha 1, Useful. 

2. Pit for work. 

* I Q9 W9IQ QQqg QJ G3ICH (QlQgQ©)— 

3. Proper ( time ) for an act. 

9tflQ— 69. Q— <© S$IQ 9|$lft1 Qai — A form of the 
Karmali Santali language. 

Oflfl— e. W. 9?. ( Qdb+TOi^ QlQCi aefcQ Q$ ) — 
Karmisbtha 1 j aQi$1 — 1. Industrious; diligent. 
(Vflqi— *1) * I WO- Qd$€SQ-2. Active; fit for 

work. 


* I GQtaftl— 3. Skilful. 

v l Q^iq— 4 Eager to do a work. 

* I G§TO SqiQO— 5- Engaged in observing 

duly the Vedic rites and ceremonies. 
Q#1— *. M. «. ( Q^J+aB ««*6Q QOj ifll. 19 )— 
Earmi t 1 ©4>QQ — 1* Bus 7; active, 
(itffcil— 41) -> 1 9«ra$ QISH99— 2. Fit; skilful, 
g. q — t I ssf owl 9h§— 

1. One who performs a rite or an act. 
} I 9?falQ — 2. A man of action, 

* I 9Q2H — 3. A labourer; workman ( M.W.) 

«€«to1-ft. 9. ( Q*?+«Q ^l^.+ Q% ^l^ ^^ )— 
Karmendi gqc?] ( G9«i ) 

Karmandi ( See ) 

Karmendriya Qflfa 9^19 ^qg^ ^9^1© aitGeilf 

«©,% (aai— 91^ aifl, qiq, ai^, ^aa)— 

An organ of action. 

Karmodara 1 | g|9§Q q| q©Q^ — 

1. An honorable or valiant act. (M.W.) 
J I SJ'slQQI — 2. Magnanimity (M. W.) 
« I ^jq — 3. Prowess (M. W.) 

©Q — SIGQ.WHQ1Q; SP- 9- «G9Q) Q—i I OQq (CQ«) 
EarlS • 1. Kalara ( See ) 

^ I <i« gwiQ 9fip^ cia— 

2. A species of wild tree. 

9)«q Qlf GQQ 910CQ GaiOg) -OQ- Q9 QIQQ 
QGQ qjl 9ft a^tgj I <«MQ GOQ Q<ai§ 1 ] 

Karsita +^q. © )— ^al^©- • ^TOl^O— 

Enfeebled; weakened; reduced, 
Q4— ^. Q- ( ^ y|%=*0€QI+Q19. 21 )— 
Karsha 1 l Q^l— 1. Cultivation. 

j 1 ( +q£ w ) <» goioi 6©^ ^q > Qftg. 

9IGSW1 G?IQQ r J ^l°a — 2. A unit of 

weight; one tola. 

* i W191 oa— 

3- The Beleric myrobolan ( tree ). 


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-Karshaka 1. Ploughman; cultivator. 

( M— QP t ) — 2. iSrBs which seek 

■food from the earth by scratching it with 

their talons (e.g. cock ); scraping "laird, 

3. A standard of weight,' -equal to one 

T6Fa; bV ^f a Seer. 

1. Attraeting;'puIIing; ' 

( QSQI— 41 ) ' JlV 'Oq^QI— ■ ; 

2. Ploughing. 

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~ ^Karshalia ^1 S^ $19-^1. Agriculture; 

farming. 

? I G^ Wl; 9a 9Q9I -2. Ploughing, 

''•. I <S*Wt9t '^891--: ;3. .Attracting; piling. 

-*■ i -©^wi; q%$m — 

*: 4; Driving- oiit; expulsion. 

* I 3lgt9l^5« Bringing,: - 
GQ. S. — * I a<5 *3 — 1. Insult; outrage. 
■j | -'.QQtei — -2* Destruction. 

KarshaniS Farmer; cultiTator. 

Karshamya <. 1 q<a G99IQ Qaqg — 
1. Cultivable^ arable. 

> r«9&1q;-%«aiGTOiQ GSiew— 

2. To be drawn or pulled. 
Karshapana ©91 S?Q$ ( <jgt%Ca <*9I "BTOIOSQ 

sqto 9^§)Q s3^QQae$TOGem) — 

16 annas; one KahSha. 
Ea^ehi - Karsha 2 ( See ) 

■ Karshita v 1 ^ $q SIQg9l; ^%~~ 
1. Cultivated; ploughed." 
J I £31 G91Q^9l— 2. Drawn; pulled. 


T£arshu 1. Fire of dried cowdung. 

-? 1 q$<i|. 99 3 QIQ - 2. Artificial canal. 

* I. GflQQl — ^* Livelihood. 

v I ( +§p. ^ ) 9§— 4. Cultivation. 

* I GS§>GQ WQ «IQ — 5 - A furrow. 

V^99l S§9 fl ffli©— 6.A canal dug for 
offering rice-cakes to the manes. 

Karhi , When.. 

Karhichit, G^G^ GQ?^I§ ^IftGQ ^1—1- At any- 
time whatever; whenever. 

> I GPfe® 9^GQ— 2 -^.t a «7 time - 

'Eal " 1. Machine; eagine. 

>|-q$ — 2. Ormdingxaill. 

* 1 G^fel© — 3. Artifice; stratagem. 

v \ .^a§ — 4. Fraud; deception; hvpocrisy. 

&QQ. Q (Q°. 9*j— <> I ^9%G9^FQI% ©IgQQ^ 
Qigg — 1. A eall given to a doctor to 

visit a patient. 

-? i G9ltJSQ WftfQffl ©QQ9I ai5 0sa^ ©iQq— 
2. A call to a party in a case. 

* I flQQdl OQIQQI 910* 99 ©QGT^_ 6s>Qq^ 

©fl^l — 3. A call given by a client to a 
legal practitioner to conduct a case. 

QQ9©— €9. M— GS»©; «RWW®1% «W©I 
Kalkati ^?9 — Relating to or made in Calcutta. 

Qfi^— GQ. «— WW i£M )— 

Kalkal Kalakala ( See ) 

OQ9J—SIGQ- ( ^iGQ^Q; GflWiqS ) Q (e. TOQI5 QQ " 
Kalka ^. QQGQ )— qS»l*SL«IQ9IQ ©R^ — 

.The mouth-piece or firepan of a 
hubble-bubble. 

9Q9— £?€Q. : 9-.( &Q! ? ;^1 )— Qia.QQGQ SqGQOGQ- 
Kalki g^| , 99I; qpi *$? ^Ql aglQTQ^Q 3Q— 
^f#t Bird's feather set with, gems for being, 

SJSJift worn over crowns and turbans by kings 

and nobles.. 


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Qfi^C^— GQG^. Q ( Q. QQQt ) — SIO Gei|G) % — 
Kalbhat Culvert. 

Qfijfll— -'G3G9. (SflQ^li Q^l Q ^^ ^a — QK?i) 9 — 
Kalina tpfi^lMMir aflSft G9iqft$ Ga§*a eiGQ 
-spiral q^q <l£ S^IR SQOIW 69IQ08 — 

q^iH T That part of the Koran which 

proclaims that there is only one God. 
[ g — <^I SpGjqi© afc flQTO 91 Q-J 9IQ*t I 

SGW 1 q^ia qowi' G9Gs> <9i G9is% «9i 

KalmS par4t#ib» *JOGQ q@Q QQQ9I — 

^wprl*tGt*T'~ - ^convert a non-Muslim into 

5>&jrT<I<£TOT Mahomedanism. 

Kalma parffiiba «W TO^GQ gsiqffQ QffiSIl «°a%- 
.VPH «|Bl ,$?6Q€9!R QQTOI 9Q91— 

sp^iHT T^fT 1. -(-at Muslim ) To recite the 

Kalma - portion of the Koran 
* while worshipping. 

2. ( a non-Mus&m: ) . To be converted to 
■?■_;: Mahomedanism. 

Kalsa BauHsa ( See ) 

99 (ai$)— q— <* I *J€> «W 5 Q9 ow- 
Kala (root) 1. To utter a sound. 

> I QW W9I— 2. Tp move; to go. 
* I filtiffiH QQ9I — 3. To count. 

. Kala *. I 39s§ fl«Q ^S>— 

1. Low musical sound. 

j> | ylQSjQ^as? — 

2. Low soft note. 

3. Humming; buzzing sound. 


4. Slightly audible musical sound of 

flowing water. 

* i aio Q«a i ai^^o as — 

5. The Saja tree; Shorea Kobusta. 
9 1 ^ — 6. Semen virile. 

9 I sqgij'QSH — 

7. Tender shoots of plants; sprout.] 
r\ ( +QQ. w )— asig— 8. Indigestion. 
GQ. 9. ( e. 9»l )— <* I as— 

T. Machine; engine. 
^ I G$?£IG) — 2. Tactics; stratagem. 


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3. A mouthful of food or water. 

"v 1 91^ 4 qiq ^£JGQ q9l €i§Qgq ; q«i- 
ct^QQ <Q qiqi — 4, The cavity between 
the jaw and the cheek. 

9§GR «§ ©Q *IQ 9ft eaig) ! 

*.l %©ai; 9QQ; «8 — 5. Hold; convenieirce. 

^ I GQfa3 SIQ ^&iGQ ^191 gjg £W gai^ 

Ol^iQiq SI°a — 6. Material and working 
part of a machine. 

9 I Wi«lj 2jy1ffQI — 7. Control. 

0$1 9|S 991 ft* «^S 9H« * 

OS 991 » a^9 g*@ e©$_ i ^s^9» fl^lQQO. eii^ i 
r | ^e^l€l — 8. Opportunity. 

C I J3^l— 9. Trap. 

^° I ^iq§)9tQ aQ 91 QQ| — 10. A bite. 

G9ie« §9<3fl qa » ^gsi 9 «ifl© eia§ ^e» i 

OQS(W— 91. G9G9. Q. ( Q°. 0G1«||Q ) — 
Kalaktar QGQOta ( GQ'Si ) 

Kalektar ( See ) 

KaJLakantha ^ | g^IQS — 1* Cuckoo. 
j I 9°q — 2. Swan. 
. • I aig— 3. Pigeon, 
v.l 5jqQ — ^4, Peacock. 


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(Q99«fl — %1) Having a sweet tone; having a soft 

low voice. 
9QQ©|— 91 e— ©61TOI ( G9«! ) 

Kalakata Kalikata ( See ) 

9QQQQ — GQ. 9. ( q^QQj ?T- 901 + 30. VQ§ ) — 

Kalakadara qgy|. q£<3|Ci-^Opporfcunity. 
QG©©Ql— €Q. Q. ( QQQQ )— ^ I QQ Q| £J$|Q— 

Kalakabija 1. Machinery. 

^^^1 V I 6«M QOQ «h$qti ^°€10^— 

^w»i«>> 2. Inner mechanism of a machine. 

Kalakala ^ | s^g q^Q ^q — 

1. Low sweet tone; murmur. 

> i ^q% a,© a&j ctqlq a$— - 

2. Low grave noise heard from a distance. 

m I ©OGJISQ QQ — 3. Rippling or gurgling 

sound produced by water flowing on "a 

rugged surface. 

v I QQQ1Q €©101903 GQIQaiO — 4. Noise; 

outcry of a crowd. 

* I aiO £>eMiS — 5. The oilj substance exuded 

from the Sala tree. 

1. The sound of gargling. 

^ 1 GatGQ asnfi gqi<3 G9i< q$$ o"§qi sq— 

2. Sound inside the stomach due to 

indigestion. 

* 1 qaigaitf cat saGQ gwi QsfaeT as— 

3. Sound inside the stomach due to 

extreme hunger. 

v 1 ( e. qqq ) qqIqsjigq oSSdfe Q§21Q 

QltGQ GSQ ©§91— -4. Excessive salivation 
a pregnant woman. 
( sfcll— 01 aiiGQ GSa ©090 9€JS; G9 9»9fi 
9$ G9G© GQa ©i$J I ) 

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Kalakala TOJ |[IQG$ <G3€QGd OQIQSiq, GO%t 


'9Q9IQ £1Q — Sound of small fishes 
struggling to escape in shallow or 

narrow water. 
G<5». CK1— *ia Qj ©SO ; QTOQ— Eestless. 

QQ9QI— G9. 9— (qisi) q%9 e^iQ qQ qs?HS>Ga<a— 

Kalakala JSTame of a small estate in the district 

of Cuttack. 
GQ. $$ — «. I 90QO-€IQ Qty$Q\ — 

L Making a rippling or gurgling 
sound (as of a liquid flowing on 
a rugged surface ). 
V I G9IOI90 €IQ Q^jpi — 

2. Making a brawling noise. 
«(»©Q|QOr— GQ. Q. {&h)X%. OOQOiqfllQ ) — 
Kajakalaiba ^ | QOqq^j^ qq^i — 
^T^PSTt^ 1. To produce a gurgling sound. 

2. To raise a loud noise or outcry. 

* t aipiQ gH?© QQ91 (ecjialffia to) — 

3. To wash utensils. 
OOOQiqfllO— e. W- («O0O+Q(J. SJQ )— 
Kalakajayamana ^ | qqqq ^q QQ^QI — 

1. Making a gurgling noise. 

2. Producing a confused noise. 

9fi*©«ai— C9. ^>^!— qq^iqsi) ( gq«i ) 

Ealakalia Kilikalia ( See ) 

G©9£>Qi— G9. ■?. (Wf) ( e- ^OQOI^qift )— 

Kalakaliba qqqq €1Q 9qqi_To produce a 

WW1 gurgling sound (used in poetry), 

9Q9IA— €9. f (e. TOI+O^)—^ I 3^iq flgo OT_ 
Ka lakama 1 . "Work turned out by a machine, 

*<!&%T«hUt 2. "Working in a factory. 

©Q9IQ«I9I— CT. 9 — G3Q 9IQ«1Q!GQ QO$|q Q|g 
Kalakarakhlna ^<j — Machinery workshop^ 

4*l4l<** factory, 

Kalaki Kalki ( See ) 


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Kalki ( See ) 
«»GI|$ — GQ. §> — V I GQftGII'9 — 

Kalagarcii 1. Railway engine; steam-engine. 

J I GSQCIIf) d^lq OGQj GSI$Qei|f> — 
2. Carriage propelled by machine; 

motor car. 

QQQ— QQQQ. 9- ( £Ql )•— Qfi^e ( GQ3 ) 

- Kalagi Kalki ( See ) 

9»e«ai@l— GQ. Q— QQGQ ^1 GOfelG^IQ Q^q,09 9Q>- 

Kalagborda Q© QTO efy fiJQIGQ Q^flQ G«3I9I — 

<Ft«W*iM Huge representation or image of horse 

*<a*rai<JI made with paper, cloth e*tc. moved by 

a man working it from within. 

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Kalaghosha §qj ^gl^ OS> fl^ 3C% GQI3 SIW) 

— GQIQ£> — Cuckoo. 

•9SW- «r; 9. (9=5^ w+ws ai^-goQ swi 

Kalanka + ©<g. «. Qsy qq y|^=»Q^| ^ 9) 

+ Q& «jqr ) — ^ I ©% <9IC| — 

1; A spot or mark. 

* I SKjLfy GQIS — 2. Blemish; defect 

• ) *ii$en$tiQQ QiQ9flQ€>e »toi — 

3. A stain on metal. 

v i ^rfi«i; aehiQ. sisra — 

4. Scandal; stigma. 

5. E-usfc on metals due to chemical action 

of the air. 
<QG)G?Q§iQ— g. Q..( £><|1 OO; QKf+QR© ) — 

Kalankabhanjana <. \ Q<5fa9 Qh§^ aEIQIQMQ 

GQi<a%q§ wi— 

1. Freeing a man from guilt or stain; 
removing the stain from a man. 

) I £314 m GQQ *y SIQQIQ^ <Jg GOTI— 

2. Freeing one s self from blame by 

explanation or proof. 


GfiWQ— *. 9. ( 953°=WG|^+q?g a|§_==€IQ 9WI 
Kaknkasha + 9$, 21 )— §°9_Lion. 

QQG?$I— sf. $. ^ ( QQcyg 4-^ n ) — ^|©©i« — 
Kajankasha Clapping of hand. 

WON— 91. 5*1. ( St. QQtf )— SBtfl ( GQ3 ) 

Ka lanka Kalanki f See ) 

QffilS— GQ. Q. ( 3. Qfi»? )— *II%Q 5IO— 

Kalahki R us t n metals. 

gi. Q. ( ST- 9«j1 )— ©f^Q 9€l?l «>l QQlWaiQ— 
The 10th incarnation of Bishpu to fight 
out sin in the Kali age 

©q§»— sr. m. ( ©osjr-i-sr»io bi^gq+qo )— 
Kalankita ^ | ©aq-qg. aaaGaiqal— 

1. Stigmatised; disgraced. 
J I QIGRS1I — 2. Spotted; stained; soiled. 
» I aaQ^O— 3. Defiled. 
v I SiaQI99g— 4- Defamed; scandalized. 
* I 9&qjjj (aiQ) — 5. Rusted (metal). 
^ I aiaqsj— 6. Sinful. 

Kalanki ^, )— §q§q ( ^9.3 ) 

( QQ§^ — $1 ) Kalankita ( See ) 

00$flHgi. §>f\. <|. ( e. Qft§fll ) — 
Kalankuni <l j gQqrqgi ( 4I )— 

1. Disreputable; ( woman ) of ill repute. 

qaiffiei. a[q»g 1 

Kalankura ©qq)| +9 ^. a )— TO!9 ^. ©qq^q— 

Eddy; whirlpool. 

g«0— giw. ( G1Q&I9 ) q— ^ j ais^i G9qG9Gfl 

Kalachi ecii^l^Qa Q 9191ft "qg G9IQ9QI eiQgi— 

1 . The state of rice becoming powdered 

instead of coming out whole after 

husking. 
> I qS& ( G^«» )— 2. Kuluchi ( See ) 

9£)©Q— GQ. §— GQq^Q GOS^ G9G*1% Qlf, Q^iQ 
Kalachuli m^iq ©gf gi|Q qj© sup q^Q| qq_! 

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Klajaka 9QQQ e$gg] jgieaKlj alf9©l ( QIQ 9| 

q^jl ) — Betel or nut which has been 

kept in the mouth for some time. 

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9fi£>G)— G9.Q— Q9QQ S19QGQ 99 Q| M><Jjq q9g«IIO- 
Kalaja la i£Q qq^ «99l 30* 99— Filtered 
^T*W water conveyed to the house by means 
^TSS^flsft of pipes in big towns. 

QtiKM— 91.9— 9G»I ( G9G1 )— 

Kalaja Kalija ( See ) 

9»9I9IQ — G9. 9—9^ %Q® G£IIQ— 

Kalajahaja A ship propelled by engine. 

9ft& — «. 9 (9+RffS? ai^==9§9l+9<§. ei)— 

Kalanja ^ I aefap. ©g|e^_ 1. Tobacco. 

-> I Q$I3]9<§ 9ff%>$— 2. An animal struck 

with «t poisoned arrow. 

* I GW Q©l — 3- Calamus Rotang (creeper). 

* I 9§l§i9<$ Q^Q Gl°q. — 4. Meat of an ani- 

mal struck with a poisonous weapon. 
Qft£| - 91. QQi. 9— 99ff ( G93 ) — 

Kalana Kalana ( See ) 

91. 9^1 — ^ I 9€l1^© — 1. Subjugated; brought 

under control. 

( £101— 9flte® GWl 9SQ 939W? iq W 90© 
G99l%<i «ffl I ) 

OQ€l]— GQ. Q (ST. 9fi>ftl)— ^ I fl^K?l3 QF^ — 

Kalapa 1. Calculation; counting. 

Q39°a G9S?I -Cg, <19I9 <3Stf G9|f «|? *Q €^, 

J I ^[©— 2. Estimate. 

$£$— g.$(9Q=»s1^ + G9^==^l^9^l+9(|. «l)- j 
Kalatra * I as>1 — 1. Married wife. 


j I ©QnGQ^i> 9^ 6 9?GQd- 

2. The hip and loins. 
* I *^Q — 3. Castle; citadel. 

4. The 7th lunar mansion (Apte) 
9QQI$— 69.9. ($.999+99)— a '$3 ^9»GQ 991 9% 
Kaladanta Q®Q|^ — Molar teeth; grinding teeth; 
<pc*i*wf^ the molars; the grinders.- 

9fiMIQO— G9- (99i) 9. (e. =99G£JfQ)— Iftl— 

Kaladhauta Grold.. 

904J9— «J. 9- (99+^Q)— V I qp|. g#— 
Kaladhuta ]. Gold. 

> I %£ll — 2. Silver. 

3. Low indi^tinc? noise. 
9»GSf©— e- 9. (9« + G^0)— 9QSJQ (G9«f) 

Kaladhauta , Kaladhuta (See) 

OOGSIfO «0— €9. 9^— ^Sftt© ©9 9 gg9GQ qplft 

Kaladhauta lipi qiq^q qq^ ^jg^— Characters 

written in golden ink in illuminated 

manuscripts, 

9®&js>— e. 9 — ^ 1 (flyo9Gqal; 9»+a© 5 99qg y©)- 

Kajadhwani ^jq^ q^Q ^^_ 

Low indistinct sweet note. 
^ I (9§^§j) — 9G0IQ— ■Turtle-dove. 

* I §9 — 3. Cuckoo. 
v I fl^Q— 4. Peacock. 

9Q9— e. 9. (90 aiSL+qs. «i9)« ^ 1 si^iq— 

Kajana 1. Calculation; estimation; reckoning, 

■> I yiQ^l— 2.*Holding. 
v I fll§9l — 3. Measurement. 
v I a^yiG> — 4. Wearing apparel. 

* I 99^1—5. Acceptance. 
9 I 9« f Q — 6. Seeing. 

9 \ 2IQPIQ- 7. Guess; supposition., 
r I @|9 — 8. Knowledge, a 

« I «IQ9li gig — 9. Feeding; eating. 

^,* rsSf<39 — l®- Crossing; overcoming. - 

^<. I 99-^11; 'Sign.- 


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O I GQ!S — 12. Fault. 

<* I apl^CIIO GQ9I — 13. Resounding; 

sounding. 

14, The male and female semens mixed 

together in the womh. 

*.* I GQOSj.©! — 15; The Ratan; cane creeper. 

16, Subjugation; subordination. 

<9 I ^ftftl— 17. 'Comparison. 

tr I siQaiQtfljaiQdl— 18. Realisation; compre- 
. - - hension; ascertainment. 

tti I SBOQ«"-C|g. : ^MI€lQ)— 19. Conduct. 

20. Causing; effecting, (M. TV.) 
*Vi «KN} :: ^ **© 9OTI— 21. Murmuring. 
}M ^g^^Cfo— 22. Moving to and fro. 

Kalana Kalana (See) 

Kalana kariba '' a&&0'Q€l9l; ^6Q aSQSI «Q9l- 
^Rl^?n 1 To comprehend; to ascertain; to form 
VMfKff aD idea - 

0IQ Ql 9ftQ fl*"«M ^Q ef " *» a ' 

* 99901. 9GS1W& I 

2. To ©^matel'to ascertain by guess, 

• ! Sl99l— * ' ; 

3. To measure; to fathom. 

©»QtQ— q. 9. fa* 3- GQi QS+W)flaQ Q9— 
Kalanada Sweet sousid. 

Kalanadi 3aQQ9QI<$— 

( QQQIQG1 — $1) Emitting a sweet sound. 

QQQ\ 09QI— W. $— ©$l Q©91; £*31 a$9l — 
Kalana par£iba ■ To be known. 

ftSfli QO» 9G(M fi> Q§> ooi fftwtf c«c^ fltq I 

9fifr$Q — G9. 9. ( 3. Qfitl^Q ) — 

Kalantara «^1 9^991 a© Q8GQ €991 «*> 9$9— 
?^5f Interest on money lent. 


9QG§— G9G9. 9. ( «. W§ )— V I -W G3*J 
Kalandar qqfijfll© TOQ 91 Wil^ ^J©a§Q 

^*55*^C 1. A Mahomedan ascetic. 

J I 9fc>Q Q!QQ€ag — 

2. Name of a half blood people. 
* i WP% WW 9i§— 
3. A person who has given away every 

thing he has. 

969 — G9G9. 9. (a. 9Qff=5i§. %ft. ST. Q%=*QQ9i)- 

Kalapa v I Gai9JSiGQ %QIGQ Q&Q S§ OTS) — 

^fffl 1 . Starch or paste laid by washermen 

5J5PK on washed clothes. 

[3— G3I9IAIGQ QC1I GI©SllSi §JS> 91 80qq£Q 
<5)9 3©QI 9^ %€1| Q9GQ G9I0 Q2J^ I 4TCIQ QQ^ 
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9€liSJ GaWWIGQ S£€H^L G^S)^ ©QSJi GQ^Hfl SJCIIGQ 

WOGQ » aq aG9 Qig" i ] 

^ I ai©Q 9lft% 90I Q€19! OlflT ©g*GQ G9M- 

§91 QCf^GSi'S — 2. A paint for making 

grey hair turn black- 

GQ. (golQ QQh) 9—^ I ( 5T- wia ) — $wj— 

1. Collection, 

^O 9IS© 69.Q *ogq 1 -as. s9Ga<aia5>»ra I 

^ I ( <J. W )— 9§qei ; $*a— 
2 Indifinite age; an age. 

G99IQ Shaa 91 9*1 — 3. A herb used for 
making people invulnerable against 

old age and death. 

aiQSQ sflftnl aPW i «giol. as»eo«loi 'i 

9ft aS I (Q«iW)— 91- Q— Q^^II QOiW ( G93 ) 
Kalapana (etc) Kalpana (etc) ( See ) 

Q»9©$— 9t. (QQm) Q- (e. M«%)— Q%©%( GQ^ ) 
Kalapataru Kalpataru ( See ) 

QQ09I— 9l. ; {S9i) 9 (S. WIH 9%9I Cw«l ).. 
aa Kalpana ( See ) 


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©Ofl©»— gi. (0Qi) 0. (e. ©w*)— QfifcQS ( c©«-> 
Ka^apabata Kalpabata ( See ) 

9S>0 g<g$$— gq. (qqi) q. ( e. ©<a+fl<gqp )— 

Kalapa mahjruha ©fiftjg ( GQ3 ) 

Kalpabruksha ( See ) 

«aa GS1Q9 o»Cfe 1 aid. Q^g^jq ( 

. ©flai — Gfi>. § — qqqi gogh ( gq«i ) 

Kalapa Kalapa chenga ■( See ) 

9«ai $qq>— gq. 9— $mi gqsti ( cq«i ) 

Kalapa chenga ■ Kalapa chenga ( See ) 
: ©G>9I COGM— GQ. Q— <]©©lag <TO— A kind of fish; 
Kalapa chenga Oppisee Phalassp. 

[ g— <i flisq 5$ qtag^aci 1 ] 

Kala pani Kakjala (See) 

©«§©— gi. (qq*,) $>®. (g\ q^o)— g^o (gQs) 

Capita Kalpita (See) 

■ ^ q* ©gao ^ sa ait $q— W9- ssisqs. to i 
QftaQl— 91. (flQi) §.(g>. Q%.a|£>^©<£ 91 (WflI ) 

Ka I a P ibs Kalpiba (See) 

sm 01 aeei «(?| 010 egoqst-si gsa eaeQ gg ^ aS) Ga 1 

-QQ9&— G^. «. (©lfl)-9IQQq©|©&©*a giol© qCH- 
Kalabarga g^g — Name f an anc i enfc kingdom 

in South India. 
[ o— Qg>QQ qia]© q©i g©iaqg g<?q <j q©«< : 

ws^— si©1© q@o 1 ] 

Kalabala ^jgQGQ 3@ ^2^ G99l) — 

ShRltft ^ 1 ^8d — 1. Affliction. 
I^Tsft ^ 1 sogj. atell— 2. Ailing; agonj. 
* I i3^l — 3. Acute pain; pang. 
qs^swsst qig a^jj a^r— qawio, QaQaseqiq 1 
■ TO*. W.— 1 I «K$ — 1. Ailing; pained; 

■ agonised. 

^^w j 1 al9© 3 ^3^3 — 

vf .-..■:■ 2. Troubled; distressed. 

'QQ9Q 8Sa«».C9IClfl|Q8 «?Q», ^€«l «£» €»QOCCl I 


* I §QQ — 3. Disconcerted. 

4. Afflicting; harrowing; agonising. 

* I © e^ 99GI§; — 5. Afflicted. 

Kalabala kariba 9QQ|j w ^ 9^91— 

^m^^rr To afflict; to inflict pain; to put into 
irpRTCHI trouble or hardship; to give pangs. 

©QQG>6Qf€l©— GQ. Q.— GQfa§ Q OT€!e , g,y Q 9SlQ| 
Kalab alakausala ©^G^SG^OT^ g^fl^Q gQia^ 

^^^ 4 «£|Qith ggai^_ 

T»w«iw^kT5I All conceivable means* fair or foul 

for bringing about a thing. 

Kalabala heba gciQI— To be sorely afflicted; to 
^rafi^esi be distressed. 

Stn^RT, *oi*Jt?HVfr 3 ^a^^NT 

. ©QOSiEfl— €9. QSI.— ©WQ (QQxZl) 

Kalabalia Kalabala (See) 

. ©»Q€1— G9. 90. — a^©o — 

Kalabasa ^ Worked by machinery. 

<?«l«^Q sfffl qfflcsf ^o^€) — Qg. cw^aswig 1 

©fi»^Gf— 5T, 9. (©©— fl^ a©+wr ai^-=qqg qq9 ( , 

Kalabinka +©|. B )-^ # | OS©. QQCifa Od- 

(©©Wfl-^l 1. Sparrow. 

^ I $§© Q©l — 2. Holarrhena Antidysen- 

terica; Echites; a medicinal creeper, 

* I §©IG©1%?!8 (G9Gi) 

3. Pitakorua (See) 
v i QQ>q? — 4. Taint. 

* I Q|Q — 5. Mark. 
^ 1 G^Q q53Q^- 

6. A white chowrie or hair-fan. 
©G>Qiq— G9. 9. — <G> ©IQq q.Q — 

Kalabir3 " Name of a plant. 

QO^— g. Q. (©©**a©©Q©i + OT(G«. «% «q,i ©q+ 

Kalabha q 'ai^+Q^ .«)_ v , qqq. , b Q ^ Q ^ 

9§9fQ© — 1. A young elephant aged 

Ba years. 


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-> i Qfai99 — 

2. A young camel. 

* I ai§_q CIS— 3. The Thorn-apple plant, 

Eala*bhashi #yQ§|<gl-^-Sweet-speaking. 

(«aq€dl-?tlj G9. §<a. %1 (e.9Qq€d]-sia£}999) 

9§9I (^1)— Sweefc-speaking (woman). 

•©Q0--GQGQ. 9. (Q )— m\ ^S> Q 9I G ^ l€ * S^~ 
Kalam A column in print or writing. 

*l*15[ 69. ©;^;Bjft9 ( 69«l ) 

qfjT^JT '■.'. Kalama ( See ) 

Ealama K * G90$ ai9<i; 3IQQ a|<?M— ' 
. "Ig^poter paddj. 

-> I ( + ®<l^*I^G9ta— 2. Thief. 

■ .' ** -. ... _ 

* I *$ 9<% 0^7-3. A cheat. 

GQ. Q. ^ I ( 3-^% QQ^I)— 

-<scili|*tt^, ^rspefffi 1. An aquatic creeper 

<K<fH 9 vfcg, "ESSfR . -. cooked for food; 

QQ. ^[©%Q Ipomcea Reptans; 

©I. GSMQQSr. Ipomoaa aquatica. 

^m -* i ($. 99% $9^) «© oi<si£[ qqi 3 sag"© 

1. A kind of firm-stemmed reed from the 
stems of which pens are made; Phrag- 

mites Communis. 

-Oftfl— €9. 9. ( S. ^?Si«- 9I9IQ. ©19151 »GQ «0Q« 

■ Ealama 9^3 €JQ^ efi§§ fl|§) q% QQQ ^9JQ 

^R 9f99!Q GQ<ai<ai«- nx®Q q^© G9IS 

3T3* fllWGQ (S32JI G93©q j , GW«l/ OtWQ* 

9 91$) G©«fli SI&© ©©9 as? 9£, oa 

aflQG©racQ < ^a gig" 1 §p. si. Q^q. 

go. 9£*g ; ©1^. 9$s ; q%1q. qg^si )— 
^ I 9IQCG* GRqi91$ gr«kh — 
1. Pen; reed pen. 


> 1 9§teoQ oft ypn qg& oq swgsis — 

2. A penlike instrument used by goldsmiths 
for chased work and embossing. 

[ 2~< 9OTQ gig oSterciiGQ iff 1 %ai qqgq 

<?9l«fl ©Ifl G^llW 9QSJ I ] 

goq qjjiqq gqQQi aGQ ©i^^jgsi cia^_ 

CIQ QCiQI QGQ^IhGQ Qj^ll CIS^ GOQ 
SJ^W ^q G9IQ Otl39l 91Q — 
3. A graft. 
v I R961 g^Q 9Qiaq ^)^©Qg^ SW, 9191 — 

4. Crystal ( e.g. of salt ). 
* I 910 4IQJ g^QGQ Q%©. a^l ^GQI^l 910- 
<S(fJ — 5- Prismatic pieces of glass sus- 
pended from chandeliers; prism. 
QQfl^©— G9. 9 — GG>G3I9Q < GQ3 ) 

Ealamauida Kalamohara ( See ) 

©QCj QQ91—GQ. 9—^11 eiQ^ OIQ 91-g g^§| QIQ% 
Kalama kariba £>£fl €1Q ®^IQ9I — To cut a graft 
^«m ^1 from a parent-tree. 

QQ« QIO— flIGQ. (9°^) Q — <IQ S9IQ aiff — 
Ealama kathi A species of paddy, 

9$q 0QIQ9I — GQ. § — ^ I GQ£fQi-*- 

Ealama chalaiba 1. To write; to wield the pen. 
<F5TC5t*lft J I WhQ GR^I §E1GQ 9R^^iq €I|Q Qlf 
^5TO g^JTSTT G991 — 2. To score through a writing. 

©ftaqq— gq. q - g©^ eta qqsi ©?ig^ si^q qq^ q^i 

Ealamachara G9IQ agQ G9IQg9l OQQ QQ — 
^rftet^! New graft taken from a parent-tree. 

QQP q©«>l — GQ. §— 9Qa ©QIQ$i ( GQfll ) — 

Ealama chajiba Ealamachalaiba ( See ) 

©aaoie— G9G9. 9 (tri. 9^91*33)— 9§ GC39Qr ^qgq 

Ealamajari g^g 91 S(^9|Q — Mastery over many 
^JWrin" persons; 

9aflG9l«T-G§GQ. ^- ( a. 9Q^G9l§ )— 
Kalanaajor v | GR§QIQ 951€i|^, 
^ICRWfi? X. Penmanship. 


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e© cai©sQ C9G9 <j, otgqisg'* s? £09, c©C9 €9$ -so 06 ocn*Sfl Wo W30 > si v Wo $4 91 flwiq§ sq cats?i% c$9 I aeii— • 1 
'aid' 9 Soso 'oifi* wi©s^ \a* 9 £ QGS '9a' G$as9 ; 9^ 9 aiQGd *9tf 99#G9 ; 'acw' 9 aictf^ 'as* C9469; 'asro* 9 qiqcq 'a^9tf C9«C9 1 ' 


2. The might of the pen. 

^qQI — 3. The capacity of man to obtain 

from the authorities what he wants by 

means of forceful writing; success in 

penmanship. 

6?GQ. W — 3IW «!§. GS$QIQ ffiOl Big — 

Wielding a powerful pen. 

Q©a69iQ—e§€Q. © 3 m— 9fiW6©iQ ( ot« )— 

Kalama jori Kalama jar (See) 

Oft«^lffl— GQ. §• 6 M—GSWQfcia (GQ3 )— 
Kalamatan Lekhanatan ( See ) 

9^ft©Q9— G9GQ. $ — 9fi*fl$ra C G93 ) — 

Kalamatarasa Kalamatrasa ( See ) 

QQfl 9GG>Q§QI— GO- &— «IQiQ 3TOIQ aiflGGQ 9KH 
Kalama tale rahiba QQQI — To serve under the 
authority of another's pen; to serve 
under another. 

9Q3 ©19! €}$9I— GQ. 9— 9R9 QQl^ Q§QI (W«l)^ 
Kalama fcaja rahiba Kalama bajay rahiba (See) 
Q<33§!~~ «t. M (Q£> + 3^) — ^ I W«1Q— 

Kalamatta 1. Intoxicated; infuriated. 

J 1 ^O — 2. Drunk. • 
* I 9® — 3. Maddened. 

QQcwie— wgq. ( 8a. 9G*s©q*a ) §— qw oiwiq 

Kalamatras gq — 

<pe1H^irW „ Fen-knife. 

9Qfl9l»— G9GQ. Q ( 28. 9^391% Q9. 2l9§Qiq^ 
Kalamadan a|gjf9l9) — 999 Q&QIQ aip <?| 8KIQ- 
^»i*l*ri*f Pen stand; a bos to keep pens in; 

<*i<ri**^I«i a pen-case. 

OQflQI©— GQG^. 9 (si)— 99WIQ ( G93 ) — 

Kalamadani Kalamadan (See) 

©aneasi— 69GQ. 9 (a)— ww $§ — 

Kalamapesa The profession of a clerk 

or writer. 

9«a ©eiq^ q^oi— G9-' q— («wn*iQiae)— qiot ©ish 

Kalama bajay rahiba 6 2ty$IQ 99919 eig§ 
**W ««rl?MWl ^§91 "0KII— $1$ ! datiJ9£{ 9ti& 90P5L 


^HT SRH^n Q§ ! ) — C Used in blessing ) Pen- 
manship or power with the pen or 
position or power to continue for 

ever.. 

QQO?9— GQ. QS1— QWI^ ( GQO )— 

Kalamabanta Kalamabaj (See) 

$QqQ©~ GQQQ. (£PI) 9 (<?©Q2B Q«|)— GQf^iS G«ISG» 

Kalamaband Q<asj%G^ Q^IQQI^ aS^^» ©Wl — 
^j<?1i|<j*Vr Reducing an oral statement into 

*^*<«i^ writing- 

fl^y! Qsaa Qig 901 oi9' fl ^wsq ff 3 

M.— (GOfq© ©ai) GQ«ii gwi;«8q^— 

(oral statement) Eeduced to writing. 

Q^flQQ v ^QQ|— GQ. •?— GOT^ AQIfiVQ© QJ G^G» 

Kalamaband kariba Q^J]^ GR% Q^IQQI — 

<pcq^«vr<p-a| To red uca an oral 

^5TR5p^%??IT statement into*writing. . 

[ g— 6§>eiiGQ g^iicssi mQQ 6 g^G^ g^G^i Q°q^?- 

( £iai ^.rv^ g|QQ GQ^GSlfli GQQQiq?liOQGQ >■ 

983919— €$G9. ( ffl. ) W— ^ I GdS^IGQ Q|^- 
Kalamabaj 1. Expert in penmanship. 

Wl«l* -> I PW60IQ qQI ( Qh§ ) — 
^ToTR^TST 2. Wielding power by means of the 

pen;* powerful with the pen* 
* I SKWI GRq9IGQ ©q§— 

3. Always engaged in writing. 

QQfl ftiQQI — GQ.3— ^1 QftflGQ gifllffs ©fi G«8g*59I — 
Kalama mariba 1. To scratch a line by the pen. 
■^•tawWI ^ I Q^fl^iq GQ^I G9!Q?[QI wqq, Qlf 

^S^nTKHT gQQi — 2. To score through a writ- 

ing with the pen.*- 

9«)fl6a$|— GQ.Q (e. OOq. + QOIJ— QOfl. GQAU (GQCI) 

Kalamalata Kalama 1. 2, ( See ). 

«»q9IG|— GQ. Q(^. ©Q^ + aiQ)— W«. G9A. (G<?3 ) 
Kalamasaga Kalama 1. ( See )/ 

9©fl«— 9U ( ®W } 9. ( ». wa )— 
Kalamasha ^ | $qq\ — 1. Dirt. 

^»PW ^ ! 5^* 9 — ^ Bad act. 

*^Q9 v 1 aia— 3^ Sin. 

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■w I €^l«9 — 4. Fault; defect. 
* I 9QQT — 5* Stain. 
GQ. W — <• I flQOli SWI— 1. Dirty; foul. 
; I aial— 2. Sinful. 

Oftfll— €9GQ. ( «0WI ) Q—O^l ( GQ« ) 

Kalania KalmS ( See ) 

G<3>. 9. ( ST. QR% «9I 9Rfl Q^ g^ ^|^ )— 

. ^Q ^laiOQ 1 QiJ%$Q — Rings of hair 

done into curves by ladies on the cheeks 

- by the side of the ears. 

■ ■ . -.' ■ ■ wea^ 00,901 i 

OT. €?«—:< i"9q Ql 2IC|^ QSJI £Q TOI SIQ^QI 

( 9*9ai«Q^@» )— 

"„ .^ 1. (W^ ) Arranged like a hook below the 
■ ,- ^ - - temples. 

si§" asftKiftp.gi^-aiCfl sqai %$» §«3q i 

- ^ I, QR9 G"Q3IQfl9l (Qg) — 

2. ( tree ) Grafted; produced by the 

process of grafting. 

«q3— gq. q* ( 3. swi )— Q»ft (■ wa ) 

Kalami Kalama ( See ) 

QQ3 — G9G^. W- ( ». QfiWl )-VI «S% Qfil?l $QQ| 

Kalami ^^|»1<5fiq Slftl*?© (€|Q) — 1. (tree) Grafted; 

<^^t produced by the process of grafting. 

, €3Bft ) \ QG& G91^9r:Cl8^Q^Q ( TO ) — 

2. (fruits) Produced from grafted plants. 

3. Shaped like a pen; pen-shaped, 
v | QMQIQ — 4. Crystallised. 

* I 009$ — &• Reduced to writing. 

(Sleil — QG$ QQ19I§) 

5. ( an. Qqal-f-S?. m] )— 

1. Mango graft. 

-> i to8 GiaGG? Ere9i n$\r- 

2, Mango fruit from grafted tree. 

©^q qgi^iq— ctgq. §- ( a. Qfi$,dl+ ^919 )— 
Kalami ijahar ( ^?©QSfl sq )— fl|QGJ%? G9l|GQ 
^s^[ mm SJG9Q CTQQQIQ QQ«IJ QI4Q QQQI OGQ 
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«Waiq— G9. ; 
Kalami amba 


G^SGQ 0I9IQ ^g^© @2I§} —A prelimi- 
nary statement made on oath by the 
complainant and recorded by the 
magistrate immediately on the filing of 
a petition of complaint. 

©Qsqq— w. s(en. q^1+q>. e^D—w^ (gq^)— 

Kalamichara Kalamachara (See) 

9«ifl6@!^— GQ. S> ( WM Q^l )— 919I0GSJ 9h9§?> 

Kalamicjol ^l qiqqq^— A kind of narrow 

<Fi*n*ffa and long sail used in ships. 

*S't0^^5 QS^L «Qfl C9IQ «Q PQQI3I0 GS« GQQ 

QQP€1I€1 — GQ. ^~QQ51 aid ( GQ« )— 

Kalamisaga Kajama saga ( See ) 

QG& G€HQ— G96Q./9. ( SI. SWfl + EN. Gaiq )— 


Kalami sora 


OQqtf — G9. ©■ 
Kalamuan 


1. Name of a crystallised salt; 
Potassium Iodide. 

2. Crystallised Nitre or Saltpetre. 
Name of a kind of paddy. 

o»q«— gu § 6 Qfl— toss ( g^gi ) 

Kalamusha Kajamasha ( See ) 

QQGai^Q— CT. 9? ( sr. QQi+eri. q9Q )— 

Kalamohara qqq ^igQ ©^q* C9IQHQI q$QQ 

^^^< 3^: Imitation gold-mohur prepared 
with the help of a machine to. resemble 
genuine' old gold coin. 
Ofi^— e v 9. ( QQ ^l%=Qi3^ ^91+9$. Wt ) — 
m Kalamba ^ | ^{^ €jq=1. Arrow. 

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■J I «I|€IQ G®^- 91 ©IS?'— 

2. The stalk of a pot-herb. 

3. Kalama 1 ( See ) 

v I Q9^ CIS— 4. Anthocephalus Cadamba 

( tree } 
©«q«h- CTG9. Q. (G>lfl) — aGflftOI SDQ^IQQQ^QI $%<§ 
Kalambas G§gG9€l1^ 9\ 99— Columbus, the dis- 
coverer of "America. 


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V I QG>9\ €I|Q — 
1. An aquatic plant used in cooking. 

> I glQIQ $WQ$ gQI QlOl — 

2. The vein behind the neck. 

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Kalambi Kalambika (See) 

O^®— 6?€9. ( Q° ) Q— * I (Q°. Qfifcg) Qfif. 9|— 
Kalar l s Colour. 

> I ( Q°- QSIQ )- G9QGQ 9<33>i§9l 0^91 91 

WiQ 9f— 2. Collar. 

«*§ 9«*§— GQ. M. 6 219^. ( aOi^Q^I )— 
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Kalakala ( See ) 
TOQ9— g. Q— v 1 ( q. [a. GQ ; «=fla$*ja&- 
Kalaraba " qg Q9 )'— 9QW> *m— ' 

i. Gurgling sound. 

> I flaq S!g t a£> — 2. Low sweet note. 

* I ( aiq, qgqiqsiic? ) aglfligii5f qyQ 39 — 

3. Cooing or twittering of birds (pigeon, 

• do Ye etc). 

■* I (9§§1g) a[q99— 4. Pigeon. . 

* I $GEII$— 5. Dove. 

9 I G91W— 6. Cuckoo. 

9.«»g— G^- 9. (3- Qie*G9$)— <. I ^€9IQ £}©| 6 OgQ 

Kalara Qg WlffQ — 1. A creeper producing 

$. Q&1£[ — edible bitter fruits; Hairy 

QIQGQS, QO% Memordica; Memordica Charantia*. 

wri; k? <g$ qs 9©sso 6 GgSGat; 

G©: 9I9QG©|^ <9I al©Sld«i, 6W9, R<^ 4 Q§- 

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> I <0 391Q <ji«aq— (9GQ%| 9s- SQ-iq^l I) 
2. A kind of black cumin-seed. 
Wnrt G9G9- (0°) 9. CQ°. 9G^q)— 9Q©i ; ^©Q|— 
^ ^TT Cholera. 

Kalarapaturia Kalarapatria (See) 

9«gMai---G9. $♦ (e- qiqgm+q«)— ©wig— 

Kalarapatria Leopard; Felia Pardus. 

( g — -c QIQQ GQ9GQ Q^a§) eil^QSj flQiq^i 
qoi seitaai qici eii-o i) 

GQ. Qdl. — QQQ a^ 3Q ©Qqg — Having spots 
resembling the leaves of the Memordica 

creeper. 
Q^SQQ €g— 91, Q. (9l9ldlGQ 9«)9?9 a9€fdp £|G^IG1; 
Kalarei phula ^q. 9%QG9^)— 9^qqQ — 

The flower of Memordica. 
OQ©— $.3. (S 1 ^ y|^=C1^10! QQ9i + 9^.ao)-t I ©qq- 
^ a ^ a I a 1. Womb; uterus. 

J I Q^ei — 2. The embryo in the womb. 

GKM— «. Q.— 9Qg (GQ«l) 

Kalasa Kalasa (See) 

9^€l— ^. 9-— 9OT (G9<H) 

Kalasa Kalasa (See) 

©M ^©©i— gq. 3.— fiQia c .a?>, 9h§ qasq 9Qs^ 

Kalasa dhaliba ga 2iQ!g)9l —To pour out water 
^Pf PW over a person from a pitcher. 

[ ^— S^QGQ 9QS1 QQ| ai< Olg. Q©S)^ a|g 
8QI 5IW I ] 

QQQ OQIQOI— G9. ^— 1 I GW? 8 ^ 91 9|Sf09 

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^P^lt^ ^Q9! — 1. To set up a pitcher 

^Sg^tfT filled with water on starting 

festive or ceremonious rituals. 

J I 9ICIW Q^9GQ q<i?'9%siGQ 91 9$pQ ^Q 

aj^GQ qs?p9 atf^sj giaft 9Ci9i— 

2. To place pitchers filled with water 
in front of the door on festive 

occasions. 


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Kajasa bhSngiba GWi — 1* To shatter a pitcher 

to pieces by throwing it down. 

> I (fllQGQ Olff $1 Q$>!SGQ ©01 GQStelGSGO) 

QQQl — 2. To draw the picture of a 

pitcher on doors and walls. 

-<QMI — OT. 9 — * I QQ8$ S§© G£I9 QQl9oi <£Q 3SIQ 

Kalasa QlQQGi Gft G91Q 9Q«DRGQ G«l|Q|£tel GilGt — 

<=fife8T<fcft 2. Long grooves cut on the edge of 

two planks intended to fit into each 

other tightly. 

-> I GQIQL W9iatl?IIW^0SRQeiCSII99l©5lG9 
^QtflQQ Q3<30 QI©%OM9I8IQQGQQQr 
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chisel used by carpenters to make 

• grooves on the edge of planks intended 

., 1)0 fit into each other tightly. 
* I QGpfaQ qCi^GaS — 3. Name of a, musical 

strain. 

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siotgq Gas oti«i fliq <io atlQ 

. - frflwtoin r %aQai« qiq% «Ga ofi ^q q*iq 

OOOIQ 2IGS Oil ^Q Q^IQ ©II ^i°€l 9q% 

To cause two wooden planks to fit into 

each other tightly by making half-grooves 

in both. 

■■GO'S— giw. (GwaiqsO 9- (ff. oosflj^Oj s*. o^li)— 

Kalasi 0«S V ( GQ«1 ) 

Kalasa 1 ( See ) 

«©TOI— G9. $ — 0O9IQ0I ( G9«1 ) 

Kalasiba Kalasaiba ( See ) 

•ooa1— ST. 0. (OOa+SQIQGQ. §)— G&£ 0O3 — 

Kalasi A small pitcher. 

Kalasodadhi The sea, 

Kalasa w^. n ) — 


1. Water-jar; a narrow mouthed 

waterpot. 

[ <g— ©^ bk^ucq OoqQ Qsha*°" w^ ^© <>• 

^fler a 6 q5?" r mf,© gwi $©© i 

> I G9$oq €j?p qqgq gieo 9fjl9lQ stow*— 

2. A cupola; an ornamental jar set up on 

the top of the dome of a temple or 

buillding. 

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GW1 al'SL 5 ! — 3 - A water-jar filled up 
with water and set up in ceremonies 
and worshipped first. 
v | egltfl Ql r G9Q QQ^I^ (§. €IQ?liaQ)— 

4. A unit of measure equal to 8 Seers. 

* I (Ql$.--t»r 30IQGQ 9iqlQGa ^»9 oq^9i 
; ©G^iaoiifiiq 6 aial g9i— 

5. Name of a king of Kashmere. 

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(§. SQ^lflQ) — 6. A kind of dancing. 

GQ. 9. (^ST^ W) ^9l^piGQ^2«€lS , saipQG9 < 3- J - 
A water-vessel made of gold or other metal, 

QQQ-S. 9— WS1 ( GQ3 ) 

Kalasa Kalasa ( See ) 

9«3 2IIQ9I— G9.. £— 0O9 9^1091 ( G9fl ) 

Ka lasa thapiba ' Kajasa basaiba ( See ) 

Kalasarjunaba . The sea. 

Kalasi A. small pitcher. 

9©%Q-$t. Q. (fl. a.GQi ©SJ + IQi oo qg ^Q)— 
Kalaswara ^Qng ^^jQ €IQ — 

Low musical note. 

9Q@— e. 9. ( 9»=ei9i§ a^Q qq+90 yi^«- 

Kalaha q\q qq$\ i-©(|. a ) — «. I Q9I9— 

1 . Dispute; contention. 


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-> I 9O5 Q[SI9I — 2. Quarrel. 

"I £J3> — 3. Fight; strife. 

v 1 <39GW — 4. Sheath of a sword. 

* I Q£J — : *>- Boad; way; path. 

9 I €10©l; QgJOl — 6. Cheating; fraud. 

Kaiahakarl — 9«$9H; $?Q9\ } G9 $£> QGG) — 

(999$|Qgf|— $1) Quarrelsome; querulous; fractious. 

9»@§q — q- e?«a. SL° ( ^^§1§ )— Sftroiq ( G93 ) 
Kalahapriya Xajahakari ( See ) 

■ :: (W$gqi— il) 

QQ® QGIIQQi — G9. 3— flafl%$«$€W»lj TO9Q %J»aiO 
Kalaha lagaiba QQS>l — To pick up a quarrel; to 
^I^Tfffa provoke a quarrel. 

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Kalahamsa 9Qfl9l Q°Q ) — 

1. Drake; gander; swan. 
J I 9IStfl — 2. A Brahmana. 
-* r v QQ5(yq9l— 8..Agood king. 

4. The Brahma; the Divine Soul. 

* 1 wq q3dls>G€i<3 — 

5. Name of a mixed musical strain. 

Q§£j, $<§QG€]S — : 

6. Name of a metre with 12 or 13 syllables 

to a foot. 

Kalahamsakedara The name of a rhyme inOriya. 

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9G9I9 Q9 019 GQ^Q9 ?1«1 I 

Kalahantarita Qtt^lG^lg £>i^QiS>GeiS 3 Qi^Q Qf 

gid] g^Q qqq qsl mo. acjpgi (qi^qd— 

A class of heroines in dramatic works;, 
(a woman ) regretting afterwards after 
haying quarrelled with her husband or 

sweet-hearth 

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Kala ^ I SJ°a — 1. Part; portion. 

( SQI C«l S$Q G9I9CI. ^QlS> aQflq§g | ) 

2. A digi or ^ part of the moon's disc;; 

a phase of the moon. 

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are 64 in number; dancing etc.. 

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8 seconds. 

*oi fliees* aft erQ gqQQ — ^^|.Q3Q^o i 
* I Wfite) <10 99IQ V^ Qjd^ v gei — 
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Zodiacal sign;ten minutes of a degree. 


9 I ^3 QO.^q — 7. Interest. 

r I ©Q — 8. Mark. 

d I 9QO— 9. Estimating; calculating; 

calculation. 
*° I €9*11^3 G99 — 10. Brilliance. 
<.^ I 92^; 2Q — 11- Stratagem. 

c 12. Glory; majesty; wealth. 

\* I Sliqeh— 13. Power. 

^ I 997^19 $$\ — 

14, G-ood manly qualities. 

^* I GOfol — Boat. 

^9 I WmI — 16. Number. 

^9 I $lQ©8— 17. The menstrual flux; the 
generative fluid in woman. 

ir I Q^geiQ 1 G©m«|I 99^1 — 

18. The eldest daughter of Biblushana. 

19. The wife of sage Marichi. 

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20. The art of expressing hidden beauties 

and truths of Nature. 
JK I ^mQ 1 G99Q 9IQGCII? qQ 91 21°S— 

21 . One 3f the twelve parts of the 

sun's rays. 
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22. One of the ten parts of fire. 

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of the body. 


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->* I G9fa« — 24 Skill. 

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25. Tongue. 

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26. Letter. 
^9 1 £J^ ( §. €IQ€LICIQ ) — 

27. Machinery. 

GQ. 9. (5f. 91©)— X. I 9|9|— 

Black colour; dark colour. 

$q £iGQ «|Q flgg aqeq— %%<£<$• fl^igftO-a^l 
TPl, TNl ? I qa9QI — 
^15IT Lamp-black. 

* I 916)1; 991—3. Ink. . 

v I Si 1 ® * ®% Q i ^GQ GQ&QI QOI 

4. Colly rium. 

* I 9W-5. Taint; scandal. 
f> I 9QlQ£f — 6. Black paint. 
5> I 99I9IQ— 7. Black spot. 

^ I qqq — 1. Plantain. 
> I 2I£)<$» — 2. House-black. 

GQ. Q«l.— <5S9&3% — 

Of black Colour; dark lack. 

9Q— GQ. M — ^ I $®i W^l ( 9# )— 

Ka.la 1- Bone; performed. 

2. Doer; one who has done. 

fll€Q* WA W — 9QI; ^f^if— Black. 
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G$— (Gfl) 9Q — (He) Did. 
9«iQ— W. 9— 9«l% 9tl G9IQ Wl G9IQS19I ^^~ 
Kalai Q^l^iWQI — A sheaf of harvested paddy- 
's^; Sfat plants. 

.nwt; 3^ 

«QIQ— G"?GQ (®)Q^1 9W.=WI^) ©.— ©<W 
Kalai ^EtGQ W OQBIQ "WWI— The tinning of 


^^ copper vessels with a layer of molten 

^SQQ aw OI8* ^ slQ W§ QG9 ffi@ I ] 

qq\ qo1qq— gq. («r. w 6 qqIqq)— qiociq^Iq 

Eala indibara ©Q£Tg — Deep-blue lotus. 

9iQ ai ^9 sq^, ^»^i ^a Gfli aS, e»i qoIsq oqogq i 

Kalai Name of a popular Goddess. - 

9fig<l©— giG^. ( W49S ) © ( *■ QI»+©S^a )— 99 
KalSet QQIQS) ^Iia— A kind of black snake. 

Kalakatkat Very black. 

9QI99I — GQ. Q— G3Q fi^l QQIGQ fllfQ SIQaip gQQ 

Kajakana QSliq©l G9IQ a«0 ^O— The rags 

with which earthen cooking pots 

are brushed and washed. 

OtflQOl $G«QGQ©I— 6Q.8— (Sftfldia) g9%t©QOI^ 

KalSkana buleideba ©«Q a&Q g^ aQ|a r g^Q 

©QGO^I; q^Q^^Qtil gQ9l—To take 

away or steal' every article from a 

house. 

90I9Q— ST.Q. (pql ©9 WI=Qgs?9Q!+2fl9Q=§IQ ; 
Ka lakara sid |Q)- — qq — ^Moon (having phases) ♦ 

QOI99>l— €<?. 9.— 9«I9I^(G9«) 

■ Kalakahna Kajakahnu (See) 

9QI9G9.Q— GQ. Q.— 9Q!^IQ^(GQ ( 21) 

Kajakahnei Kajakahnu (See) 

9ftl9IO — W. W. — V I BQ ^1^1— 

Kalakath 1. Very black. 

j !99&— 2- Pale. 

( Qai 3 ^ G<^Q% ^iS® ^IG© aQ QQIQ ©!$_ 

aflQiQQiq^ 01 qj" ^?ffll9lo a§>QQ ) — 

%8<iOIQ 9! «qGQ ^JGQ9 ^ qSl^q 9QQI 

GaiC awiQ €i<3]QQ 9| Qoi a^aiQ aw — 

(a person) "WTiose body has become tan 
or brown by frequent exposure to 

the sun. 


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<9fti9rci — 6Q.9<i. $.— (tieQoor g© £$g Qiweera) — 

Kalakani q$[©i ($|) — (a term of abuse applied 
^r|^i^pt to females) Abominable (woman). 

-9©I91§{91— G9. 9. — <Q©l«iq aiQQ aiO — 

Kalakarttika A kind of winter-paddy. 

gl69. (6I99I9) 9.— W^ (9IO) (693) 

Asana'(wood) (See) 

9»I9I$9— 69. 9. ( 3- 9ISfltf )— 9I3SQ ( 9GQ$f 
Kalakasundi 99^3 ) (G9«l) 

Kasamardda (See) 

.. 90191ft — €9. 9. ($. 919 — 991+3. Si — 91- 91®; 

; . Kalakahnu <rj|qr G99 ehlSffl q9l^) 31^19' WW — 

1. A name of Srikrushna (on account 

" of his dark complexion). 

j i «9 QigqojwaiQ— 

2. A kind of winter-paddy. 
t99l%,U9l 9§9I— 69. fl9QQ— (Gtf3$ia) Q®l<S® 9<3£j$ 
Kalaku dhala kariba Q$q9GQ 91 ©a^Q ^9IQ 
S^lSf© 9Q91— ( figurative ) To prove a 
thing to be the exact opposite by mani- 
pulating evidence. 
■*90ISL»— $■ M- 9?- ( ^1 ®»5 9»i = 9G)l99HI + 
Kalakusala q^o) — 09h cflw 9QI9QhIGQ ©ad 
(99iq_€IQI — tfl) — Versed in the fine arts;, skilled 

in the elegant arts. 

-99I696Q9— A1G9. ( 9IG<W* ) 9— ( 09IQ 9$ 9»l 

Kaiakechendi ^91^ ' 3. 913 + Q$G>9 ) «|$9Gil 

GQI9 — A milliped (black crawling 

insect). 

?9fil€9L9Q— G9, W- q!~ <j|9#<S aaOT© ( q§.q 91 
Kalakotara 9g ) — Dark and dirty ( person or 
(9IGlG9l©q— 93) thing. 

69. Q— «ji9fc SQQ— Black dirt. 
XWaiG9?«9-€T. 9- ( 5>dl ©©■, 99| + G9faQ )— 
Kalakausala 99<tQl9l9 99I99hIG9 Gffqen — 

Skill in the elegant arts. 
*9QI GQ<a — fllG9. ( 3<3i©Q9l Si^ft )— 4939IQ ©Q9I- 

Xala khurSnti G1Q — A kind of fish found in the 

■ ■# 

Chilka lake in the Puri district. 


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9QIG19— giG9. ( 9iaq$ ) 9, ( $• G9M9© ) — 

Kajagrata SflS^Gfff — Embrace. 

9Q\ 6a$9l — 69. 3. (tf. 9l9+39<f1 )— 

Ka]a gheniba 2fl6fGQ sj&Q 91 9$9 9QIQ9I — 
To paint collyrium on the eyelids. 
9G»iq9— G9. 9. ( ST. 9I9 + Q<g% ©gas* eflfel99 6 
Kaiachanda ^9^)— «fl^^ <?I9 — 
^«llbK A name of Srlkrushna. 

^tT55HT^ £9G9 ffQ^l 9Q|^Q GQ I 90^- gCf'lO I 

9»I©©-G9. 9. ( 3. 9i» + ©^ ) — t I ai5}9^ G9Qa Q| 

Kalachiti 2J9glGQ Stiq&GG* G^«l99l q%9i§ %Q\$Q\ 

(2Jfi!|©Q — Q£IQS>) 9ld — 1- Black spots and patches 

appearing on napkins while being 

seasoned in water. 

[ 3"" -3 WsL ^91 G1Q* ai3, 691913, S1^Q99, 

9€19I^|_§<I I QIGlGSISiQ 9^ 9i99fl^G9 ( 8€ll — 
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Giq^GQ AQW9I 9»l <§ aai ^ISI G9«IQI< I ]* 

^ i <9g9iQ ©Q «iia— 

2. A kind of snake. 
9919? QQ— G9. 9— <9 99IQ 9Qh fiiQI— 

Kalajati lai Tiliacora Acuminata (wild creeper). 

9©I9« — G9.Q le. 919 + «■. S?5ft)^ I qfil, ai9, ff9S)l 6 

Kalajami €19 sa9 ^^99^^ GWI9 QOqg 99— 

1. Soil fit for paddy and cereals. 

j> i G9£f 99gq «aq, 9if) g^Q ai< — 

2. Homestead land. 

9QI9Q— 69- 9— 9IQ99 ( G93 ) 

Kalajara Kalajara ( See ) 

9QIQIQ — 69. 9. ( ^. 9151 W9t£>9 )— G97^l9 G9T^9 

Kalajai gqw? d^QGQ 0^9IQ^ G9«lQ9l ^fQ^T 

■^frf^Bl QQityQ 9161 — Black mole appearing on 

*>M | fd<a certain parts of the body of some 

— people; mother's mark; black stigma. 

9Q19IQ fl9i— 69. Q— €1^03 Q|© <j|9fi 91^ G99G9 

Kalajai manda QGQ ?[9l G99IG99I 991 913— 

Patches of black 4 mole on the body o£ some 

-. people. 


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Kalajira ^ I SQ $GQi«3 S$tG3§G€lS — 

QT a^**^ — ^f«ER, 3GI$ S 1. Black Cumin seed; 

QglQGdlilO Nigella Sativa. 

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a. s»qa 9§G|fil ^QGR <39iq, QQ\QQ. 191 

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q$ GqeiGQ ^9! ^gsjjgi oqsaKi 1 ] 

$«ITOI, q^lOl, qq, 2. Black caraway; 

qai, q%\ ) q$, Q99lQ£ Oarum Bulbpoaltanum 

^5 ^w^tal, it*W [ 3-r-fSR to aiM§<3 

go. ^w w^Gas i sislq 6 

fl. WlfidGQ «KT€llcaglO€Q <3 €IQ 90h 

q. €ll«fl% SIOgiGQ G9<M<]; <qq 

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~KaIaj?ri 6 9^ 9M ?(9I^_)— 

^"rtrfte^ ^ <!Q 3W 9|9^ 191§© ^€1[Q9 atft— 
5n«5T3iftT KamQ of a scented fine winter-paddy 

of black colour. 

QQI«flQl.ai©T-|-CT.O — £!£>£)! QQ\ ^9IQ <Q £|QIQ€ll9l- 
Kal^jhimiri sar^hi A kind of thin cloth of black 

colour worn by women— 

Kalajhunlt Jfe wil^tree^; Shores Tumbaggaia. 
4tyfjpw (Kirtikar) 


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Kalatulasi ^Q9fl ^^ 6 0I9IQ Q» Q| 

?T- adiiq— W ; 0§) ( %QSll GQ«1 )— Holy 

S!SSL®% ^a^i Q^Sli Basil with blacl1 leaves;-. 

^9; W% qfflft Ocymum Sanctum. 

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OQi<J— e. 0. ( 001— SI°£I+2IQ y|^=g^ 9^914- 

Kalada q$. sj )— ^QlQ. qpjg qftn — 

Goldsmith; silversmith. 
QOIQiQI — G9. 9 — 9^aGQ 0t0?O «M9IQ Ofil TO — ■ 

Kaladana Pharbitis Nil; the seeds 

q% QQ^iq — €ImI»TO ; °^ tn « creeper Ipomoea 

€1mI^TO> ^G^Q9 Hederacea. 

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Kaladhara G»QIG»Q (GQ'S ) — Kalakara ( See ) 

9»!^Q-GQ. 9. (e. 9IQ+y§^Q)— OIQ*Giefl QGfGi 
Kaladhatura q^ 4 QQ! G©?fQ€f^ *ll$q qQ 
^T^^l (ai^q G9«) — The violet-flowered variety 
*IMN^CI of Thorn-apple plant; Datura Pastuasa.. 
OQl&ilQ — 5J. Q. (?<|1 O©; QQI + Sfly|Q)--QQ|QQ(G95t) 

Kaladhara Kalakara ( See )? 


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Kala naiba Eala gheniba" ( See ) 

9»K*ia— 69. 9. q.\ ( ?. OifflffiSl )— 

KalanSga ^ | qio^ q^ SqgQSfciQ $|9$ g£ 
^RTT $633-*-!. A very poisonous cobra of 
SkWfsnn dark colour. 

(QOIPI^ll — $1) «Q9l® G9I§ 9ftlff|g^ s^OQ £Q 

^ I ( Qfl^ll^ ) 2IQ G$l*il 9i§— 
* 2. ( figurative ) A very furious person. 

* i ( s&mzf ) getQ ^<i§ — 

3. ( figurative ) A very foul-tongued 

person. 

* t ( RSKaia r ) <a® Qt% orfo— 

4. ( figurative ) A wicked person. 
<WMMTO|1— 69. 9. ( «- 9«® ?+9IWSfl )— W9Q| 

KalSnagaballi Q|©. aifQQI aiQ 3 9I$GQ SRI $$^l 

©|afi> — Betel which has been partly 

chewed by a person. 

QQQI Q©9 9Q9I 9 fl© 90»9W9tf C3C9 fltqj 

■9eqsS — go-To ( 

Gfiiaia— e, 9. ( 9$ 0%-Qoi+oia )-^»iw(69«) 

Kalanatha / Kalakara ( See ) 

9Gl©y— $. 9 (f^fl ©% 9GI + ©*)— ©»WGl (69$)-- 

Kalanidhi Kalakara (See) 

Kalanidhibahana *^QQ ^J—Qq. #j|£qq_ 8iba, 

Kalanidhibahanabalapaha -f q$q + QQI8Q ) — 
(flWt^) *IW> QIS699— Cupid. 

9W$1 V$9 ^GlGS 9«39 QOf© SffGQ I 9990" — goto I 

QOI8— 9L ( SIOlO S9s ) Q«S1— Ql$ ; 9ISISB — 

Kalanta * Tired; fatigued. 

9i$ 9ei$ 9 a?i cact^ 

QQOSel £©CI6& GMj giol- Q99IQ3 t 

Q»1$Q— 9\ Q. ( SQI + 3$6) )— qa- VQ$Q— 

Kalantara Interest on money lent* 

Sftia— $, q. (ooi«6€i!q+«ia ai%=ai«9i+9<§. **) 

Kajapa — <. | eftSKtij Qjtilj GO^srl %lG<39SI6P 

TOI6Q §$91 q^Qftfill a? ; AScNfl — 

1. A tinkling zone; a band of small 

bells worn by Telugu women round the 

waist. 




^ i SWpgg-" 2 - Peacock's tail. 

* i €l$K?j ^S — 3. Assemblage; collection; 

mass; multitude. 
v I 6«tlfllj ©91—4. Bundle. 

* ! ^ilQ; €IQ^| — 5. Quiver. 
9 I £IQ; ^Itfl — 6. Arrow. 

9 I Og — 7. The moon. 
r 1 q9q 91 Q$<3 ?H§— 

8 . A clever man; a gallant. 
t \ »— 9. Bow. 

10. A crescent-shaped offensive 

weapon. 

11. Title of a well known Sanskrit grammar. 
K> I fll9IQ6fira— 12, Name of a village. 
K* I ^a«3 eiQ«5riQ — 13. Ornament. - 

Q»ia«— ^. 9. (Qoia+aiGa.©)— k \ 93© ^eciit 

KalSpaka ££||$ — 1. A series of four stanzas of 

slokas continuing one sense. 

J I 9^4Q«© Q^— 2. A rope „tied round 

the neck of an elephant. 


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v I Q£GIQ) — 4. A string of pearls. 

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5. KalSpa (See) 

©fisiaSa— 6Q. 9. ( e. Qi«>+a9 )— 

Kalapakhia <Q flGIQ ^9 9IQ<9 aiQ— 

A species of coarse winter-paddy. 

Kalapata ^fll©<3f6Q ®$T ^Q 6q9 flOTIfiK^ 

4l*IWl^ $QL\Q$\ aiCf QiQ^© Q^IQfif G9IOI 

3»M t tjafl; 69lQ?(9t a^l> QI^GQltf— 
qTf^TdMdJ Black-board. 

eaia?© — 69. 9— * I saiarai© ( 69*;') 

Kaiaparbata 1. KalapahSrJa (See) 


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' ' ' ; > ' ; 2, A name of- the sacred place of Puri. 

.* :•: ;< '>'L< . spraw 9iq« w^OhGq QQe^a 1 Qs?gj. Q-aQc^iQ 1 

Kalapani : , T .<wi^L 31ack liquid. 

^iTWlft $ i q t e,!,«isw># ^eo. $©tai£ qq oca 1 
flJT^Wfsft 9Qiai«$£4M.q^ ©soloes..! 

flSoeia ( <J9l. q$Qpi G3iq! 9»l G9S 1 
991 ^ )— 2. Deep ocean,- 1 mid-ocean. 

3. The Andamans (archipelago). 

'[ 2— segiqic» sflaqsQ qaaiGfii §191 ot> a® aqq 
; . " v i .qQ,s€i aa^ff SQ g9^ ^laigq/aor 

fl9l%9 ^lai^St 9^-4." Exile or trans" 

pprtation to the Andamans (awarded as 

a punishment in India. 

[g— Q°qwQ qQwa ^y^!Q qq$\ qiq^ 

Ealapa"nipar Transportation as a punish- 

.; ^jfatfttPHfa iuent to a criminal. 

Transported; exiled. 

wnat©— gq. e (e, Qi©+aip)—i 1 QsisiatQ ogqq— 

Kalapati 1. A species of blackbird; the black 

Drongo. 

^ I «««.■■ 91 G9pi^Q^piQMQ;Q©ssai©— 
2, A receptacle for storing GollfrfainU rj ■ 

%mwffe ©191© 91 GQfftitf ssiflKwy q@GQ 9i i 
n . v: ^qd. eri^GQ .09^ 91 gj^.91 oqoi 'gplf 91 %i f 

,9,. v . , 9\QQ^Q 81% 9<S\ Q£9I ^-^Canlfeng; : 
Stopping up the seams of ships' and * 

,y * f " boats. \ 
TOIQIf I©— .€ft v §-(Qlfl)— 9.GT %R©l9Qf G^Sl'S^— ' I 

KalapSharga:' : ,. ' '.. '*'"' ' " '""""" 4 '""^-''&* j 
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, ■:. v . Any drastic reform. 

9QI9OS0 — -GQ. 9— 9«l€9OS0 ! .( G9«l ) *— 
- 'KalSpithia Kalab^hia (gee) 

ooiq!"— e. m. g° (©aia+sig siaGQ- Q^ ifli. ^9) — * 

Kalapi A I q|^|<5i_l. Illusive; deceptive. 
/ ; . (Qpfiflh— £|) > I OQifl" — 2. Hypocritical. 

v' ^ : , V -:.:,..:.* ;| «39^9iq-r, ; ... 

'-' ;.;■, .- 3. Plotting- hatching plots. 

; l >-#• ;Q.;. qTrr% -I.OT^-Hl. Peacock-. 

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^ftlQ&QI — GQ. $. C QIQ9QQIQT QSI ) — «19 ' QW^CIrtp- 
-'■ Kalabadgala g^9 0|^ g|Q — 

A kind of deep-green betel-leaf. 

[ g— <\ aiQQ 94 -cue a$e* i <^q q$eQ i§?9 
&qi qici aic i ^W8 < ai9. wgqs^ 6©€iigq 

' -■. fl9§9 G91QHQI ] , ' ■■> -., 

■<9©I9@ — G9. ■^-^QflQGQ9 — A kind of tree; Avicennia 
Kalabani Officinalis (Haines). 

[ ^ — < «a 9% <9IQ -*$fit .-9QOT! 6 TO €119- 

.0QIQGI— e. 9gU...%1. { 99199+$. «■)— 

Kalabatl m ««]qq*i|qq qetQ! ( %1 )— 
_' » " 1. ('afenaale .) Versed in the fine arts. 

-> I Q9QI 5 3Q91— 

2. Jovial; ainorous; witty (female). 

* i ^^wwrjM — . . , 

3. Name of the harp of Tumburu 

Gaudharba. 
v I RMq§| (%D- IQ^I— 

4. Very graceful or charming ( woman ). 

r-- "'. , ( <w^fe9 Wfw-sw 9q^[G9)— 

5. B^ame of the wife asking. Bfushabhanu 

and mother of Jla'dhika. 

. ■ . G^. §. 3i1 — <> I SWI — 1- A prostitute. 

J \ 9^3—2. A dancing girl. 

( aSsi— *9H<sbWl# 91*9*1 > : 

■ *> l^fiJSII©! — 3. Blue cloth for female- wear. 

-»- I 9G<H *l$q (9lfl) — -- . ■■ ■'■ 

4. Name of a heavenly nymph. , ,: 

*«QQ|Q$— G9GQ. 9. ( ®Jl 9<a9$9; ST. 991 + <5% 
. Kaiabatu Qftfiq qg"* G9IQ3[9I% )— GQSfl »l ! 
. .-^Hfe. ... . 3@9 9»Sfiq ggao gQIQfpi 391 §^Q : 

f 4*t4l43l ., q© 9l&^ -391 — ^Silken thread twisted j 

along with very slender gold or silver j 
threads by machine, i 


, . KaJ^badiJLiS .... Durei koli ( ^ee ) 

Kalabanta — qflrl© 99il6Q 9%*9i§') — 

«T55J^ier'" ----I; Versed or cultured in the elegant 


arts. 


^ 1 Q§9 — 2. GraUant; witty; amprous. 


on 


, . 3. Fortunate; lucky, 

4. Beautiful; having auspicious signs on 

the body. 
* I SGf1<aq» — 5. Expert in music. 

6. Artistic; skilled in any art. 
KalabaiSsi .^©Qag)— 

^i^,, flsm, cq§ 91301% Gat ' <S qi«?J qi©- 

^TC^i QS% fllSQGQ'a — 

^f^%f A kind of fish; a kind of -fresh- 

water carp; Lubeo Calbasu; 

Pomotis. 

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^? 9t© 99^ 9G9 I ] • 

9«l9t»— e; "Q«l. 9f." {Wl+«"8agfe€i9tf; *fl|A9)^ 

Kalaban ^ I ^ai9^ (' G^ei ) 
■(9&ISQ— 9[l) ■ ;1. Kaiabanta ( See ) ■ * ■ - " 
g. £> — OC^^ The moon. - 
©ftiQig^a— 'GQ. ■©.'(&. Piw+wit;™^ 90. giOl0 
^ Kalabahut-ia QGTfi)! 9igJ?£J )— 

'^frt '' J ^ : Q|q« ■' qa- -09IQ §0 9»M^Q9 
^i^ i fe^ , ' 6 Gat " aoij ^jgq 9^Q §c? aw«iw 

.. ^I<W , «l^ ^^ % Q gi^— 

The black deer ;Ithe 'black anfolope. 
; ©QI99— ?..Q ..(&«" =flaQ^©+W ai^-W QQQI + 
*' Salabika ' " 0(3. Q9)^Q«> t— Cock. 

9Q^^^— aiG^. ( ^(aqa } ^>^i— ;. 

. \, Very black; deep black. 


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KalSbiti nai 9GS'9; QIQGiq! — A wild creeper; 
<pi<p»dR , Anamirta Cocculus ( Haines ) 

[ g— <^q as^ogflq QQ 9MGQ I ] 

«M§a— G9. P. ( e. 9IO + GQ1 ai§j=9Sf9!j G» 

Kalabua 9Q9I ) — 

G9Q93 G99I aGQ $<aa ^§9$ G9«l99l 

9\r ®Qtg fy® gffl QS — 

Sown paddy plants looking healthy and 

Mack after puddling. 

001$$— G9. 9. ( 3. QIGO^p )— 
Kalabuku v I QQ®\ ( GQS ) 

1. KalijS ( See ) 
> I ( RMI0) «Q i^| Q«l§ — 
2. A beloved person. 

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QQ\ $©a<si1— giw. (a9©io) 9— asal9Ga<s — 

Kala bunjjhiapl A kind of bird. 

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Kala bulijiba G9QM aQQ ©Qei tyf$$ G9eil99l— 

1. The black and glossy appearance of 
paddy plants some days after puddling. 

J I qs>9 ^ 6991 GOTI ^GCf 51GQ 1 ^flQ^ 

GQ^l MGQ qjQ.ai^Gd S^ia qiqqi — 

2. The* appearance of a black line 
round the neck of full grown parrots. 

Kalabethia ^|Q^ ^91^ 6 ^g^g 2ig|Q9 GWGQ 
Qatl89l G9GO <fllQQTQ QQl98 G9«IWIQ 

?[9'(^<ia aw )— gsa M<jia<* €» tiSM 

9fl€^ 949 9SHTO 9^9I»%QS^I «9 
9IQ9G4KI — -A- caste of gabaras who 
have long settled in Puri and who are 


employed in dragging the cars during 

the Gar festival.. 
QQI60IQQ— GQ. 0— ^ I ^|9i 3|9%— 
Kalaboita 1. A silk cloth of black colour. 

Gaicwiqi- Sqalo t 
^ I ^f9tf WI*I qOr-S? 1 — 

2. A coarse black linen cloth. 

QQI^O— ST. 9. ( OOI + Q ai§— GQIW Q€IQI+Q<i. 

KalSbhrut pa ) — VI OQ— 1. The moon. 

- • <t ^ _» 

^ I 3^1" — 2. An artisan. 

* I ( < flgVGQ QgQft! yiQ^i 9^91%) §9 — 

3. A name of Siba. 
QOIflQ— W. §— GQGJ<33 9GQ OSIIGOQ fllft aiQCtQ 3$ 
Kalamai 9QI9^G9QH€?^l%©i9! QQGQ G»»IQ 0«fl«M 
g^— A ladder drawn over the paddy- 
plants after they are refreshed by pud. 

dling. 

Kalamanika 1. Snkrushna 

■*l*ll»<lG* J I S3G€II^I^GJ ^l^fqr SQ 9I^Qh 

^I^IRlfH* CfGQI^ — ^ ne °f tne nanies by which 
Jasoda" was fondling Srikrush^a.,. 

efi>Q9S> 9(SySQ «PQ99W I *Olfll«T»Ga I 

; [ Q — flifls? «g * QS^o, eg sister 9^ 9Q^ 
g9i%9i^9i^^GQ < ac^iiaogq qiq^ g^ ^g. 

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flIGQ. (OHIfl) ©. (C9QTO)— fl Q«iqg 99„ (GW) 

Kshirasamudra plant (See) 1 

OQIgGI— GQ. 9.— <©3P1Q «ai^^|9^ qci— 

Kajamtiga A kind of black pulse; Phase olus 

4 j ^^ t (Jrandis. (Haine) 

Q)»lGfla1— GQ. 9— 9»IG?1<3 QQ 9^©lf^ <9g9l9€IIOl- 
Kalameghl A cloth of the colour of dark clouda; 

worn by females* 
W. -Qd.— QftlGSKIQ -Q&Sqi— 

Of the colour of black cloud. 

OQtq— s. 9. (9 = ^+q-g9«i 9Q9i+9^t. a)— 

Kalaya ^^q ©is^ 919ig9l^€| €1^^ — A name- 
applied to several kinds of leguminous 
seeds or pulse like pea. . 


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J I SJSQ— 2. Peas. 

* I 9Q6K1I ( 969$§ 99i9til )— 
3. A large variety of oats. 

999 — €969.— 9-(Q°. 9$l§)— 69Q6Q €9©t9QI €»|3— 
Kalar Collar. 

ooiQcr— w. 9. (e. Qio+Qaai^)— $|9$— 

KalaraBga Black colour. 

qrrarr^'n Lusty pleasure; lustful sports. 

9©IQ«— €9. 9. (<?• 9® -6 QQQ- ©QQI2iQr fl§ QQ| 
Kalaraata ^91%)— <3j 9QW ^913^ — 

The Deity Jaganna"tha. 

eoiqo* eq— 69. 9.— »99iWdi9©9 6 ectewo 

Kalaraata ghara fl&J9$l giff — The roofed 

* space or portico between the main 

temple and the adjoining temple 

of JagannStha. 

qqiqzk 919—69. 9.— ^ 1 qsa9siM9iaor sna&q «iy% 

Kalaraata dwara gg^ 99919 991$ — 

1. The door leading into the main 

temple at Puri. 
J I 91^^*313698 9q9IQ6€IS §IQ— 
2. The door nearest to the image of 

Bishnu in a temple. 
9*»I99S (Q9HI9)— 69. 9.— 0»l9«Q9il9 (G9<3) 

Kalar aita (etc) * Kal5ra*3$a etc. (See) 

9Qiq«J* (Q9il9) — 69. 9-— Q&iq^S Q© M |9 (qqq) 

Kalaraeta (etc Kalaraata etc. (See) 

9f»iq* (Q9m19)— 69. 9— 9OiqC0* Q9H|9 ( 693 ) — 

Kalar ata (etc) Kalaraata etc. (See) 

96198% (Q^!9)~ 69. Q-gQiqsj]S Q9t!9 (69$) — 
Kalar aha^a (etcj Kalaraata etc (Seej 

QQ\ QQQl— 91. (Q99) 9*— 991 6<3©9i (69«)— 

Kala laiba Kala gheniba (See) 

9ftUW*— 3- 9— <* I ( 9&i|. 99+aaia ) flagoio— 

Kal^lapa 1. Sweet words. 

> 1 %w% wn^ae— 

2. Sweet inarticulate sound. 

* I ( 9$§1§ ) §flQ — 3. The large black bee; 

the droning bee. 


QQlfiJfl— 69. 9- ( ff. 9t»4-QQ<a )— 439I39IQ $19# 
Kaluga «|$)9 f$9gi — Black salt. 

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^taPfal flig — A bruise. 

9»l9i4f— 69. 9—1 I 01919 010*169 69Q* 9I§%. ©**- 

Kalahapdi qogQ 9310^91 G3I< Og*Q 906Q 

^Ntftfb 9Q|Q gQ -QfieiMJ— 1. A cooking pot on 

which a layer of soot has set owing to 

its having been set over fire. 

> lj69€LIQ,£)2!a 6m1q 999io96a<a — 

2. Name of a feudatory state of the 1st 

group in Orissa, 

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^ai99 - ^-s^99ra i ] 

* I 699IQ Q^QIO 9QI9I§6Q 9^9 <S9«iq<3l- 

3. The form of Oriya language spoken 

in the Kalahandi feudatory state* 

9Qlffl^ai 6f»Q— 69. 9 — 9«l9l9«9 69l93|9fl6fl9-' 
Kajahandia megha Very black cloud which 
3> T gftM £T brings a heavy shower of rain with it. 

969 I] 
QQ19!€f 81 919—69. 9~ai9£16R 6<3I9 q|9g 69*SB* 
Kal«hSndi5 tala fl9l'99 910 £T99€€ig — 

A sort of very black and big palm fruit. 


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Kali ^ I g^jfl. qoqjo. ^ g^ OQSQ 9$Q 

,;:. **f qfl ( qci C9« )— 1. The 4th age -of 

the world according to the Hindu 

mythology; the present agerof vice 

( see Juga ). 

9IQQ1. G9I«!QQ. t QGQ|«h"' 

J I C9«lj ap^ 3QIQQ — 2. Enmity-grudge. 

* I 9Q9 — 3. Quarrel. 

v f g$— 4. Pight; strife. ..... 

* I €JQ — 5. Warrior; a hero. 

9 I W91QQ 5 Wl^ Q% G& — 
,6, An unblown flower; a bud. 

7. Tender shoots; new tender leaves, 
r I 9IQ1QI (cifi 6 GQIQ) — 

8. Belleric myrobalan (tree and berry). 
t\ GWQI^Ga 9qo QQ9f$u~9. Strife; 

discord; quarrel and contention 

personified. 

69. Q — Q«l- QQG99 — Neck..., 

Qfij— w. 9— * 1 ( bo. QRQ^eqao; <9i Qi ffW ft ai 

Kali 6OTi%)— Oaqpj §GQQ.-L Slaked shell- 
^fiy * lime; quicklime. 

^jHW* ^ 1 ( sr. to^gqisq^. <wiq »?iq 
^ €QifloapaQ)— q^Q-gw g QGOt 

«* araGQ QaQ(?i§GWei 91 ©^Isiq^ 

q2JQ 9W$— 2. Rhombus or triangle- 
shaped bit of cloth sewn to the corners 

of coats, 

W3J— 3. The tender dried shoots of 
Cannabis Indica or Indian hemp. 

"* 1 CWj €|»I— 4. Tender shoots. 
. . * I SWIj Q&— 5. Bud. 

9t ©TOQGas— 6. A sandal-pasfe mark 
on the ; brow tapering to a point. 


a#© s?sf« CH9f cga 90 seas, i 

7. Things generally tapering to a- point. 

r |' eQQQCrlQCM— 

8^ A coiffure arranged by making 
; tapering locks, 

el ^aiGQ ^ciiqqi ^a^ai — ■ 
.9, Addition to an original oral statement. 

10. "Witty talk; pun. 

= Kalis qo^Ij ««g9i > 9^9^— 

^vBtcfe Quarrelsome. 

W^T^ an ^so sais ca« ©at «©a 1 

OM— <3Q". §$ — Q€%qgj $M qg G9IQ ^«Q e^^r- 
Kalia With parts hanging down and taper- 

^»fe^TOT ing to a point. 

,.,.-.fll6Q k ( WR9fi ) M— 

Of black colour. v 

9^80 CD§ — QQ. $ — 9Ph a^QGera — . 

Kalia alu A kind of wild yam. 

Kalia tartar $ Q§ QO|. GQIQ $f 9^q9^- QQ(- 
Ot Q% — Very black. 

9££0€1— 31. (QOQ) 9. ( g. QQiM ) — 
KaliS^a ^ I QQ-il^ ^gfffl^|gff|_ 
1. Benediction. 
j I 2Jl€l1^l9— 2. Blessing. 

Kalia batbat Q^SJI t§$® ( G9<2i ) 

Kalia tartar ( See ) . 

Kaliara Bridle; reins. 

9«£fl€J— 69. §. (g.,QQ i <«}[; Q9GQ9Q9m^ Ql^A 
Ka i i5ri G9IQ^9l^)— 

A kind of bracelet. 

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Kaliari Kaliari ( See ) 

Q&QQ®— C9..9. (TO99)--9G€I9 99— 

Kali kajia Quarrelling. 

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Kalikatara ^91 TO ■ a&qg -49 9IG1SJ GS19 — 

§5j5fa?1, ^ffe^Sl 1. An insect which bores into 
J^ftnffT tne ground; Mole cricket; 

Gryllotalpa Vulgaris. 

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99 QGSH ] 

, > |.»q?— 9Q9§^| 9h§3 99$$l QS§— ■ 
^.9®S?SN51— %l) 2. Quarrelsome person. 
•■■ 'W.'M. q?— VI 99$QH (9i§>; Wl — 
.'• 1. Quarrelsome (person) 

.2. Bringing about a quarrel. 

^99*31— GO. 6 Q"rf. $1— 9QQ9qG* ^Iftfif — 
Kalikatari Feminine of Kalikatara ( See ) 

-9^ftS»l— GQ.-9. ( Olfl )— ^qolQq QIQ& 9CTE|G9aQ 
Kalikata 2tt|99 q9HiSl — Calcutta. 

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Kalikati 1, Relating to Calcutta. 

^PPM^ -> ! 9Q9©I^ «]© — 

$93i^ft 2. Brought from Calcutta. 

* I 9&90IGQ ©So— 
3. Made in Calcjitta. 


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1. Kalikftfci (See). 

9Q9©I9!S(]-- 

2. Inhabiting Calcutta. 


3. Hailing from Calcutta. 

v I 9Q99iq^lQ|S{l9 9^(91 ( 9i§ ) — 

4, Frequently visiting Calcutta. 
9€)9$ QQ — G9. 9 — QQQ <?« ( G9« .) 

Kalikati daja Bilati dala ( See ), 

[ s—^39! C9C© 9<a qc^ gacfl 9^9oig9lc|1 
6§)siiqiffQgiq 4 GQ€i% misiiq qq>i^ <§ Qia 

G9IQ^IS1 ) 

9» 9€J9I^ «S G9I©9I— G9. 3— 9fi99^aiO &Q9I- 

Kaii karibaku maSji potiba To sow the seedg of 

quarrel. 
96)9§<9— e. 9. (^1 9% 99 + 9^)— 9©qci9 910- 
Kalikaluaha The sin of the Kali Age. 

96)9Q<a — ?t. Q. ( ^1 W- 90 + Qttg )_ 
Kalikalmasha QQ^^g ( GQ«1 ) 

Kalika lusha ( See ) 

96J9T— g, Q- (99 + WGd". O + tfi. «l)— t I 9Q- »§— 

Kalika i. a bud. 

^ I ff9?liq! — 2. A tender shoot. 

■* — • 

3. Thevetia nerifloria ( flower ). 

*'l el©IQQ 00699 — 

4. The base or bottom of a lute. 

* I Q9$l$9qS Q9fflQG€1=a — 

5. A kind of composition. 

96*91— 69. 9. ( 9flh»l '.QSI% »«159 )--g9l ^9G€? 

. Kalika ^1^59! "aiaiQ^ ^9iQ ©fi^ q9i«©^fl— 

^«1^i; <?«1C^ The funnel or c«p of a hubble-bubble 

f33CT which holds the tobacco-mixture 

while being smoked. 

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. Kali kgiflhiba 9i9i 6 tl9l SGqjCIOTO 9211$. 

^#!WPRrl 9$IQ9I — To lengthen a speech 

4ftAtftfol4*ll by witticisms and commentaries. 

OftOlft^O— OT. Q«. l a - ( €IIO€Q" 9<t9$©> $. 99 + 
KajLikandua 95J— S9i$ 90$<3I— 

3feT®tuN?1 "Very quarrelsome. 

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Kalikatara Kalikatara ( See ) 

9£>9ift-— 3. ©— QOqa ( 69-3 ) 
Ka]ikala Kajijuga ( See ) 

96>9I6>8I— 69. 9<a— VI 99q.OTq«fl^— 

Ka lika lia 1 . Relating to the 4th age of the 

^fs^pre creation. 

^f^pft > I 2D<^)Q — 2. Modern. 

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9©© 9191 9I@6H— €9. 3.— ( 60 G9fel§ S0£j6Q, GS 

Kaliki bana" bandhiba 69fa3 QSQIGQ ) QQ9 

9ft9l EHQ g§9 G99I — To be ready to 

pick up a quarrel on some 

justification or other. 

9«>G9l9q— 69. Q. 6 94. — 999©3I (gQA) 

Kalikotara * Kajikatara (See) 

9£>69l©<3!— 69. 9. 6 93. %!.— 9999S0 (69«) 

Kalikotari Kalikatari (See) 

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otoi^q. 9i$q 9i§. i 
9fiti£a 69699 ~ 69. 9. ( SIS )--QQ9S£j g® qiqqs 
Kaiikhuntia behera" gg — Name of a son of 

Sage Narada. 

Q6>6Gllfi>— 69- 9.WOQ) ($. 90931. q^)— V I §6a<3 

Kaligola 999—1. Loud quarrel; strife. 

^t^sWlS -> i 81699. 6^9^ %I6Q 6991 99 6 ©99© 

3*!$TST&?T OTKfcJW— 2. A quarrel amongst a 

crowd; brawl; boisterous quarrel. 

9«cr— sr. 9. ( 99 -f era +9$. si ) — 

Kalinga <. | ^qqq gio|p 6QaQG€l«— 699Qtfil 


Q^OI^ QS^iq. GCil9IQ<33 .QW ?® H fy Q|Sk 

Siote q$n — 

1 . Name of an ancient kingdom in the 

East Coromandel coast extending from 

the river BaitaraQJ to the Godabari 

river. 

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3, The people of Kalinga country. 

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qjp- 9© — 4. The founder of the king- 
dom of Kalinga. 

* I 99fic 69eR qoi— 

5. The king of the ancient kingdom of 

Kalinga. 

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U roloncha Malabarica* 
9 I qjfij §9IG9i%2IIR9l > SftSllfal — 

7. A creeper; "Wrightia Antidysenterica. 
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CIS — 8. Caesalpania bonducella (tree) 
ti I ffqg Q2 — 9. A tree; Acacia'Sirissa. 
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10. The waved leafed fig tree. 
«t. W. 9? — 9%$ — Clever; cunning (M. W.) 
fllW- (a«W) 9 (Olfl)— $S« ©IQ9Ga<a— 

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Kalinga Mlfi9l -C9SQIQ 99 9ft9— 

1, A breed of big bullocks imported 

from the Deccan. 

> I 9S<3G9a%«9 «9g9l999 Ql<2 — 

2. A breed of big cows imported from 

the Deccan, 

1. A woman with beautiful tight and 
round hips; a beautiful woman (M.W.) 

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2. (calf) Bigger than country-calves. 

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Kalicha Kalicha (See) 

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Kalichuna «39 yffll Oft — Slaked lime; shell-lime- 
<PM*R fine white lime. 

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^PlW; ^C*i^l 1. Liver. 

^«a -? I flff^iQ §9@g— 2. Human heart. 

3. Most vital or vulnerable part 
• of the body, 
v I (filial) flft — 4- (figurative) Mind. 

* I (Qgflref) gi9^— 

5. (figurative) Courage; spirit. 

QfilOl ftQ©0|— GQ. 8.— ( QS^i!2i f ) ^IftGQ 9^ GQ9^ 

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*FC*l«rl H5=Ti give pain to the mind. 

9Q0I QQ© C9QI-GQ. 9-— ( ftMI2l r ) ?9^GQ G999I 
Kalija karati heba b©%© *G99I — Feeling of 
3t%3tf^TT great mental pain* 

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Kalija katiba Kalija karatiba (See) 

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*S3Tr i^T f |Hf Being content or satisfied ( on 

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^^n^ «8ftffTi: Palpitation of the heart due to sudden 

fright; trembling with fear. 

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Kalija parii hoijiba €K)$fl G99I — Being cowed 

<?><n«ii ^HI down with fear; shrinking with fear-. 

9QGI £N§9qi— GQ. 9.— Qq v\% flQ(3QI— 

. Kalija phatijiba Dying of heart disease. 

KaliBja Mat; screen of reeds. 

Ka^ita 1. Known; understood. 

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* v I QaiQQ — 4. Earned! 

*l Q§}© —5. Numbered; counted, 

9 I qa^^O — &■ Separated. " 

9 ! Q<Sj,Q£> — 7. Considered. 

r ) qsji — S. Bound. 

"i I Q%; 5*^0— 9. Spoken; said. ^ 
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*-* I S^ -1 ^ Delighted. • 
%.<* I gfli® — 13. Dependent. 
*v 1 2M9 — 14. Subservient. 
VM 1«Q; 9GSW — 15. Graceful. 

qsjqqqq^— GQ; q.— .(*qoq 5 3- <?©+a # oq>q§)— 

- ' Ka litakarar QG€l<a QQQ©HJ] — 
**P?1 3tf?t Wordy fight; quarrel. 

Kalitakarala KaJitakaRrS- (&»>-- 

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Kalitafcata Kajikatam (See); 

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: Kajtfdundurl . §9)— 9,g^©2Ji— Quarrel. 


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-Kalidruma The Belericsmyrobalan (tree). 

[ g.— oq qeior sgic^^i. QftQi ©^g^) sqo- 
aig go <i§ qssQ n&% g^ Q€iqGQ 1 J. . 

; Kali dhariba CCIiqf^ 819a OT1Q9I Q|Q qqaioQr 
ait q©gq 910 oga an c-wsaoQ ,^^i— 

To hold the month of a cow or bullock 

after opening it for administering 

doses of medicine. 

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Kalidhokargi Kalimurir^See) 

Kaiinda 1. The sun. 

2. Name of a mountain. 

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3. The Beleric Myrabolaing (tree). 
GQ. ^ei. — SJS'Q— Fertile. 

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Kalindakanya a^o^, Ql9|ftgQ|^)— gq^j ^q]_ 

The Jamuna river. 

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Kalindaja -j.^]. ^)— QftQ##*il 5 W^QI QQ1— 

, Tne'Janjuna river. 

KalindanajMjjni ,.. . ti ^alindaja (See) 

Kaiindar Watermelon " 


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1....A name of Sage Narada. 

^aqg 9€i Qg GQ9QI d qoi saw ^QQ to 

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( acts ) Prohibited to be done in the 
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.^TCfaSI 1. To count; to calculate. 

"^teshSWfl J I q|§Q|. q*9i— - 

2. To measure; to fathom. 

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OQ^ll 9€l9lj Q§91— 3. To reconnoitre. 

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9Q$ 91 — 4. To feel; to sound I ; 

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9 I fll©6J09lj 39S G99I — 

6. To rise up; to be infatuated. 

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Kalimanja q^ ■ g_g G9I» Qig-^Tte kernel- 
G*ft& stalk inside the trunk of' a plantain trfi'et 

. <9i aa Qq<s\ 6 ^s^gq 8i^a%Ga '9i9?o §< i ] 

©GJaSil— GQ. ^— QOm ( : GQ^i ) 

Kalimanja Kalimanja ( See ) 

9^fl®T— ot.q. (or- Q^+a^i)— ^. i qq^q^^qiq^- 

Kalimanjj 1, The root cause of a quarrel; the 

matter at issue. 

J I G^Q9 Q^IQQ $*aq— . ■ '"-■ 
2. The seed of dissension. 

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Xalimuni 1. The proverbial wallet carried by 

sage Narada and said to contain the 

-_ seeds, of cont3©ntioxi w 

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J I W3 1 Ej£[ 9*15^— 2. A quarrelsome persofi, 

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Eali mowliba" EalrdhaidbS (See) 

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Kaliyara Kaliari ( See) 

QGK$f0— G9. Q — l I QQI9I — 1. Bridle; rei&s- ! of a 
Kaliyara horse. 

J ^G^tQIQ QG9Q— 2. Horsed bit. ; 
; 9©qa-*. 9— §<S^lfil 9(®GQ ^%Q 9^91 --GW qa 
Ealquga , ( q^-«&- G#l* G9« y 

The 4th age of the creation according 
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under'Juga ). 
0€)q.Qai — G<9. 9^1 — ^oqsra^l^j-^ 
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Kali lagaibS Kali kSnjhiba ( See ) 

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Kalishatha qiq. $|3< 9Q<3— Sixty years; being 
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KaH Age. 

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Kajih a Quarrelsome . 

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Kaiihur^S Quarrelsome; brawling. 

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Kajua 9I<3— 1, Artful; tactful. 

J I gQ^OOGQ 9S — 2. Mechanic; skilled in 

controlling machinery, 

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Kalua ^j — A kind of crow. 

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Kalurigachha Qfi^g ^®|Q €^9^09 919 — 

A fond name for calling the 
memordica, 

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Kalurigachha (See) 

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memordica fruit. 
J I 9^q ETQQ G©$f — 2. The stalk of the 

memordica fruit. 
9$€h— Q. 9 {90 ai^+9^. QTO)— ^ I aia — 

Kalusha 1. Sin; guilt- 

> ! 910901—2. Turbidity. 

* I flQfil; 9Q—&. Dirt; impurity. * ^ 
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e. 9<a — ^ I 239% GCJI02J); QQ» — 
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J I ^Qff— 2. Dirty; foul. 

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■a* I S^?)a — 4. Unable. 

* I Cj8§Q — 5. Grieved. 
^> I Q90— 6. Wicked. 
^ 1 ai€fl — 7- Sinful. 

r I ^ — 8. Afflicted^ agitated. 
9@«9I€I9— %. 9<l. 1° ( 9§9+9llf iii^=99ia 9Q9t 
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(9§«l«fll— %1) aiQffia^ ( QQG^«lGl ) — 

One who makes sins vanish; eradicating 

sins, 
e. 9. q? — eiQG^^Q — An epithet of Grod. 

Q§«9l«l1— «T. 9d. 1°— ©9WIS9 ( G9« ) 

KalushanasI Kalushanasana ( See ) 

©§^«— e. 9^1. ( 9^ +^s?io «ea Q© )— 

Kaiushita <, I flQQj ^Qfll — 
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*> I Q§&— 3. Muddy. 
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9 I «iawl$©— 7. Defiled; tainted. 
r | Qiagg— 8. Beset with sin. 
9G«Q — G9. ^ — QffiilQ ( G93 ) 

Kalei Kalai ( See ) 

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Kalei m Kalai ( See ) 

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Quarrelsome ( woman ) 
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Adulteress; unchaste. 
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Kalei poka Winged ants. 

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Ealeibalei Kalabala ( See ) 

9G6Q ai^so-— G9. 9— <» eig^| 9i§a— 

Ka^ei mandia . A kind of small round grain 

grown in autumn. 
«1I5*I ©G» G9I* ( G*WI ) 
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9GGQ%«l1— G9. W- <1— QGOQQd ( G9« ) 

Ka-ieisunl Kajeichnni ( See ) 

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*S9WC a district. 

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$lt*l$T) 1. Collectorate; the office or court of 

+<?i+iO the Collector. 

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2. Revenue court. 

96R9SQ— giGQ. ( SflftSS ) & Qtf-alGQ alGQ (93I 1 
Kalekale 9§9I) — Slowly i to speak ). 

96»Q— 6§G9. ( Q°. 9Gft© ) 9-QWhlG^Q Q©©3 
Kalej QQ*ilQ£j — College. 

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OGQfil—SIGQ. ( q^fillQ; 40- fi. OGWI ) Q— 

Kaleja 9R01 ( W«l ) — Kalija ( See ) 

QGfifcQ— 91. G§W. Q°- 9— QGft^tft ( G^S ) 

Kaletara Kalektar ( See ) 

0G«*«— 91. QQQQ. «°. Q— 0GQQ?€l ( GQ^ ) 

Kaletari Kalektari ( See ) 

OGtt^Q— e. Q- ( QGtt—TOIGQ; qSGQ + ^Q^Gi^ 
Ka^ebara ©911 QQ ai^=BBQQ W9I+^. ^Q» 

2. Size; dimension; bulk, 

* I G9Q0I& §»99— . 

3. The image of a Deity. 

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9GO QG» G9f«!6«— GQ. 3. e«(ff. QOy 90, GOfaa)— 

Kale bale kagsaje G3 69fa3 QQl^GQ— At any 

^C*l ^C*l-wHc«i cost; any how; by any 

«GS5 1& ^TOS^ means fair or foul. 

QG«Q— G9GQ. ( Q°. ) q - ^IQIQISft ^QQOli ^©91— 

Kalera Cholera. 

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Kaloni Colony. 

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Kajka 1. Eneaded flour, 

> I QIO OQ. O&O — 

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v I 3Q; 9<|l— 4 Filth; dirt; nightsoil. 

* I §OI — 5. Sediment; dregs. 

9 I Q® C§aiQQ G£l§; Ol4T — 6- The refuse 
or deposit of any. fluid (e. g. oil) left m 

a pot. 
9 I g©lQSll-*-7. Cheating; deceit. 
r I Q$y g2s*i— 8. Patience. 
ti I S9°9IQ — 9. Pride; arrogance. 

10. The scales of fish. 

11. Pestled ingredients for medicine. 

12, yheBeler^c Myrobalan tree. 


t* 1918-13. Sin. 

W I oSj W — l4 - Powder. 

v* 1 qQqqjfia caai JaiQg^i 2i9G^9 — 

15. A paste. 

Kf> I $Q« OIW 99 90*13 GQ9IW — 

16. A scented article; Olibanum. 

e. otfi.^- 1 1 aiB*^ aiaicisj — l. Sinful. 

> 1 goiQo— 

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«• » QCIM% «I0<U4 — 

3. Faithless; treacherous. 

0««— e. 9. ^oo+qo. 01 sief. «o)— v i aooi— 

Kajkana 1. Deceit. 

> I £^1 — 2. Falsehood. 

* I QCIIOIQ5 9SOOI — 3. Treachery. 
v I (4. q£. flO) — 012) — 4. Decoction.. 
0«l— GOGQ. (ETI.) 0— ^ I <5^ fl ^3^ 39^1Q q,«a 
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1. A piece of tinsel representing an up- 
turned jar which adorns the arch over 
* an image. 

> 1 aioQ GOiaGQ oq !a)Qg9i sBi^ii- soloio 

0§) — 2. Ornamental needle-work repre- 
senting a mango in the corner of a piece 
of shawl. 

Of"— sr. § (oa ai9=craooei9i+o)— ogl (G^ef)— 

Kalki * Kalkl (See) 

o«q.q«t— sr. o— iqweOT — 

Kalkipurana Name of a Hindu 

mythological book. 
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oqI— «r. 9. ( o<5+QWi ^«i ^o)— oj^o ooqcio 

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of Bishnu in the Kali Age in which He 

will deliver the world from sin by 

destroying the wicked with his sword, 

riding on a horse. 

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Kalgi The tiara or ornamented plate attached 
to the Indian headdress in front. 
9% (ai%)— $— *. I QOQI QftQI— 1. To compose. 
Kajp (root) > | CW G€»lj «8© OQQI— 

2. To equip; to furnish. 

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Kalpa ^ I'ggflsiG© QjgWQ <WQ 91 <$ QQQ 
gqjtj. vii;oo>o^oo fllGjg 9$Q. s^QOT 
9WSS9lf 9QS QIQ — 1, A cosmic period; 
a day and night of Brahma", correspond- 
ing to a period of 43 billions and 2o 
millions of mortal years. 

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^ I SG>S — ^* -^ n ^ or dissolution of the 

creation after every Kalpa; the 

all-destroying deluge according to Hindu 

mythology. 

* 1 ttfqiaQ s>qq qi qsj— 

3. Sacred* precept or rule. 

-* I GQ9Q ©*>$ W^Q ©qfloq— 

4. A body of Vedic rules; Vedic rites. 

* \ 2JQ9 9G9 <?$Gh 9% W«i— 

5. A prescribed alternative for a precept. 

? t aici§£g qsgqsq 6 efcig 9<asjQ cooler 

9&QG3Q — 6. Name of one of the six 
Bedangas treating of ceremonials or 

sacred rites. 

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9 i ^logl^j ^' — ^ • I nfcent i° n ; wish. 

aiiGC osi9 ©3^ea ; q»i »qs ctfsecn \ s?c«4ia. gas© i 
ri( +S$. a ) 9^fli WW* — 

8. The legendary Banyan tree which 
survives a Kalpa of 43billions of years. 


9iq ©a -9. Telling of the Deity's name 

4 x 108 times with the beads. 

1° \ SWSi' S©^l — 1^' Determination; resolve, 

t* 1 ( «. g©^ ) qgssm qggm qgq <8 s©^ 

11. A suffix implying similarity ( bui 

with a degree of inferiority ) when 

added to a noun or adjective. 

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qq_ q q^OI Contemplation. 

GQ- 9^1 ~ SiSlflj ^QS) — Illimitable. 

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Kalpaka Q(}. W ) — 

V I QSJI& ( flWIOl) — 1. Barber. 

j 1 Qfi^ Q©^ ( ®Q fl«ia )— 

2. A kind of cake. 
3- W. 4 0— ^ I ^SOIWfl— !■ Imagining. 

-> I €2^^9101 — 2. Cutting. * 

* I QOQ — 2. Composing. 

v I 2JGQQQ — *. Attributing. 

Q^SI (QOilO) — 91- 9- ( S* Q^l)— 

Kalpana (etc) V I -ftSftOI QMQ ( G^ ) 

1. Kalpana etc. ( See ) 

pa t o goq q^iq a^oi 9©-«s fl i ' <aaww- Wl I 

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2. Kalpana ( See ) 

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Kalpabata 1 (See ) 
gq. e. q°— ^39 ow — 

A name given to males. 
QfijMt W— 3- Q — QIOTIGIGgg 3WK^G€ra — 
Kalpataru dana A kind of gift to Brahmans 

laid down in Dana Sagara. 


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' : ■ * • Ashanjha. 

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Kalpadruma Kalpabata ( See ) 

QfyQ— *. 9- ( $8 ai^+q?, tffi> )— ■-;' 
Kalpana <> I ^| QQ©|— 

('Q^O — ^ ) 1. Contrivance; fabrication. 

•> I ^tehlCQSNGqa — 2. False imputation. 
m I QQI90 — 3. Scheme; design; invention. 
* I Q9QC9I&IW s§— 
4. Power of invention. 

-■■■ 5* Imagination; fancy* 

9 V $$fy &4\R& — 

6. Contemplation; resolve. 
9 1 SHOT; flQQ qQ — 7, Conception. 

8. (logic) Induction; inference,; fancy, 
ti I flOtt — 9. Recollection. 
^» I ql€Uif<f — 10, Power; capacity. 
*«. I ei£H|§ — 11. Sufficiency 

kj> 1 (^a ai§_+q9 «>)— G9W(§>Qig €€1^) — 

12. Cutting. 

qsflOTrt-— 

13. Pitting" or equipping of an elephant 

for a ride. 
9«j^l— q. §>. ( Q%G+Sfi )—K I 9^Q ( GQ3 ) 

Kajpana * 1. Kajpana ( See ) 

( ««$© — m; ) ^ I WQi ( «WQ6QHa )— 

2. Composition. 

1. Dissatisfaction. 

7* 2.!Want, of frankness or sincerity while 

giving away a thing. 


* I 9!$Mj QIWI— 3. Desire. - 

ash 9^\ srisf GHiS), «ici ggG«i q^* qio i 

Kalpana kariba ^ | n<$Q$ agc^l^ G99I — 
<F?l»fi<P*l( 1. To be dissatisfied at heart. 

^5q^T mm ) \ egtaS siqqh Qgq^ qq qq.qi 

©fl€$ ?Q^GQ Q9( GEIlg^ QQ9I— 
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able thing* 

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3. Not to be inwardly frank while giving 

away a thing. 
G9. 8. ( e. 9S^I ) < i SfiiqiQ 9Q9I— 
1. To imagine. 
J I GQGQ eQfifi QQ9I — 2. To conceive, 
*'l SaslGQ Q09I gQ9l — 3. To contrive, 
v I ^Qiq aQ ^>q9| -- 4, To plan. 

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5. To take an imaginary thing to exist* 

Kajpana kusuma e«y ^^oigj, g^p q_^fl ) — 

QSsq— A flower of the skies; a freak of 

fancy; a castle in the air; imaginary 

thing; a thing having no actual existence. 

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Kalpanakeli ^g^GQ $91; <?%?!Q ^Qftt— 

A freak of fancy; a play of imagination. 

©%«l@l@l— g. 9.— ©Sj©l6«e ( G9« ) 

Kaipanakrircla; Kajpanakeli ( See } 

Kajpana prasuta ^ | Q|^0Q. sflftqj^Q. 5/9139— 

1. Fictitious; imaginary; resulting from 

fancy; having no existence in fact; born 

of fancy. 
J I Q«W 91 Q&l- ^9miG§) ©10; 01^gq^9— 
2. Born according to one's desire-. 

* miraculously born without conception in 

the mother's womb„- 

Kajpanspbala 1. Pancy compared to a fruit.- 


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GO, 93. — 9«l©IG£a OWIWiq! (qfil9)— 

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Kalpanarajya ■QStQITOISj Q^OIQ 9§ 9|£> — 

Domain of fancy; fiction. 

KalpanSsakti ^ | Q9ffG9IQi9Q S§ — 
1. Inventive genius. 

* 2. Power of imagination. * 

Q^QIQ^Q — 3. 93.' (*dl 9% Q%Qi + S^p) — 

Kalpanasambhuta Q^Qig^O (GQ$) 

Kajpanaprasuta (See) 

Kalpana heba t I 3GQ q^Q aga^ G99I — 

1. To be dissatisfied at heart. 

J I €Qf«8 QQia QIQ W WGQ Q4I -C9la 

QQ9I— 2. To be dissatisfied after giving 

away a thing. 

Kalpani $^<a ; q^q ( ©WW, ) — Scissors, 

Kalpapadapa Kalpataru (See) 

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the garden of Indra, which showers 
anything ^in applicant desires when 
approaching it; a mythological tree of 
Indra's paradise supposed to grant all 

desires. 


2. The deluge-surviving Banyan tree, 
sitting on which Visnu begins creation 

anew. I 


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and munificence. 

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Ka_lpabruksha Kajpaba^a (See) 

Qfijfi»©l— g. 9— SW* ( GQ9 ) — 

Kalpalata Kalpabata ( See ) 

. gq- 9 — 9§iQ q«§_©i© sraqsGas — 

A name of a legendary nymph. 

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Kalpasutra QSQ<$ G^IQ^I 9£ 91 9f9gl €11% — 

A manual of rituals; a manual o£ 

Vedic rules; a book laying down 

rules of conduct. 

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Kalpanta 0QqiQ ; qpi^ — 1. The end of time; end 

of a Kalpa- 

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Kalpantajibi ©SSI^fllSPX 69« ) — 

(««W$Wfil— tff Kalpantasthayi (See) 

Ealpantara 1, Another Kalpa or age of 

the earth's existence. 
J I 21QH 9^—2. Another or an alternative 

precept. 

Kalpantasthayi «. j ©Qfl'SP; m ^> a9Qia1 — 
(©^tggi^Q— %1) 1. Permanent; indestructible; 

living for ever* 

j I QCfcWQ G3<3 aa^ G^ RG9 91 9GS— 
2. Tbat "which lives to the end of a 
Kalpa; enduring till the end of time. 

o^©— q. Q3 (^a ai^^s>^=«9% ^+9«. ©)— 

Kalpita t i Q©o — 1. Arranged; composed. 
> I ©QIQ9^2- Contrive^^i^agined; 

fancied; inventei;^conceived. 


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"w I STEIIQ©— . Accomplished; done; made. 

* I 3% © — 5. Fitted; equipped; arranged; 

fashioned. 
f> I Q^ — 6. Given away. 

9 I SOSgS©— ?• Put on; fixed on; 

manipulated. 

8. Ascertained; settled; arrived at. 

Fully equipped elephant. 
^QI~G<3. ?. (flQi) (ST* 9^*1%) — <. I QOQ| $QQ| — 
Kalpiba 1. To arrange; to compose. 

'" *Wl -> I 2ICJ3IQ Q| g^Ol^iq 3Q«J| QQ9I— 

*n&<* 2. To set up a thing by imagination; 

to devise. 
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v I ®Q\®\ Q§9\ — 4. To desire; to wish. 
Gfli^ #se§ qs! oft, ?gs> «e^ Oiq «sp i eoqia. qava i 

* 1 ® j)€ ©ft9l — 5, To build; to construct. 

£ I ^QCi| Q^QI — 6. To compare. 

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9 I flQCQaQPOTI — 

7. To settle; to resolve. 

r I Q$ SWIj Q$IO qqiQQ QQSI— 

3. To beget, 

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(1 I 8$l 9€«>l— 9. To think. 

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OfijT— «• 9. (W *%«<§. Q^ Wl- W.)— *> I QGQ— 
Kalpi 1. Composer; maker. 

2. One who furnishes; decorating. 

3, Barber. 
^T. W.— 1 1 aWjtWOW— 1. Designing. 
^ I 6JQI9Wlfl— 2. Contriving. 


Kalmasha 9q + ^| yj^-9ia 9ft9l + «<$. «- 5E1I9I 

1. Sin; guilt. 
? I Ql3 — 2- Dregs; sediment (M. W) 

3. A division of Hell. 

v ! aiaO^I — 4. Sinful thoughts. 

* I $QQ\ - 5. Dirt; filth. 

9 I QW— 6. Taint; stain. 
9 I G$i<a— 7. Fault; defect. 

8. The part of the hand below the wrist (M."W 
<j. $&—*> I flOO- — 1. Dirty. 
j I Q|al_2. Sinful. 

* I QQ4?Q — 3. Tainted; stained. . 
v I "^ OIQ — 4. Wicked. 

CQ. ^ — ?liaiOH G9I<3— 

Slight fault; blemish. 

QQ<g Qg J3lQSig I ) . 
Q<$> ( QOTiQ )— G9G9. (tDQ^ ) 9— Qfi^fli Q^|Q(c^<a) 

Kalma ( etc ) Kalma^etc ( See ) 

QO|«l— St- 3. (M> + Ste| ^=915) QQ9I+©^, «. 

Kalmasha Qsa . aQC| ^^^ WQ jj 

<L I 0©§) Q^ — 1. Variegated colour. 

2. Brown colour; white and black colour. 

* I $%$>§ — 3. Black colour. 
**" I qs33 — 4. Demon; goblin. 

* 1 G?Q^Ga<a — 

5. Name of a demon. 
$ I QIWGtal — 

6. Name of a mythological serpent. 
■9 I Z<S QGSS— 

7. Name of a sacrificial fire. 
r l q^fir «iS>OQQG€l<g; J3fl— . 

8. Name of an attendant of the Sun-god, 

identified to be Jama, 
tf I wmaQ — 9. A kind of deer ( M. W". ) 

10. Name of Sakyamuni in a former birth. 


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coloured. 
J I aaaa««llj GfciaGfcBea— 2. Spotted. 

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A name of Siba. 

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KalmSshapada A name of king ftaudasa. 

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KalmSshi ^ 1 ggqa q» QQgj QK1G£i<£— 

1. The speckled cow of sage Jamadagni 
which granted all desires ( M. W. ) 

2. Name of a river; the Jamuna. 

*QSSl— «f. 9. ( QQ ai§_=Ctei£l QQQI + Q& a )— 
Kalya * 1 gqq. jjiosqiq — 

1. Daybreak; morning; early morning; 

dawn; morrow. 

* I qifli— 2. Health ( M. W. ) 

* 1 oo Qiet; -as qg> — 

3. Last or previous day; yesterday. 
v I 310191 QlSt; 2BS1I91 W — 

4. Next or coming day; to-morrow. 

* I WJQ — 5. Good news. 
I QOlltfli SDSllW— 

6. Benediction; blessing. 
9 1 B^j 3$ — 7 - Honey; mead, 
r I 99«i — 8. Spirituous liquor. 

<{ SK»— 4l ) 1 - Arranged; equipped; fitted; 

furnished; ready for action or use. 

> i siGqci- q&— 

2- Healthy; sound; hale and hearty. 

* I Qsa- OQQ — 3. Clever; expert. 
v | SSI&— 4. Competent. 


* I asi^g — 5. Excellent. 
9 I 9G3WQ — 6. Benedictory; propitious. 
9 I a©; 89§> — 7. Hallowed; sanctified, 
r I Q|$ 3 ^>^Q. $gq— 8. Deaf. 

« I 9K? 6 S9«l€l§9QQ0j Ql<3 6 GQIQI— 
9. Deaf and dumb. 

€9. 3. ( e. W9& )— e I gQIGQ— 

1. At daybreak. 
.> I C0OI31 Q[Q — 2. Tomorrow. 

Kalya jagdhi Morning meal; breakfast (M."W\) 
OfiKHQ— ST. 9. (W!— W«i + ai» ; 30. g. WJJia)— 
Kalyapala qgjj — Distiller and seller of 

spirituous liquor (M. W.) 

9«©^— 3. 9. (ssj+9© ai^=»9^fliQg9i+Q«S.a) — 

Kalyabartta «, j <$$\g> qqqq — . 

1. Breakfast ( M. W. ) 
J I ©Q92II — 2. Light meal. 

* I QlfllQ* 9^| -3. A trifle. 

Ealya 1. Spirituous liquor (M. W.) 

^ I SU°g| — 2. Praise; eulogy (M. W.) 

* | Sld"Q| — 3. Embellic myrobalan (M. W.) 

©sua— ff. 9. (Qfla«wi+««3 yi^L— ewi, w ws»i+ 

KalySna Q^/a)— 1. I flCT'S); ^%J Q ~ 

1. welfare; bliss. 

^ I C^fqCh — 2. Good fortune. 

* I g«l — 3. Happiness. 
v i ^4—4. Gold. 

* I 3S£§— 5. Prosperity; affluence. 

9 \ qS^iI^gsi^ — 

6. Name of an air in Hindu music. 
5> I Q3QIQ — 7. Benefit;^good ofiices. 

1. Propitious; auspicious. 
(WMlh <) -> I 4S— 2. Well-off. 

* I gsfl — 3. Happy, 

v I q|a — 4 Good; honest. * 

* I $q§3$ — 5. Prosperous. 

9 I G^f^0i9K> — 6. Lucky; fortunate. 

9 I QTOIW90— 7. Beneficial. h 


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GO. Q- — V I 4S9HI. §99l«| — 

1. Benediction; good wishes, 

> 1 bkJIw — 2. Blessing. , . 

91 9391^ 9i§5^Qfih 9Q Q9I94 9091 
SflOteQQ — 3 . A word of blessing 
uttered by a man of higher caste or older 
age to a man of lower grade while the 
latter makes obeisance to the former 

when they meet. 

May you prosper. ] 

9QI619Q— ?r. 94 ( 9ffl4+$ ai§_+9$. ® )— 

Kaly&nakara ^ \ qspo^q^l. Calculated to 

do good; beneficial. 

> I 9CP9SJ99— 2, Auspicious; propitious. 

931161 9Q9I — €9. 9 — <* I WlW> 9QQ!— 

Kalyana kariba 1. To bless. 

^SgDJf^dT 2. To utter benediction; to pro- 

nounce a blessing while meeting 
an inferior. 

0Qia$9— 5f. o<a ( 9sai<a +$ ai%+9$. © s a )— 

EalySnakrut v r SI%0§S> 9Kh9l , 3J- — 1. Following 
the precepts enjoined in the scriptures. 

2. Performing beneficial acts. 

9«!ia©9 j — tf. Q — {Qdaij QQ!t«l + O^l — C€T0O €9<t!Q§) 

Kalyanachandra 9$qa ^OTIGQ ©SlQGasiCQ 

SOSh%3©9( q$ OQ — ( Hindu 

Astrology) Auspicious position of the 

moon in respect of a person on certain 

lunar days. ■ 

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09114 -9g 9«"GS 9^€9 Q§ 9t§9 SST9 91 q$ 
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Kalyanaprada \ | ^39. q$99j qgfQQQ — 

(99il3f)9[— fj) '' 1. Auspicious; beneficial; 

propitious. 


<> I &J0999 — 2. Tending to bring 

prosperity- 

Qfiiisiaq— 3. 04. 9? ( ocsiii+giQsfiiea aq )— 

Kalyanamaya ^ \ qcfO^ qeja#— 1. Full of bliss- 
(OfljWIfl^l— tfl) J' I 4Q99 — 2. Beneficial. 

•M g€^S1i€1IQ1— 3. Lucky; fortunate. 

OGiiaiSO— ^^ 04. q_°. ( f%1 ®®i 0^!^ + ®!i9 ) — 
Kalyanaspada ^ | q<%\€\ qiq^IQ G^ieiH — 
(99II4IS0I — %1) 1. Deserving bliss or blessing. 
-> l^!9l%QQ!l^ 9qai<3— 2. Blessed. 

9«lffl1— cr- 0. 41 (o^i^+^l. £))"^ I AIQOISQli s$»i— 
Kalyani 1. A she-calf; a young cow. ... 

9 I ^jCIQGSl'S — 2 Name of a musical air. 

S. 04. " Sfl— «■ I OOltefflOlj qfi «fip9IQ4l— 

1. One (female) which brings prosperity. 

* I ^q.QI — 2. Propitious; blissful. 
9«lfl1q— ■*. 04 ( 99114 + G9iei<i 01 si§ «idG9 IfiJ )— - 

Kalyaniya 99|l4lfl9 ( C94 )— 

Kalyanaspada (See)^ 

9§ (ai%)— «r— v 1 «9-t§ a© qqoi - 

Kalla (root) 1. To emit an inarticulate sound. 

J I <3fiM GWI; 9£ll 9 9g9l — 

2. To be mute (M. W.) . 
9Q— 9. 04. 4° (9?l yi%+9^- ^)— 

Kalla 9!Q > Q^Q— Deaf 

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98q9— e. 04. g. . ( 99; 98 + 09-)— 

Kallamuka O^IQ 6 99: 919 6 9GN — 

(9^991 — %1) Deaf and dumb. 

9§i— siGQ, ( cflOGiqa 3 99. QCfffll, 9^ 9^ CKMefc — 

Kalla —0I9I9I 9QQI )— » ; 0I9I9I — 

Pretext; feigning, 

9§— g. a— «l|dl 9I€% — 

Kalli Tomorrow ( M. "W. ) 

«§J-SIG0- ( GWigSj 99. 9- 9S^=€09l ) — 

Kallu Q&Gi — Oil man. 

QG8lfi>— ?. 0- (9ft ai^ao^ €l^9Cl9l + 9^. (So)- 

Kallola t I WIOQCC; GOQ— - 

1. Billow; high wave. 

J- 1 -*q9 OQGf990- Stsfo — 
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* I tPTOj, 99- — 3, Joy; :pleasure- delight, 

v I S§> — 4- ^J 3 enemy. 

*:l$«&$5> 5 05?^; G3GGQ 9Q9I9Q9— 
5. Gambol; recreation ( M. W. ) 

ST. Q6! —61^ QQia^ — Hostile; inimical. 

69. $— ^ I «99 a@ — 

EL Exclamation ^of j@y op delight. 

J I C9MTO— 
2. Noise; brawling noise; tasmlfc. 

€19 — 1. Overjoyed; delighted; dancing 
«rith joy; elated with joy. 
J 1 £3!Qi993Q^--2- Resounding with brawl- 
ing sound; filled with reverberating 
sound; tumultuous. 

KallQlamaya 9G$I©S> ( G<m>« ) 

Kallolita ( See ) 

eew&«— sr- w- < 9G|^+srQi« ) iGa. q©)— 

Kallolita «. I 99fiM^9— 1. Billowy. 

s i ©wgiq ^gq^s— 

2. Full of waves; agitated. 
Kallolini <• I Wl— 1. River. 

/ I QQerqg s><3i— 

2, A surging stream ( M~ W. ) 
9G§l«>«i— GQ. # * (Mi) ( QS^lia )— 

KaJWiba V 1 9S PI SIGQCQ QQGJ* <?t 0QG19 
Q3QI — 1. To be overjoyed; to be 

elated. 
> I 9^91919069 09890 G991 — 
2. Tq resound or reverberate with sounds 

of joy. 

«n- 1 SDffQGQ QI©9I — 
&. To dance with joy. 

•* I 25QQGQ 60IOI9Q- OOTI— ' 
4. To raise a cry of joy. 


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Kas (root) 1. To go. 

* i ^y oqpi— 2.JT0 mi. ~ 

* I SQ 9Q$»— S.'To souinl 

v I £|K3|Q gQ^i — 4. To striK; ■ 

* I 95 GQ91 — 5. To punish. 

98— G9GQ. (STI ) 9*1 ( ffl. 9flj §_Q. $=99£1 )— Q9 

Kas 69IQ ©a G91Q GQ9GQ $>3q9!j Gq&j 9©— 
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Kaskas (d^JQ) — ( body of a person ) Feeling 

v*[H*\ languid before the attack of a disease. 

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§<J 6 «I9Q<| G9|y ^!<J ; <19l^|i GQ9 9399 G99l> 
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KagmaS Kaskas (See) 

9«— * 9. («tt ai$==€i?!tf 9Q9I+94. a ;^s3 ©gq^ 

Kasa gaff 9G^)— <. I ©9—1. Water. 

J I ^S!?i G9l^9f — 2. Whitf thong (M. W.> 
9«»— #. 9.^(9^ v ^l^_=-Qa 9QQ!+9^. «I+^I.'«fl)- 
Kafe& <"| ^9. Q9IQ9)|-^1- Whip; thong. 

> I ^Q15f-^2. The rein 1 of a horse; bf idle. 

* f 9Q9j «§L«— 8. String; rope (M. W.) 
■tf r 0©Q qiQr-*-4. Whipping; flogging 

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* 1 q^f; atf — 5* Face; mouth (M. W.) 
f\ *l— 6. Quality. (jrf.-W.y 

G9. Q.— 9«l (G9«) 

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9SII9-G9. ^—(^. 9S91)— G«OTq.QQ OqiQG^. 9°QIQ 
Kasai ' O^— The Kamsai river in 

^rt^ Midnapur. 

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salvia — e- 0. (*qi ©% Mi+siKai9) e^? ai<3— 

Kasaghiita- Flogging; whipping; a cut with 

the whip. 

^«1©9!0— ^. Q- ( •qiOOj Q€l| + 6>QI© )— 
KasSnipata ||&qqQyiq SQ[Q— 

Hpw or stroke with a whip ( M. W. ) 

■WW?— e. $«i X wn-*tf ai$-=6sn«h ewi+tf$. 

Kasarha sy ) — q^QSiQ gqcpiq QOqg. QSUQIS- 
GSIQm— Fit to be whipped; deserving a 

whipping. 

Kasipu ^ j e^iq^GaigiQ. «(^. graieiQQ — 
1. Food and raiment; maintenance. 
> I 3£hl— 2. Bed; bedding. 

• I WO — 3. A seat; stool. 

v 1 £!Q — 4. Cushion; mattress ( M. W. ) 

* ' 98Sb ^ — 5 - Mat ( M * "^* ) 

£ I 9$2fl — 6. Pillow ( M. W. ) 

9 I «— 7. Couch ( M. W. ) 

PI ^q, — 8. Food (M. W. ) 

<! I ORWi CQl*aW— 9. Clothing (M. W.) 

■ ; Kaseru Q$. $ )— V I H%\& Q$<%$\% GS%9«J— 

1. Backbone; vertebra. 

s -M GQ*LQ£W «WGa<a— 

2. A kind of grass; Scirpus Kysoor. 

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3. One* of the nine divisions of ancient 

India. 

9G€I$9— «t. W- ( «G€l%+« )— Gfl%9§§ir% ( SltiO) 
Kaseruka Vertebrate (animal ). 

Kaseru 2 (*See ) 

Kaschana 1. Any person ( male ). 


(QIOO— 41) > l-G«I^9 ( Qi§ )— 
(ggg — q]q) 2. Some one ( male ) 

Q%Q— Of. W. 1°. ( Q8 + 9© )~W ( G^«i )— 
Kaschit . - Kaschana ( See ) 

(WO— H) 

0^[«— ST. 9. ( QQ ^l%— «K3|Q .OQPI + O^ »)— 
Kasmala v I ?l^i ; QQI9 — 1. Fainting; swoon. 
j I 3IQ3IQ — 2. Stupefaction; fainthearted- 
ness; depression of spirits. 

* I ©Q€ll — 3. Despair. 

4. Consternation; bewilderment. 

* I SSWj 9*iTO — 

. 5. Wantonness; wickedness. 
£ I CIIQ — 6. Sin. 
9 I qopi — 7. Timidity; pusillamrfihy. 

r I ^Ja^5)9l— 8. Impurity. 

g. q«i. q;.— v 1 aitfl— 

(©qpi— <1) 1. Sinful; sinning. 
J I qgo— 2. Ugly. 

* I %Q$i flQOI — 3. Dirty; foul. 
r I TOQp— 4. Impure. 

* I ^IQ. — & Timid; pusillanimous, 

£ 1 SiQSNQCig, — 6. Stupefied; dejected. 

Kasmira Kashmere country. 

Kasmiraja GQSiGQQG^i ) — ©l^lff — Saffron. 

e. ©«.— ^i^gqwi© — 

Produced in Kashmere. 

Q€!lQ9qil— ff. 9. ( 9^§i Qq]Q+©^% ^fl|. ^9 ; 

Kasmira janmlt -^l ^l€llQ GQS1GQ 9^91^)— qQ-q ; 

©letlO^- Saffron. 
9€N— ?T. 9- (Q9 ai§ = «9 «ft9l + 0rf. Sj) — 

Kasya V I QQ\®\Q Qf ai4fi99-^-l. The flanks of a 

horse. 
-* I TOnQGfiW — 2. Name of a spirituous. 

liquor, 

9. 9. q?— ( M yi% + Qtf. a )— M^i."«lSg* ; 

(Q9m| — ^3) QIQ9I GsaiQ«i — Deserving the. whip. 


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sage. 

««£gQ <9IQT'OiqL 8130*1, W3JQ 4 Qlflo MflGQ, 

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*^9<1 39 3©GI 9QS}SR I < W €«llf< 3§9I 91 
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■> I qct^Gei^ — 2 A kind of deer. 

* I flfisQGSS— -3. A sort of fish. , 
v i to** qSj ( §q. en. Q%q=Q$$ q§ )_ 

• 4. The constellation Cancer. 

G9. $.— ij;^li9£[q[— Name a demon, 

father of Prahlada. 

Gsac$ sag fliiGQ q^ qct i giol. cme^ i 
^^"(ai^j)— e.— * I 3€9l— 1. To rub. 
Kash (root) $ \ q%q>\ — 2. To scratch. 

* I GQQ9I — 3. To scrape, 

* I %G§3 €991 - 4. To itch. 

* I pssaeiQGQ q§ aqsi 9391— 

5. To rub with a touchstone; to test. 
9 I *ll« Mft»| — 6. To hurt 
«> | <?y q§9| — 7. To kill; to destroy. 

*«Mi— snot, ww) 9. (sr- w c «— Qcpofijsi— 

Kashna Plough-iron; ploughshare. 

■9«9I— flJGQ. Wg&q) ■«— Q€fl| (G9«l) • 

Kashna Kashna (See) 

«q9i«— €9. 9 6 9tf— 9<ai9€ (g9s) 

Kashkash * Kashakashi (See) 

■qq— e. 9. ( w N ai^— oqsrQwi+WQM. a) — 

Kasha t I q^ekiq— 1. Touchstone; gold- 

testing stone. 
-> I «j9 ©q>SKIld9 9<3£t— 2. Testing of a thing 
to ascertain its value; assay. 

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* 1 <a€QI — 3. Rubbing, 
v 1 q§f 91 —'4. Scraping. 

G9. 9— <• I 9BI G9IQ gg,9 G9IQ?{9I QS- 
QTOQ*?— 1. A tightly twisted rope. 
^ I £J<3© QIQ8I did 91 Q€h— 2. Gum; juice. 

* I QSl^'QSl — 3. Astringent juice. 
"*■ I 9$Qff% QICI — 4. Coloured taint. 

* I QSf> 9^—5. Colour; dye, 

oe OQ^i-ai€^. ( «w«qs ) 3. ( sr. «<aiq .)— . 

Kasha kariba Q%IQ«jlQGMQQ| ; Qgw^IQQ^ QgiQ$>i- 

To dye (cloth etc). 
«wi%afl9i— gi€9. ( ^Qg.Q ) §— V I TOQQ cwi— 

Kashaku asiba j. To bear fruit. 

^ I ,QQ»0© GWI— 2 To be profitable. 
QSS— flIGQ. ( ^R^LQ) ?>— (3.©$)— 3%-* 

Kashat . Difficulty; trouble. 

9®t— €9. 9— QG^I% ( GQ3 ) 

Kashata Kashota ( See ) 

Q€§— G9GQ. Q. (■*. OTQf^ 0$ )— 9^a£JQ— 

Kashati Touchstone. 

G9. Q61— W%® ( GQ«I ) 

Kashatia ( See ) 
9«f31— €9. Q4. ( g. OTI^ )— \ 1 toish g|. ^g© 
Kashatia $g|«j — 1. Slightly astringent in taste. 

> I Ol^dl — 2. Slimy; gummy, 
^ifefl * I $a<*l— 3. Niggardly; miserly. 

4. Su€ering hardship; habituated to 

endure troubles. 

* I Qg© Q§|Q — 5 # Reddish. 

^ I 9^1^ ^19 q9^i — 6. Astringent in taste. 
9€ia— e- Q. ( 9^ ai^j_=2irai© 9§9l+g9. "BO )— 
Kashana ■ 1 1 cqq. q^^^ 9%— 1. Pain; trouble. 
©a 99G3 efliQ go^i aeg ale qa €<$iq i 

> I ^% ©Q — 2. Mark; trace; stain. 

* I q4$ - 3. Rubbing. 

v I 9^ ^O— 4. Scratching. 

* I 9€9I; IQI^QfaaQGQ q€ d4A 9Q.9f— 

5. T©Bting of gold with a touchstone. 


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6. Unripe; immature- 

7. Adapting one's self to ( M, W. ) 

flITO. ( WfiaSL ) §— Q% a€$s— 

Bodily labour- 
er. © — V ! ( tf. Miq )— OTOl^L ^ TOQ 
QieAiaqg QQP\ gSqj-— 1. Tanning (Grundy). 
} I QQ<3f — 2, Testing (Bev. Grundy) 

9«9— e©. .©. ( *. sxfeil ) — 

Kasha^i *. I GQIQ aHflJOGQ'" Q$QI C&% qO; 

siq?8 ; grog — 
$3ftt 1. A small narrow ring for the small 
toea of women. 

j 1 asg&t «w«« sew ©9C9 *i)cp ocq §$91 

3Q2II— 2. A ring used by archers to 
protect the fingers from injury while 

drawing the bow, 

* I $€91; tieM — 

3. The act of drawing tightly. 

aol awol qfl qei ssriq at© 9«^ *«iq 1 

v I SSKJQIQ ©a§f ^°€l p]Q Q|9l£j 81GIGQ 
GSOQIO QO 6%q G9IQ WR 314— 

4. An ear-like portion of the, Join-cloth 
which protrudes from the waist. 

[ 2— §©tfi«iiQ esqf *J°a '{fwi Gq^Q g<MQ 

Q1«T QIG4 G«rai «W ©KJL G«ll<a9 6 9191$ ales a.R?i 
w a$ qw?iq aw ©iq^a QQSi 1 ] 

* l ®§ 9^?» — 5. A string. 

" Kasha daurgi $Qfl€)£a Wl G9l$^9l ^9 — 
CHftV A strongly twisted rope. 

G«GI$— GQ, 9— ©!?»l§— . 

Kashadanta * Molar, teeth. 

««l— ST. 9— QS1 ( 69«l. ) 

E#sha Kasa ( See ) 

^*ft ; TO- 9. ( 3. Q^l ; gi. TOd )■— 

\* Working of a mathematical sum. 

2^ ^yppin^;. scourging. 


3. Equipment of a beast or conveyance 4 or 

use. 

4. Tightening. 

5. Moistening; seasoning of a tough thing - 
by immersing it in water. 

6. The act of Kashiba ( See ) 

The asfbringent kernel of mango-stone. - 
1 , Equipped; fitted. 

CfllfcO «^^? ©SI ^ra QQGQ gJfilQ 9fl| J 

J I 31410 G9IQ^QI ( €l]g?QQ gflg^lQ ) — 

2. "Worked out ( mathematical sign ). 

3. Of astringent taste, 

aq,?<i a^ aiQe*iQ£i?<i 9€i j a^alo 1 
v I Q^9 — 4. Dyed; coloured. 
* l ( e. Q®\% ) — eaqpi ©3© qq Qer— ■ 

5. Reddish. 

QQQ. frtl ^10 99! 9^ 3® G9 aff^MQ viq G9 I 

9 I q^O ( Q®) — 7. Shut ( eye ). 

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r I 9^04; $EK1— 8. Miserly. 

ti I 99^69 Wl €.910^91 — 9- Tied tightly, 

SIQH91 ( 0^©l )— 
10. Tanned (hide). 

99IQQI— TO. § — K I 9Q&\ ( G9« )£^Q3fe>$%a«~ 
Kashiba 

1, Causative of Kashiba ( See). 
I I Q$Q OIQQGt 9 QQ9I— 
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3- To tan a hide. 
Ka^h^kaphi 1 . Equipping of horses etc. 

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3. Pulling; tugging. 
v I OT<$( GWIj 2JQI%G> — 

4. Not being enough; insufficiency. 
* l-«?%GQ QQ9I — 

5. Going on with difficulty. 

6. Miserliness; niggardliness, 

7. Examination; testing of metal and 

r gems, 

r I asjsQ $a a^siia^ — 

8. Mutual testing of strength. 

69. q^i— acQiii^Q <?» aqsiQ-iq. to qsiq€ — 

Testing each other's strength. 

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9$l%3— G9.~ Q. 6 $£1— OTIQ§ ( GOSI ) 

Kashakushi Kashakashi ( See ) 

spiciest 69 fii&is^& ©eisja— ^g°<?. fl^iQoo-«Ch i 

Kashaghata Kasaghata ( See ) 

««S«fl— GQ. W— OTIO& ( 69$) 

Kashatia Kashajia See ) 

«<aiffs»— 69. 9. (g-.©^H-a , a)-9giqQqqsj era— 

Kashaphala v Astringent fruit. 

■QQiQie— 69. 9. ( sr. Q^-f-Qigs )— g^ cs^fiq 

Kashabasa q&© q§,— Cloth dyed with red ochre. 

^fat*l as>6ft *«i?ra 3ietfl qfiiq— ^j9°§. swaa 9» 1 

Q€Hq— $. 9. ( 9% ai%=g o $ai qq<?i+q<§. «sq )— 
Kashaya <c 1 QgiQq — 

1. Astringent flavour or taste. 
* I Q3j ^ia — 2. Decoction; extract. 

[ g— gWhsi^ hmigq wiq am hoiq, aai— * 
W, q«j, $ia, eilwaiq 6 £ri«n 1 §i<aa <ie qci siggp 
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3. Fragrant ointment. ■ 

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4. Gummy juice; gum. 

* I.GSlFQQ — 5. Flavour; scent. 

9 I ©Gaaff; SIG^S! — 

6. Paste; ointment. 

9 i G€hMQ- ETSIMI qa — 

7. Bignonia Indica (plant) 
r i $«wgp — 8. The Kali age. 

9. Yellowish red tint; brown colour. 

s. w. — ^ 1 Qg al© 9$ SJs©— 

1. Reddish yellow; tawny; brown. 
J \ Q&® —2. Coloured; stained; dyed. 

* I 6Q§9 — 3. Red. 

v I £J=aQ QSi — 4. Reddish. 

5. Sweet to hear; melodious; dulcet. 
9 I ^QO— 

6. Sweet scented; fragrant; sweet 

flavoured* 
9 I 2ia£ — 7. Inefficient. 

r l Q<3| ^19 qU^ — 
8- Of astringent taste. 

9S[q9— %. Q^J. (Wiq + qg*62f Q©)— 
Kashayita 1 | q^© ; qgQ§Q — 

1. Coloure4( tinged; stained. 

2. Redcoloured; reddened; dyed red. 

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3. Reddish yellow. 

Q«i«)sa — 69- Q^i. — ^ i ^s s>sij ^<ao ©^ 993g — 

Kashalia 1. Slightly astringent in taste. 

^H^T 2. Slightly coloured; light-coloured. 

.Kasjii Malignant; malicious. 

fiwfcRr . ^ 1 cat <?^i ^a— 

1. 3^all or unmatured fruit; 
undeveloped fruit. 


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^fl^T, 3»T3t, afiTfo, 


9IO a& — 2. A species of 

wild tree; Brindelia Retusa. 

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«QS 21© G©£fl fiJW 5119 Qio SIQ a§ 6 «3Q 

G©|QIG9 < 9IO 9*i9§© §« I ] 

910; <aQ 91ft Q9€Q V Mil €ltfll $<1 I 

( oq9 gsiq ©s& eoi^ CQS )— 

3. The state of one cowrie-shell falling 

breast upwards in the indoor game of 

cowries. This denotes 'one* mark only. 

SIGQ. (SflfllQ) G9G9. «.(«. «!§> — «j9r filial— 

Castrated goat or sheep. 
G9. $ei— «* I Gfit 6 «1% (fffl>) — 
^f§ 1. Eaw or young (fruit). 

> I £9: G®$ — 2. Small- little. 
<* | 9<$ Qj^q — 3, Young. 

•( aai— ©€ qeiqgii i ) 

v I QICtlQH — 4. Slight. 
. G9. 5. Q$— SIISI9mGQ; 4)«30— Slightly. 

( saai— QSefiiiQq^ ©Sqggji i ) 
■o39-e. M ( Q<a ai4=aggi qwi+qA © )— 

Kashita «. | $<a§GQ 9^9© ^l) — 

1. (gold) Tested with touchstone. 
} I aq|Q£)l3 — 2. Hurt. * 

Kashiba *. | ag}©' qgq H | 3Siaiff Q€IQ|. 21$ Q§9I — 
^**l1 1. To work out a mathematical fltim 

3WH or problem. 

(WIQ9I — fl©$) J I C^QCQ SIQQI — 

2. To whip. 

* I S9IQ 9§9I — B. To strike or beat; 

03^1— ©1^91©$! * G9© 9§GGtl ) 
v I Q$9€( 91^91 — 

4. To bind up tightly. 

* I si8,i a« <§ ©jaw^iq @9%3§© q?Q9l — 

5. To equip one's self with arms etc. 
• 6. To equip horse etc. for use. 


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9 I 9«| Q€19I, CHS 6"?1I SI£II9%_ ©QQIQ9Q9I 
qjrq^ §2JGQ 91 G©QGQ §^IQ9i— 

7. To fry green vegetable, fish or meat 

before preparing curry. 

r I *|4 a9ia% ff ^ 9Q9IQIQ* ftQGQ ^9IQ 
Q^9I — (gai— GQOQQ q€qi)— 

8. To keep a tough thing immersed in 
water for some time to soften it. 

«s I .q$q\; efQGQ a^sai ®Q9i— 

9. To test by actual experiment. 

CQIS CU« £}©GQ Sfll ^CTf! Q0SQ &S « ffl^ # 9QQ&Q i 

t« I of aeiQGQ <a9 spkjl aqjiai Q€i9! ; q^i 

a€i39i — 10. To test the genuineness of 
gold by rubbing it on touchstone, 

^96© OIQI ©g^ ^ Q9Q— Qjj. C9eQ«SlS«»l9 t 

t.t I ( Qfr$\& ) qqgi ^Q9i ; QQ§9I— # 

11. (Jfigurative)JTo test. 

€01 QQ$ OfllO gilfl Gfll 9Q€? «9QCQ — 

«sig&i- ©eaiqo^t o. cflo i 
U I %lSi9l ; 6tlQ9l— 

12. To draw tightly; to pull. 

\«> I G$4Tg99I; Qfl WG99I; ^ ®H G99I — 

13. To deal out a thing in a niggardly 
manner; to lessen the quantity; to 

sparingly give a thing. 
V* I q&l QQ91; Q-a 91— 

14. To rub. 

fllfl G99IQ_Gf)IQ *l<l fllgQeJQ «|3£Q ^Q^© ^QGQ I 

»^«S. gcrlo i 
1+ I ©aiQ9li 9<3|Q9I — 

15. To cause to be grasped or pressed. 

€01 sl<3 o 9QSg; <&$ qpi& aa co»-og^ G900^, 

eiCQ GqiG9i 9SQ 99 | 

W I 9%G99l3 €1^91; ^©^1^9 9Q9I— 

16. To inflict pain; to oppress. 

S9G9 ^WieQ. SLU G9I6), GQ99I 51^ 9S§ I 

giol. aGai99— cgflft§-^ftioi i 
^9 I ( «!G>19 ) ^WIQ9I ; ©^IQ9I— 

17. To brandish (sword etc. ) 

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3«& eacst S^IGQ £s, &»^«H? SOTO s^Q 

giw. W*waiQ) #*— v i egaraw sq«isi9Q9I— 

1. To labour hard. 

-> i sgsis aQgqg® $8 e^ 9€*qi— 

2. To till the land with great labour. 
^§«— flIN. ( ^Rqfi ) Qtil. ( tf. 9<a^ ) — 

Kashila V I Officii — 1- Laborious, 

2. Skilful and laborious in agriculture. 
'QSjQI— GQ- M. (ST- 931^)* <> I QS9 9<ai£| gtQQS%— 
Kashua 1. Slightly astringent in flavour or 
^Rltflfcrl taste. 

TO'^T / I TOM — 2. Gummy. 

* I Q3q.g— 3. Juicy. 

<QQfil— CQ.9. (a. 9&1D— t. 1 Gai^isiGQ qs 9QG9G» 

,Kashum Sflerp^. WllO^'GQQIQQSQt Qicf *r£ 

1. A leathern glove used to protect the 
fingers of a warrior from hurt. 

<$p across esffi ftciiQG^ i 


39&I 9Q9I9IQ* WSGQ 


5 I aOQ q£l 

RQIQ9I qQSfl — 
2. A ring worn by archers on the finger 

to draw the bow. 

G9 Slfll fflSIGQ 9QC9 88; ^llQ SJCIGQ 9«Q «Sfl 

9€9I^— GQ. Q. — ^ I «*J9I — 1. Scantiness. 
Kashot J I QtflQIj §Sli$ — 2. Calculation. 

* I « sfai apgi; w*9— 

3. Deficiency; want. 
GQ. Qd.--*. I «q — 1. Scanty. 

y I ^931 — 2. Miserly; niggardly. 
* I gg|Q G9QS(9I — 3. Calculated. 
9G8I?— 6Q. 9 6 $3— 9S? ( GQ« ) 
Kasho^i Kashati ("See ) 

ewi?a-w...w-wi«i ( €Q«| ) 

Kashotia Kashatia ( See ) 


Q%— e. §. (M N ais«8«qi rai9i+q9« ©)— 

Kashta v I ( aiqQO, flIOTQ ) gm GSS— 

1* Pain; uneasiness. 
J I 3J8SI — 2. Sorrow; trouble; difficulty; 

misery; hardship. 

* I 21© ^8<3i — 3, Extreme pain; affliction, 
v i flflcrfl — 4 Evil. 

* I QQUfl — S- Labour; exertion. 

9 I flW G9<W — 6 - Labour-pains; pangs of 

child-birth 

tf. M. (+9$. ©)— ^ I $%— *• Afflicted 

suffering 

*> 1 9^3^; $83999; 9»fllfl9 — 2, Sorrowful, 

grievous 

* I C19Q; 98SUJ — 3. Difficult. 

v | OTifi- ^.C©— 4 - Wretched; bad; nasty. 

* I <a©; fflfl— 5. Low; mean. 
^> I ©GOIQ— 6. Severe. 

Kashtakara Causing trouble. 

Q% «€JQI— CQ. 8. (3- S<$) 0€tiSI 9Q9I; 9««l qgQI— 

Kashta kariba To labour hard; to take pains; 

^|^| to toil. 

KashtakalpanS 9^91 — A forced idea; a laboured 
conceit; strained imagination. 

Q^Q^O— tf. M. (*£J OO3 Q«ji+Q^a)— Q§SS£J?IGQ 
Kashtakajpita Q(^Q — Farfetched. 

Kashtakashte Kashtamash^e (See) 

Kashtakaraka 9IQ^1> — g3l$ — The world. 

$. W.— ^j««©QQ — Causing hardship. 

QVWI— S. S>^. (9%+^ ai%=«BGr9l+9^ Q^ 

Kashtajibi ^fill. ^Q ) — V I GS 9^GQ 03991 

(9%CQQ«I — 3,1) QWQ 9€Q— 1- Earning livelihood 

with great difficulty; earning a scanty 

livelihood. 


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^ I GS B6Q9 ff%"GQTOQ W — 2 - Lining 

with great suffering. 

'G<1 GOQI-CQ.3. (Ct. Q^j+^l yi^j_) ao«i$9_8«GWI— 
Kashta deba To give trouble; to distress; to 
^f! C^fa^Tl afflict; to harass; to oppress. 

q% a^oi— flieQ. (««ifl) $.— * i Qq sKmq gwi — 

Kashta pardiba 1. To take trouble. 

<3<^GG 9191 9^ a© ^Q ©9 

J \ Q%Q$Q «WI;Q% 3IQ9I— 2. To suffer. 

Kashta paiba ^§91 — To suffer; to be distressed. 

*hm!W T 2. To undergo labour-pains. 

Kashtapher^a A sweet warbling bird; the 
?^«lt^« Indian cuckoo; Cuculus Micropterus. 

..* [ S — qw qyiQia awpis *q TO ■ 

- waagj 6 o§*q aiQStaGQ o asl wsigq 
'QQM106' £W aal siqiq GftStaQfij i 'qrq2iiq6 ; 

GQl$Q aft 9QQ© I <MQ GQIQGQ 9Q «8, 

*$gq Sen ftiSj as ®Qm\ gs g&s— 

( GSiGcia©^ ) ] 

9^ GfffQI — G9. £*. ( £< 9^4-G^t ^1%)— ^IOhQ 
Kashta pheidiba ^MI^GGIOQ QQQl — 

^ W&\ To relieve a person's distress, 

$%fl6^~-GQ. 5*. Q^l- ( W& ^^ ^°^1Q SG^iei )— 
Kashtamasljte ^ I 2i© S^eQj '^© a^W^^ISQ — 
^|5|d 1. With much difficulty. 

■ > I Gfl GQl^l§«G€>; GSQG^^ 3^IGQ— 
2. Anyhow. 

9*|€9I«>— 9. *. ( *#% ft^+G^I^ )— ffl© Gflie- CIO 
Kashtajoni QQ — A- mean or low birth. 

9%6i3i©9 aid fl^i^sa aeo — 3$°$. s^iqciQ. 99 » 


Kashtasrita ^. i QGOI^ §Q aiQ^I 9ft^9l — 

1. Practising a very severe austerity or 

vow. 
J I $<% GQ€1 QQUQI — 

2. One who has suffered much. 
9%e@— 3. w. q?. ( Sq+SQ ^1^+9^. n )— 

Kashtasaha <. I GQ€I «lgf ; GM ^S"9IGSi Sic^a — 

(Q^jSl^l — §]1) 1. Enduring hardship; inured to 

hardship. 
^ I GarfldlO— 2. Patient. 

* I aftflfl 3f»© ^IQ'i Qft9IGQ ei^g — 

3. Painstaking. 

0% 3QQI— G^>. § — 98<SI 99h 0Q9I — 

Kashta sahiba To bear pain; to suffer. 

9%g9§j-e. Q3- ©^519 ( G9€1 ) 

Kashtasahishnu Kashtasaha ( See ) 

Q^QIM— 3. Q€. ( *q QO; Q^j + S112U ) — 

Kashtasadhya §8«H2J; ^@ Sliy — 

Difficult of accomplishment; to be accom- 
plished with difficulty. 

Kashtasrushte Q^J^G^ ( €9^ ) 

^^ Kashtamashte ( See ) 

O^IOG^— G9. S . Q^l— Q^flGgi ( CM ) 

Kashtakashte Kashtamashte ( See ) 

0%I90— 3. M ( *£j| oq 3 Q^, 4-SlsTo ) — t I <j»«|fi49. 
Kashtarjita q^ q^qq gig— 1. Hard-earned; 

got with great difficulty. 
J I ^3^11^91 9»iq QSjj G9U Si9 G9IQ?19I— 
2. Bad-earned; evil-earned; ill-begotten. 

Q%\£&\ — £. Q— «ieTG9ig96€ig — 

Kashtarthata A defect in composition 

where it is difficult to comprehend the 

author's meaning. 

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sjeii— 

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Kashti a | (gpi QQQ) q§Q! ; aqgi qqqi — 

1. Te&tiveof gold, 

2. .Touchstone. 
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QIQQ Qfi^s^lQ SW TO^Q $« I ] 
Q^Q— GQGQ. ( &° ) Q— GW$_ GSH9MQI ^q jqjq 
Karshftk % ": ^31^©$ 9g- Caustic. 


Q^aaQ— gq. q ($• $€ £ s^Q)— ©iT (goa)— 

Kaihtfpatbara Kashti (See) 

XasUti \ 1 9^| GSF ^Qfl^l — 1- Having under- 
(9% fil — 41) ' S one S reat hardship, 

2. Suffering much hardship. 

(woman) Undergoing much suffering. 

efliQ *Q aej «gq q^6§. 

Q€^CrtS^— W. $ • M (©Qfifa GOS 3Q)^7 
Eashtemashte Q^G^ (GQ€I)_ 
<$c|3K§ Kashtamasbte (See) 

«6V G* ««4 GQI9IGQ frQO I $gtf$. 9$I§G&- <?» I 

«6%9G%— 69. $ . W — (©Qei r <? GSS a^)— 
Kashtesrushte 9G<|aG% (G9S) 
^K&&§ Kashtemashte (See) 

Oe^i— "69- Q«l — 9SQ3 (G<5«l) 

Kaskas Kaskas (See) 

QGQfil QQ — GQ. 9.— flQWGSS — A kind of parasite 

Kaskasi jari plant; Pecus Parasaticus. (Haines) 

| ; 9«mQ— CQ- W.— ©QpQ (GQ<S) 

&asmas Kaskas (See) 

^ .Kasru Kasuru (See^ ; 


Kasrukamda Kasurukanda (See) 

9OT^tG$. ©-— 9^ «|Qi a^QGM — 

Kasaalu A. kind of wild yam; Cassava, 

Kasana Kasamardda (See) 

QgaiQ— G9. q. ( e. esiq+araej )— 

Kasapani t. | ciq 28Q^6^I§PI «IO|0«II Qg — 

1 ^ 1. Gummy juice, 

^ I QSjIQ 9^1 — 2 - Reddish liquid. 

99920— G9. W: "9!- ( a - ®^9) — GQQiraQ— 

Kasapia Addicted to prostitutes. 

MQ 9^01— GQ. §.— GQ€1hI q<?Q Q^»l G91Q GQ€1H|- 

Kasapi kariba q^ sbq^ OQQIQ Q&Q Q©^1GQ' GQS 

QQ^l GQQ Oiq.'QaGQ€l QCIQI— 

To enjoy a prostitute on the 1st night of 

her entering into the profession after 

attaining puberty, by paying a fancy fee 

for such a privileger 

oeaQQ— g§gq. 9. (a. OTeSq)— GMiiq§ — • * 

Kasapigiri Prostitution. 

OaQftaO^.G^-. 9. (€«©) — *• I G^^Hiqi)— 

KasapichhuS 1. Whoreson. 

J |.'©IQB.jQ<i§— 2. Bastard. 
saasMQ ~ۤG$. M. (a. 999 W V- 

Kasapibaj G9€l^l^g ( ^% ) — Addicted to 

whores; debauched; fornicator, 
Qm\ — GQG9- 0. ( n. Q%p<^ QOT)— t I Q^ GQasl; 
. Kaeapi qtOQl — 1. Whore; prostitute, 
^rft -? I Q$G) —2. Dancing girl. 

3. Adulteress. 

G 0. M — ^m. GOtO^— Miserly. 

©gal Q^QOI— gq. 3.— * I (Q9€lia ) 9Q SIQgJp GWI> 

Kasapi nachaiba tSQ M£> G9IQ gQICl^GQ «IGQQ^ 

: QiOn 9^91 — 1-To become too shameless 

a sensualist and depraved,, 

-?! tt^W ^©h qcsjGQ Wi Q91Q9I— 
. r2* To play music in accompaniment to 

^^gdancing &l -prostitutes or dancing 

girls. 


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'999— G9G9. ( a ) 9—9*1991% Gaai— 

Kasab Profession; trade; livelihood. 

«9Q1— G9GQ. ( *fl ) 9. (a. Q^QD— 999151; 9<3>9|— 
e Kasaba A big village. 

<9990i-G9. q«i. q?— ©qgfen ( G9$ ) 

Kasabia Kasapia ( See ) 

99<3i (ftoiw)— eoGQ. (a) 9— 99ol q««i» ( G93 ) 

Kasabi (etc) Kasapt etc ( See ) 

$9fl— gw. (a9S0 9 .— q«i. am— 

Kasam Oath. 

$93 «iQ©i — G9. §.— ©g© q«i a9iQ9ij eiaa qq9I — 

Kasam khaiba To swear; to take oath* 

stow ^rr?TT 

■9909 — G9. w.— OTfl^ (€9«i) 

Kasamasa Kagmas (See) 

^Qfl?20— G9. Qtfl. — QqflQ (CQffl) 

Kasamasia Kasmas (See) 

-99Q — €§€9. 9. (». 9SQ)— 9S& QSWI9 (eQfl) 

Kasar etc. Kasur etc. (See) 

-TOQO— eSGQ. 9. (a. 999©) — J I St&folj Q^|q. 

Kasarat ^g-v-1. Athletic feat; gymnastics. 

^^Rra^ > I GO^I — 2. Endeavour. 

<M*W v 1 a^flfl— 3. Labour; physical exertion. 

99Q9«fl— G9G9. M. (a. qsqgo— 9i^i«is1q— 

Kasaratia Practising gymnastics. 

99Q— G9. Q.— «99IG1^ ©G©Q— 

KasarS • Name of a bird. 

€9. 94 — ( $. 90Q ) — 99q 9& 3Q| 6 9iq 
^11 QWlfeji — Brown; reddish white, 

9999— 9L €969. 9. («)— 9SKJ0 (69fl) 

4 Kasalat Kasarat (See) 


991— tf. 9.— 931 (G9«t) 

Kasa Kasa (See) 

€9. 9. 6 Wl— 931 (G93) 

Kasha (See) 
99 IQ— G969. 9. (a. 9^lt) — Q°q|Q (G9fl) 

KasSi Kaiisai (See) 

9g|Q€tl9l— G9. 9. («ri.9|IMI9l)— «l!9iief a®M 90.- 
Kasaikhana 919 giG)-Shambles; slaughter house. 

9QI991— €9. §*. — 9^91 ?^IQ 3©^^ 9^9! (G9«!) 
Kasaiba Causative of kashiba (See) 

0«ll9Q7-e9. 9^1 — t I G99q «9 G^g^ G9Q^I 

Kasakas (eaig|9 «09)— 1. Very tightly fitting 
^>tW (dress) 

->' I PSJ^i — '2. Insufficient; deficient. 
G9. 9. — V I Q2J<3i wg| — 1. State of want. 
J I QQtilOlj 9^$$Q|— 

2. Tviggardliness- 
93199— G9. 9. — <. I SJGffMiQSGQ 9Q ^9Q 3^91 — 
Kasakasi 1. Mutual testing of strength. 

^il<pPi Q9 ae <i 99i«g, 919 s?qs? 8«ifl «— ■ 

> I 9IWI39I9 9«19M 9^f— 

2. Various operations of equipping. 

( Ml— QOI QG© 9CIG9 €9lft . 9ICI QCll^l 
93I99 QQQ I ) 

* I ( 9$9Qff ) 9§9I 9*1193 9^91 ( GQ3 ) 

3. ( plural ) Many acts of Kasiba ( See ) 
v 1 eiQi*^ asm bqq^ 8iq9— 

4. Deficiency; want. 

* I 9m£|3G9!Q — 5. Retrenchment. 

C9. 9^1—^ I Ml$3 — 1- Mutually tugging. 
? 1 Q9^9 <3^l«3€ — 2. Mutually rubbing. 

€9GQ fiQ^SSt GQ9GQ 99199 — ; 

99IQIO— e. 9 (**[l 90jOTI + «II9)— 9€ll«ai9 ( G9SI ) 
Kasaghata Kasaghata ( See ) 


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Kasi Kashi (See) 

-fl@8D— G9. 9. { SqpoQj 6. 99 =q£ )— qo aa>i 
Kasia gfOQGP©^ — Penis. 

fllG9. ( W«LQ ) «.— Q€Q ( GQ<a~) 

Kashila ( See ) 
9Q91GAIQ— G9. 9— <9 39IQ £$£ yio — ' 

Kasikamoda A species of small paddy. 

tq8q$$—qq. q— cat Gas Q$^ §OI— 

Kasiinduri A small steamboiled cake. 

*W9l3 £991— 69. $ — ^ I $m G«l— 

Kasikasi heba 1. To be niggardly. 

-> I $5$ G99I— 2. To hesitate. 

<*> I G9faS iflQia 93 atf fijciia^j $9 gg© 

G99I— 3 - To b e ready or equipped for 
• some onerous work. 

^§^1- £9^9*1. 1*— 6«S %$$q§ ( 9i§ ); cagf 

Kasikurunda Q^eqdlQ 2lgG9l<3 a® 99 £$|Q 

Q ai<l — A person having a small 

hydrocele. 

•■9I6GIQ9 — G9. 9 — 9199$ GSiqGGilQ 91 9I9Q SUfllOi 
Kasigodara ejq— A slightly swollen 

elephantiasis. 

"■©SotIQQ— G9. 94. gf— GQQ 9h§Q GQIQ 91 919 

Kasigodara ^ «U%fll$ICQ GQI9Q G<?IQaiO— 

( 93gsI!9<3! — %i ) A person having his leg or 

hand slightly swollen with elephantiasis. 

9391— G9. 9. ( ST. 931^ )— 

Kasida 9^. eg—Bud. 

*f*Wl G9G9. ( ff|. ) 9.— G9fiJ$|l; SjSII QQGQ 

'■^ftW WS 3?'69 9q stQ?}9i ejQ 3 99 4 5*1 

«H9Q 919— Needle-work made on a cloth. 


'9QQI§- €9. 9— «19-fl9IQ 9Q9 G«I9 — 

Kasipanchi A kind of game with cowries, 

[3— < GS9GQ 9p 93 G«K»I© m 9S 9Q$ GQQ 

CdO^KigQQIQ— CTIM 9Q§> ©Q G9IQ Q?>GS* 

9§, <jQ?GQ «JQI, QGQ!?GQ 99, ^Gq?GQ ^Q 49 


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9Q9IS— G9. 9— 9§ai| ( G9G ) 

Kasipafiji KasipSfTchi ( See ) 

©3a1— gi. gqg9 (a) 9— 9sdl ( gqs ) 

Kasipl Kasapi (See) 

9S<g r - $. 9— 9Sl( G9«l ) 

Kasipu Kasipu (See) 

98GQ0Q— G9- 9*1. %1— fig aQGqei^aiii ($1) — 

Kasipenduri A woman with a small prolapse 

of the uterus* 
95301— GQ. §— 9€9I ( GQfit )— 

Kasiba Kashiba ( See ) 

93«— 91. TO. (2D) 9— 9^01 (G^si)— 
^ Kasib i Kasapi ( See ) 

©aqaoqdl— GQ. 9. *1— qpg qroa— 

Kasibhuasuni a young housewife. 

9^Q— G9. 9 («0. 9Q§ )— l | §)j— 

- K - asur 1. Shortcomings; defects. 

*W -> I C^!^— 2. Flaw; fault, 

*Wi ^^ * I (Sfl.Qqg) eiaqd— 3. Crime; offence", 
v I SUfllQi GQI'S— 4. A little flaw or blemish. 

* 1 q@9qi m\s* G^i-g — 

5. A little outstanding fault. 
9 I 9<(9QI' — 6. Deficiency. * 
©iQfflff 9Q9I — G9. §~§)^ fllfifol 9Q9I— 

Kasur maph kariba To excuse one's fault. 

9^Q fli€r^G991— GQ. ^—9^$ qier 9^91 ( e ^ } _ 
Kasur maph deba Kasur maph kariba ( See ) 

9SJ&- fllG9. ( 3HG&Q ) 9 ( ^ . 9C€I^ )— G9^Q9^1 6 

Kasuru q§*q ong^Q-lEdible bul of the 

Kesura root, 
9%^9fi»|— fllG9. m^m) 9, («T. 9G€1%+9Q)— 

Kasurukanda q^q (-G9S) 

Kasuru (See) 
96SQ (QM9)— G?GQ. 9— 9°SIQ Q9«)I9 (G9«)— 

Kasei (etc) Kamsai etc (See) 

9GQ%-S. 9»— 9Ga%(£9«l)— 

Kaseru Kaseru (See) 


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Kaseruka 1. Kaseruka (See) 

) I QIQQqai — 2. Cyprus Rotundus 

(root bulb). 
Q€^«3 — €JIC<^- (95Q) S>— QIQ— 
K a sola Water pot. 

OGQIQ (QOi»)— GQG^. Q— eqg Q£>hI9 (g©«) — 
Kasor (etc) Kasur etc. (See) 

$6QiQ«§)ai-* G9. 9 (eo.-oga+ffiqieQO)— wjqea 

Kasor nagiiS qq ^jjq o qQ|. -■$$&*- 

The cocoanut which is not fully ripe. 

9Sl— gSgq.'eti. 9 (eri. qasi)— Q%— 

Kasta Athletic exercise or practice. 

Kasta 1. Red "cotton-thread' 

2, Coloured cotton thread. 

* 1 QfiFft 91 sr 391Q fijeii— . 

3. Red coloured cot&sitf-cloth. . 

Ka'stakasti I, Kustakusti (See) 

J \ (ST. 9ft-)-*«J€l^iJ%r^ . 
2. Much difficulty. ..- 

<GQG^§ 819 GAQG9GQ ^19$ GQ ffia 0$«99 I 

©gq— cq. q. ( # e- ogoi )— • 

Kastura «. | <q g\q^ Qj|qci$qg €IIQ q$& 6 9§Q 
^8^1 9® — 1. A plant and its musk- 

"%^jl<t scented seed. 

J 1 <3Q ©isisj aiqpi— 

2. A species of oyster. 
69. M,— * 1 QgWWS^j — 
1. Musk scented. 
J \ 3l9IOiqr-SjKI Qt9IGQ ( q«l ) — 
2. (deer) From which musk is got; 

musk-deer. 


Kasfeur* ha^adi 


A sweet-scented root. 


Kasturika ! ,'" . Kasturi (See) 
Kasturi Eaetun (Bee) 


Kastunmyuga Kasturimyuga (See) 

08^91— fl. 9. il.-Oa^ (G9«i) 

Kasturika Kasturi (See) 

Kasturi 


ffl. ^ 


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Musk. 


go. Qigqi, ^gqiSC 6 Qiqjq] §?^% \ Qgq so -sg, 

e. a&iq— SJC1GIQ, QIQj^g^i <S g§ IQ^flg I <M 

^^Q,9|q ; gg^ o^q§, siQqg, Qf^sft, qs- 

^93^9, €9aq«il 9W 6 QQ, OIGfllQlSQ, ^GSS- 

919©, €99©«J9 J , 9S)Q|Q© 6 €»|9 9i|99 I «$l 9£Tj 

91^, WOTI^, 9% €fl9, "50^ 6 gai^Q|€l© I GflfijT 

fl©GQ 53g% O^SilGQlOIQ Q® QI9IGQ 9191 Qg^ I 
9gQl * D9IQ— ^ 1 «qqi — yo aci 9IQl0li^ I 
->-IQTO|— «gi QQ QMWI I * I -^Ql-*- 
QQ\G>& m 9IQI9^% I v 1 @gQi— <ag et|J i 

gQiqgl I] 

Kasturimruga ©3$" ^QQ .Q|Q^_ qeiQIft 91 9g^ 

9I9IGQ— Musk-deer. 
[ 9— Qg^iici §q|QJ^Q r 9QIQOiq_ ^> ?qiq ; 

«D9 alQgiJig QQ SITOh GWGQ QOQ^l OGQ I <3 : 

^SL« aQ 6 qp 9Q 1 ei§^ qsiQ fflQ Qi^CQ GeiJf<J 

GQI^IQ^l 93 q«l| a|< I &Q|^9IG^ <I JJSKJL 3IQ <J9IQ 
QIQ ai«l^_ 93^1 q^i qg}f 919 sfifil^ I qg} ^91 
^jgiQ ^Q$£fe}| I <] qQ flld fl|3GQ GSI9 eii^gj } 
G^g q^GQ Sigq qciQ QIOTQCj q^llGQ G99- 
aQflWGQ-Qg^ "-aw I §. 9OTICIQ I ] 

-1. Having motion; moving. 
V t @°^0 — & Envious. 


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Kasmala Kairaala ( See ) 

<wy©— gi. q (e.9«p « x —9i9ioiq>.«i99i9)— qqq^ — 

Kasmata Danger. 

^ai iea ei9i sesi $ai© qsq i evswq i 
qCoqigq— gq. 5*. w. (crsi o as? 6§>aiG9 9*»9$©)- 

Kasminkale G9GQ G9GQ; C9fa9 3S£[GQ— 
^fa«n»lc»i At whatever time; at any time. 

©q«t— e. swia ( ©a S9 ?q1 w )— 

Easja Q19IQ— Whose. 

^ €9. ( 99QBI ) a — 

9S^Q IfeqQISIGQ GGiSi G99I ©9OT 39 — 
A meaningless word used in the heading 

of a deed. 

[ 3— qG^ QftR 3fti9a G9GQ gaq q^Q ©q 

GciroiMi ( GciiaiaQ ) 1 q$q s>9sfo qqa so©qigq 
9<5«GQ QflflKW 913 GSi§ qiQ wq ass* GS&3! 

, ^9° ©i^iec' ^© oq nw§ 1 <a§ §»£9 

^§ '9€h' Q QiQ9IQ ©Qa9 6 SI9l9€h9 I ] 
99 -(^)— 4$«0 ( *. Q2J )— 

Kaha (root) «. I 9§9I — 1. To speak. 
} rTCjgqa 9€lQI— 2. To request. 

* I -9»i Q9IQ3 9QQI — 

3. To utter words. 
v | £Q|£i Q^Q! — 4. To express. 
(3211 — SI GQG9q © Q| fl^Q q9^_Q§ G9S£@ I.) 
99 — SIGQ. (WWS) 9 t $991 9Q 96^9 32Q §Q 

Kaha c 9lfl G919, G9f9 ) — 

219,9 €1Q — Arjuna tree, 

1 [S^S* 3$ — 9-c<^ £>Q|Gq 9<3 €tQ 99 ? 
( gqi Q^9GQ © cia as 99 I ) 
QQQ— 99 ( ^j? oa ) ] 
«®fiOI— 91. 9 — 93991 ( G93 ) 

Kahanliba Kaaiiliba ( Sae ) 

9999 — €9. si. (a©iQW«a. $Q. @. 99991= a|9is) — 
Kahakaha GQ9399Q £19; 09G9 €!9 — 

Brawling noise; noise made when a 
multitude of people assemble at one 

place and talk. 


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9M— 9i. ( fli©>s> a©i ) e. ( e. wo; gi. w )— 

Kahana ^ | g^ <jqq — j. W"ords. 

«lf^ 2. Subject; subject-matter of a talk. 

* I QgQIj MQ— 3. Talking; act of speaking. 
Wfll — 91. ( fllOlO Q9h ) 9— ^ I 9M ( CTfl ) 
Kahana 1. Kahana ( See ) 

-> I 931; ©«lQ«fl— 2. Narrative. 

9S>€II 9 ©91— 91, ( 3IG>10 Q^h ) ^— 9191^1^ g9!CfQ 

Kahana na jiba ctiq q' ai^9|— JSTot to be 

expressible bj words; to be unspeakable. 

o»8a— gi. m— 9§a«i ( gq^ j 

Kahania Kahunia ( See ) 

99Q— ff1N. ( qHQqS ) 9— 3S>19; 1^1^— 

Kahar Sweet scent; fragrance. 

9@q— G9. Q^l. 9°. (*. 9§QJ— SerW&S^ 9§Q— 

Kahar a Eeddish white; brown; grey. 

(99<3|— 31) 
99€29l — 9IG9. (Qfl.Qga) ®— 9i§9! ; q.9i9© G99I — 

Kahariba To emit fragrance. 

99G^-31GQ. ( ttWlQ ) M. ( Qt- GQI» ) — 

Kahal G^lfl% QQq — Soft. 

99Q— €9- Q. ( §.0. 9* 99^—999 QQ G9^l qfl£|GQ 
Kahala ®^§® ^^*t G]1<2i; €19^> ) — 

G9IG9IQ ( G9«) ) 
Kohola ( See ) 
€9. W— <j$9 9! SI^<|JQ£>© dlOftOI— 

Chill due to fog or rain. 

99$ 9°9 — €9. 9-Hapcpr Qai^pa^— 

Kahala simha A title of the Kshatriyas. 

996t€&— G9. Q^l— 99Q^§ ( fllfil ) — 

Kahalia Chilly ( weather ). 

99^)91 — SIG9. ( ^Rg.Q ) $ • ( .9- 99 ) ( SSjQ )— 

Kahaliba bl€> 91 ^9. 9Q9I — 

To crow ( said of a peacock ). 
996$$QI— G9. S. (G99 9§9l^iq )— 21$ ^91; 

KahaleibS «ft©»©l SIQ^Q 9Q9I— To render dull. 


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09I— W. Q 6 §<S1 — $91 ( G<?<31 ) 
KahS KuhS ( See ) 

■09IGKM— 69. $— ff§9lQ flQ^qfl; $9IQ9t — 

Kahaeba To cause to be said. 

«§l@Ql— GQ. # . ( 9§VI$ Q^QIQhGQ %3 ) — 

Kahajiba G9iq39i ; $9\QQ\ } Q^O C99I — To be 

^TW«?rt spoken. 

TO&3»T*TT [3 — <S$«GQ 9<|9IGhGQ '$§91' 6 «#■ 

9lGhGQ *q9lfito' 9h9$© $<j. «g GtfGW W€)Q 

si§©hQ *^9iai< 'qpiCQig' 6 '$9iG9iQ' sogq 

'WWI<1', 'QWtf 6 'Q9IG9IQ' Qm99IQ qqsj 
§G} 6§)£IIGQ '$91' «Q QgQ GNQ9IQ «fi I ] 

^$19— giG9. (Qpqsi) STOiq— qi^iq. wj^— 

Kabari Whose. 

Kahaheba Kahajiba ( See ) 

9Q2Q-G9. 9«h— (e. Q2IQ ) <. | 9|q,Q. $$| M . e g 
- Kahia 2flQ9§ «efj $G9— 1. Talkative; boastful. 

^T, s^ffaT Eloquent. 

Q§3QG>I— G9. §.—901© 9§>9I— 

Kahiuthiba # To speak ouE; to get up and 
^^T S pe a k. 

Kahideba qqqi — 1. To speak out; to divulge; 

^«OT^ to give out; to publish. 

%%£m S I flfliaOQWI^ W>i§9€»|— 2. To prove. 

(saai— %qQ W <%2i ^JQ « <$$<$ Qeil S§ 

G9§U l) 

* I %Q$>\ ©ftQI — 3. To indicate. 

«Q9QIQQI— GQ. $ .— t I GQfa§ Q2JI ^iQy|0O|Q€tO8 

Kahipakaiba SQia 9Q6WI— 1. To speak out a 

■*R*1W#ri thing inadvertently. 

^$C13P|f J | a1<3 SQtS 0^91 — 2. To speak out at 

once. 

«§gh— GQ. S. (sr. Qa yi^u 91. TO ai%)— ^ i QaG<?a 

Kahiba ' W9I— 1. To advise. 


Vflfff 2. To inform verbally, 

3, To speak; to tell; to utter words; to say. 
v I SSta ©Q9I— 4. To publish; to express. 

* I V4fi\ WQ9I— 3. To relate; to describe. 

6. To consult. 

9 I QQQ\ QOQI QSIQI — 7. To compose (poem). 
r I G^IS© vm W^l- 

8. To order verbally. 

ti \ ^9GQ GtfqQ G99I — 

9. To complain verbally. 

•©§© ©i cic« «js> e» ? qqoi -a^si 9IQ9 eg— oq i 

Kahiba pochhiba Q^goiGQ ^IQI^IQ $§91— 
^t^Tt To explain matters in various 

^I^IT ^H" ways. 

9$Q€}QI — GQ. 5 1 .— 9I9IGG! 9^ ^I^GQ S9I€I 9Q9I— 
Kahibuliba To publish a matter broadcast - 
<tt«u<l\»i»l to proclaim a matter. 

fl^? GQ^fliesr fl^S *i^ WW *Q eqgcQ g%go 

9§ QQ^I^— G9. 5*.— 3JT% G^9 ^ 9§Qf — 
Kahi rakhiba To speak beforehand. 

9©^— gq. 9.— sjjff qR«> Q^iaicT 9iefet aiQsneQ 

Kahiri Qgfid G9IQ39I 99-GSI6TO; G^IOG^Q — 
Big basket made of split bamboo 

Q§ GS>oi— GQ. §. — <. i ^G9 eaca q^qi — 

Kahiheba 1. To proclaim one's self; to boast 

to brag 
J I 2liai£>Qq9GQ QgQi— 2. To speak 

unasked 

* I GH© GWI; Qg& GWI— 3. To be spoken 

to be described 
(Sfill — ®l^ <3Sl ^841 a©@ GSJ 0I9I Q§ G99 Ql§) 
v l (9§GQ9) QQiQ QaiQ'SI G99I — 

4. ( many persons ) To talk amongst 

themselves. 


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Kahupi q»QglO €^— Elbow. 

^53 eg wi«[ aej? 93^$ 910, 

-> I Q§tf1giQ 39IQ SI »©— 

2. A blow b y t e elbow. 

©ski e?>9 sioaift. 

098a— OT. ©. ( sr. 96*13+ araie )— 

Kahunia «. | Q$Sfal9 5 9$3<}iq ''waiQ 91 6OQ — 
1. A push or blow by the elbow. 

> i ( <«i a§§i 3Q Gaiaqsj q©i% ) &ji q^ 
<W §§1 arc cj,q%g$© asiaio; QQ^Si— 

• 2. A piece of wood which projects from 

the pillar of the outer wall of a house 
and supports diagonally the outer 
veranda-plate; a projecting strut or 
brace diagonally supporting the 
veranda plate of a thatch. 
69. Qd — ©9fifal99«« ( 9i§ )— 

Deserving to get blows by the elbow. 

-©^Stei— 6Q. $ . ( *. seenSt )— 

Kahuniba «> I Q<§4 60S1 6QQ SBQ© Q& q3QI— 
1. To sit with arms akimbo. 
J ! £>QC!9£> $teJGQ $Q ©9«fl 3I9IGHGQ GQS 

2. To elbow one's way in a crowd. 

* I Q%3 QQ 6QQ GSIQQI Wgi%Q6Q9QI— 

3. To get up from a sleeping position 
with the help of the elbows. 

•©§€tal@>— €Q. §— Q$5j$!q SOQ© 91 891 — 

Kahunimaida ^ push or blow with the elbow. 

G9Q|S99<tf 9)0 { 

-©9®flie»eB— G*9. W. 9!~ <* I 9$SfGQ 9119 ei|Q9i 

Kahunimarclua ^Q^§ — 

Q§§fal69t$ 7 1 1- Deserving to be beaten or 

QogjqiQQlQ J ' struck with the elbows. 

J> I C£3 3TOI 9$Sfal9 414 91 CHQQIGQ «*£-<- 


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tomed to be punished with blows of 

the elbow. 
©9® «IQ9l— W. S — 9^9iq BKJIO 9^91— 

Kahuni mSribl To deal a blow with 

the elbow* 

9§6$iQ9l — 69. $\ — 9§5tel (G*H»fll)— 

Kahuneiba Kahuniba (See) 

9<&i— gq. 9 (e. ^ gi. oiq)— oaiQ (GQ'a)— 

Kahna Kahnai (See) 

Kahnai 1. A name of 8rikfushna s 

^ I ^LSjaQT ftlSI — ^* Name given to males. 

QG'SQ— G9. ^»— 9QIQ (GQ«) — 

Kahnei Kahnai (See) 

eaica 9iqi G3H 1 # 
9G9>QQQ€i— GQ. 9 — <»>flQIQ fit^l 6 q^ QISbIQ^oI — 
KahneibaiSsi A species of banana. 

Kahneibai Name o^ a winter paddy. 

Q§— e. Q- ( ©■*©% G9 yiq_=«B8l© QQQI+SI )— 
Kahwa Qg i G§F^Q91 — Heron. 

9^1— W- 9- tf ( e. ©ft^) — Q©§91 ^i ©a^g %\ d — 
Kahla A vixen; a quarrelsome woman. 

[ g— qjGQOSIIG© 8Q|Q QIQ Q80G9Q G9IQ 

GQ.QO- ^1— ^0§9l(^1)^-QBarrelsome (woman). 
QSklQ-3. e. ( Q==9Q+9IQ=Cll»|. ©aiOft) — 
Kahlara G^GQI^ft- a»l 3Q — White water-lily. 

O^Sfl — 69. 93— QM ( GQ« ) 
Kahlia Kalia ( See ) 

■ (SGQ§— «1) 

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gq. a. 9. ( y<M29Q*i )— ©ia ( c©« ) 

Kaa (See) 

G©. 2IQ«i$}— 33S|§©| $T^|Q 9_Q £1Q fiGGf© OGQ 

gqo «©<i£J — A particle used after a 

double use of the present participle to 

denote long continuance of an act. 

€9!§ G9Ig9l £«» 9GQ a!9S6$ef I 

[ 9— ^_Q2iQ QmWIQ ©q9©i $£[i ww a&$ 

©q99IQ QQ ^aeQ G©IQ G©©KH© «8 '©! 7 631© 

■©©saw ] 

©IS)— -G©. Q. (ao«icjQQ«) — e 1 ©i©aglQ a©- 

Kaa 2. The cawing of a rook. 

^1; ^W $'$ ©1GQ 9ISI 9W I 9©96S|SU $>gQ<a! 1 

2. Unpleasant jarring sound. 

» ! ©I«l 9G1IG3©GQ GSI© G«fftl« S&% ©d©© 
«q© G9GS* a^Q G$©l©© G«lft ^GQ 
©Gtf CflOlO ©£} G3©IW ©19 ©§©l 
21Qg|- *IC£agQ GSSllQQ 3©©$— 

3. Eepresentative of an absent player 
who is represented by his companion 
player at an indoor game. 

( S3£J[- £ G3I3QQ ©ISA G©IQ GS§g i ) 
■a- i © 9 G3QGQ G«GI© QG© S^QGQ Q©IQ3 
©q$©l S© — 

4. The sound uttered by players in the 
game of Doo doo. 

©iaT— SIG©. ( *W$ ) stoig— ©I ( G©3 ) 

Kaan . ^»S ( See ) 

Qiafoo—gieQ. ( q«wi© ) a— ©is©* ©aioT— 
KSaSkari Why. 

9180*0"— G©. 9 — QI9IQ *©!©)( G©« ) 

Kaanra Kahara ( caste ) ( See ) 

©itf©— G©. 9— t I 9ld© ( G^« ) 

Kaanla 1. Kafi«Sla ( See ) 

j \ Q191Q ( et© ) ( G^«3i ) 

* 2. KShBra (oaste ) ( See ). 


©!•©»— €«. — OW ( 1M ) ( GQ«i ). 
KSftka Kaa (1.2.) ( See >^ 

©I©— c«>. ©— v 1 sira ?w «j>iq 9^1— 

Kli 1. A big red ant frequenting 

^t*f*ff*tf1, ftftfHHf! mango trees.. 

[5— QIQ5HGQ ©QIC? a$ 2D^QQ9^i 9§ OISl«l t 1 

<saiG^ ©iq 6 20H w> g)sgq aia§ 6 aoi^iq sr- 

a^llQQL G3!$ 210 91 qSt £1Q ©Q G9?}GQ 9^1 9Q.; 

WSJ 1 <fliffc? ©i$|9i QQ iawig© 1 gqg© ©iq 

9IMT ©5^^9©€l1 SiQ ^q ©€^ 9©3©«l1GQ QB\$-- 

^t^rf# ^ 1 ©i©qtf; a1w£ q€j©i^ca« — 

T ^^Jll^C t 2. Fullers earth. 

[ 2— QCr G^SGQ ©l§ en^GQ ©IQfllfQ €Q!S GQQ 
G9l?QI%9l§QG^Q ©HOT §<l I <3 qi^GQ SJ9IQ-- 

ei°a a© 1 

ltf8Rti& * I 3!©8I? — ^- Impure carbonate of soda;, 
*& 3*1 natron. 

[g—O flltCQ G9I9IQ S°41 ?l9l%<?{GQ^lh 
2BQ ^QlQ 9l5iGQ Ql€> qffl ©qsil^ 1 ] 
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Where.- 
31GQ (©JQ) W©ICI— ©«; og— What. 

©IQ— ©I- WW «. qp+§>— ©18* (G^) 
£Sifi # Kahin(See) 

QIQ9 — ©I- «.— $l§f® (G©«l) 

Kainki Kahinki (See) 

©IQO ©l^@— G©. ©•— ©rf ©©!%£ (€©«) 

Kainch kakui^i Kainchikakur^i (See)* 

Q!Q*Q— G©. 9.— ©I©* (G©$) 

Kai5cha 1- Kamcha (See) 

} I ©IQ"€I (6©«) 

Kaifisa (See) 

©iq©©«— G©.Q.tf (©ia+©a©)— ©la©^©*! ©iq— ■ 

KaiScha dala A tray of wicker work made of 
V$m ^5W ks * a reeds. 

©i©*©ee^— g©. © (^- ©ra+eaf©i>— 

KaiScha per^i ©IQ©^©^© G2?» — A basket 

WP& 0l6tfl with- lid made of kasa reeds. 


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■QIQQ QBfll— GQ.Q. ( $. Qia + 9i9© )— 9is©3e W 
Kaincha bincbana asfi — Hand fan made of kasa 
£^?«ft *fW reeds. 

©!g"q gqggiq— gq. 9.— Qia©«as>?fa- GsicaQ— 

Kaincha bhogei Small basket made of kasa reeds. 

^IQQtHfiSI — €9.©. (ff. qjSI + SII»l) — ^BKTOggQ 9IO-^- 

Kainchamala Garland of the berries of red 

^RrsrN' kaincha. 

©|&o>fll6>— G9. '?.- 
Kainchamali 


■QIQOfllQt (€9«l) 

Kainchamala (See) 

©iQQflio cqq flia© Q§ m^Tgq ecu — *i9Wl «1o i 

Qi«5o«!©a— gq. ©til.— qaieroggo am a^ai^ai^ 

KaiiickamaliS ^BIETSQ fllfliqg Qi§— 

(person) Wearing garland of Kaincha berries. 
QIQ9 (QMS)— gi. P.— QIQ.Q Q©hI«? (GQ3) 

KSinchi (etc) Kaincha etc (See) 

'0IQQ9I49 — gi. ©.— 9&fll$_9 (OTfil) 

Kainchikaknrdi KaiSchikakurdi (See) 

QtQ€£ffia— GQ. Q.— <1Q3QIQ 3%aiQQ aio — 

KaiSchiphula A species of fine winter paddj. 
.9K$ei— GQ. $>. (e. OI€l)- -dQOICiq ©eij 9l€IOtiI- ©$ _- 

Kaifisa Kasa grass from the reea^s of which 

V$Z3 baskets and fancy things are made; 

"Clfe apra saccharum spontaneuaj. 

9ICf« (Q©M|Q)t~G9. Qj— 9IQ*0 Q©<j|Q (GQ<S) 
v K^insa (etc) Kaincha etc (See) 

$iGf«Qgo— gq- §.— assess qogq wi Qiaoic^ 

Kainsaria q^lft^l OsflOGag — A kind of creeping 
«Fft^?ftt*l grass growing as weed in the 

^T^nft" paddy field. 

©IPS fQOiK?) — gi. Q — 9I0T© Q^IIQ ( GQ$ ) 
Kainsi (etc) Kainchi etc ( See ) 

' oiqSoi.— gi q. ( $. w g Q >_ ©!<»&> ( QQg ) 

Kaiiisika Kamsika ( See.) 

KaiSsiria Kainsaria ( See) 


0n5 i g— 'HQQ. (*4Ma» %Q. 8- ©5«K» WQIfl, 9^1— 

Any; whatever. 

KSiftila pari heba CWI — To be at loss; to be 

puzzled; to be bewildered; to be at one's 

wits 5 end, 

Kaighara a^]Q )— ^ I ^ffiQQ; ©^QQ^ 9I?Q 

^t5T ^tfS 9® <§ ^» ^9| <3Q — 

^fPTSt 1. Thatched house; ashed. 

y|^H=hl ^^t 2i© 2UQIQQ 931 — 1. A bag-like 

nest made by tree ants. 

©IQQq— GQ. Q— QIQOQ ^ ( GQ«1 ) 

KaigharS Kaighara 2 ( See ) 

*OIQ©Q — 6§eo. S> ( <3fft ) ( Q?^— WS>® )— 
Kaijar ^ | §$§. gg|^. ^>|<q»gi^l^ 

<?R*i^; <p^*(^ 1. Caesar; emperor. 

«■- ^Q ^ I OsfeQ ^oa^ 95itQ QW— 
%^K 2. Kaisar the title of the ex-emperor of 

Germany.* 
[g — OSO 9IQ»9-' C Caesar )Q aa £^9 0^ 

9fffiwq€L€9e^o©ja«io ooflfir Ga% est G9$ 
9^!^L 9)9IQ QqaiQai<3 i cqflQ 9IWI9I «g%g 
( Augustus J <j§aci ©^99^1 «?Q.?i9l% ©WQ fflfl 
^IQ^q QIQQ§ ( Augustus CaeSar ) G9iQ^q I < 

©G0 goiaaiol 6 qwio qgi* ^qi^qiqp© mgq 

qgit^^lQQ i ©fl^GQ G£IG&GQG£> Q©0^ QITO 
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OmOe-Q-90— G§OT. 9. ( Sfi=^9-Q-§Q ) — 
Kaijar-i-hind ^ | §g^g|«? 91 ^Q©Q ggit — 
■$^*!4-^-f^*f 1. Emperor of India 

2. Kaiser-I-Hind; a title and medal 
given by the Government of India. 

9K59 — GQ. Q. ( «. QIQ99I ) — <. I WTQ 6 QQI — 
Kaiffcha 1* A creeper and its small pealike 
5JJ5 black headed red berries enclosed in. 

*&; C^f P°^ s ? Abrus Pracatorius. 

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aiQ* » Sogq 'atf csiewj *<aa' s> aosq W caiew, W * gocq *«« ' c©aa?; acM''» qiqgq 'aw' c©#w ; 'acj^o* s> qiqcq a«9o c©3c9 1 


Q&Q §|§lQG€1$ — A character used in bihar 
akin to Nagari character. 


9Q1Q ETQ^qgi 9IQ« OT^ I *Hdl 91Q«Q G09 »l, 

G©£f aiG-a qoi g*i8 QQ eii-c; ©i<a qiq%^ goo 

G©iffl ©1$, G©$f flfflGQ Qftl G$l§ 2IW I ] 

9 I OQ Q© 6©Q — 2. A standard of weight; 

one rati. 

* t 9I&I ( G03 ) 

3. Kainsa ( See ) 
<9IQ©— SIGO. WfWqS) ©«1~ * I GQ<g— 

Kait l. Avaricious, 

J \ giaaQ — 2. Selfish. 

waa-GO. q. (e. oicjg)— G>i£jn— 

Kaith The Kayastha class of Bengal and Bihar. 

^^^ «fliwrjM oiQa G9iqai<i i) 

-QIQ3J— GO. ©..— Q9IQ4 GfflS©iaqjS)GQ 3QQ© Sf3S>- 
Kaitbi 

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siaQqiQor q^.QeiGQ ciiq gg© ©i§? I <i q^i qQIQGQ 
gwi/sqto qsi^ca as^Si© i ] ^ 

QIQOI— GO. 9. — (2D. «iqQ|=QilOQ^ ©q«H— 
Kaida r. | ^q — 1. Law; rule; principle. 
^tWl j | w— 2. Constitution; a body of rules. 

* I Q^Q^lt — 3. Control. 

* I Q«© ; ggfl— 4. Prestige; honour. 

* I 2HQS — 5. Censure; reprimand. 

? | Qie^ at«3 ^G^^J — 6. Restriction. 
9 E ©91 ©£|9 91 80G94I—7. Strict order. 
r I QgQj <53Q— 8. Custom; practice. - 
ti I 0«tOgl*QGQIOg — 9 Arrangement. 
K° I aa)©QI ; att^§ — 10. Control; subjection. 
GO. ©«h— t I ©qflial© — 

1. Under control; regular. 
? I £f|9IQ§i — 2. Restricted. 

* I ©qTOqij ©^^iq 3^9— 3. 'Regulated. 
QIQQI 0*Oill— GO. Q.— ( WOQ ) a. $1<K?l+g. 

Kaida ka^akana Q^j9Q) — 99©^% QGOIQ ©9ft- 


^tWl w>wi * Hard and fast rule. 

QIQQI ©€)GH— GO. S . («l. QI^Ol) — *. I ©qq Q|^9) — 
Kaida kariba 1. To lay down or prescribe rules. 
^IWl ^TCl J I 9R^l 9Q9I — 
HtQ%\ ^?Tf 2. To restrict. 

* I 2K>£ WI-3. To reprimand. 

v I ©Q© GWI — 4, To enforce discipline. 
QIQQI Ot^W— G"?GO. 9. (S9QQ); SB. 91^91+ ©ICJg) 
Kaida kanun — y&QQ QiqjQj g^ft 6 §aitt — 

Law and regulations; rules and 

regulations. 

QIQQ $l$g— G9G0. (Q») 9. (Q°. 9IQ^«6€ll%fllGG» + 

Kain haus 9IQ«l— OQ) - pfel^O^ wfel^ GJ30 

l^ms Q<% QQQI GaiGfl*ai^809^ 951 Q&9I gi»— 

5T3; *f^t^-H Kine house; pound. 

QIQQQQ-GO. S>. ( ftlfl )— qg ©q GeilQdl gQ9»Q©0GQ 

Kaipadara ^91 a]QQq <|^ g§^ segiW <S Q§ 

^3'^ H^l 31^ — Name of a village and 

the seat of famous Tir' in the District 

of Puri near Khurda. 

OIQQQI-^I. ?>. ( C>|^ )— PIMQQ ( G0« ) 

Kaipada Kaipadara ( See ) 

QIQqjW— CT. 9- Q\Q$q ( G0«1 ) 

Kaipurda KaigharS ( See ) 

siQefG*— sigq. ( Gfl^igs ) $■ ( g. ^lera )— 

Kaiphal qi^ ( ^Q<5j ) — Kaphaicia ( See ) 

GIQQQI— GQ. Q— QIQ<3q ( GQ«I ) 

Kaibasa Kaighara ( See ) 

9IQ Q«— GO. 9. (ST. OTI3 9^)— Gqq^l fiJGII— 

Kaibastra Coloured cloth 

5t^;*rr ^?T?t o§"6« a§s^ $$> «iq9%— ^^°^. a^iqqo. g« 1 
9IQfll§ — GO. Q— ^ l«H©fllfj tfQI 01 ai^Q QCfQ qjf — 4 
Kaimati 1. Natron 

*fodl»; *iift»illiJ > 1 QiQqif • slo^i q^9i©G€€ — * 
^f; JWk«ft fi^t 2. Fuller's earth. 

QIQq— GOGO. §. ( 80. QlSJf^ ) — ^ I GOI^ §),?— 
^ail 1. Wrong. 

13?R; STW3J 2. Blamable action. 

* I ^% §ft —3. Mistake. 


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69, 93— <. I G9rfl Wig 69IQg9l— 
1. Found guilty; condemned. 
J I G9is1 ; «aqdl— 2. Guilty. 

3. Vanquished in argument. 
■»• 1 SJ^q^ — 4. Pulled down. 

■91QQ9Q9I— 69. ^— V I S9l<a1 SI9<i§ 9§9I — 

Kail kariba 1- To lay the blame on a person, 

sro^SKTJfT J I G9ISGW 9l£h 9$9I — 

2. To do a wrong. 
* I G9?6l3 Qh§ §£IQ 9fl©|Q ©|Q|Q G9IS 
69IQH91 m% ©jq.TOIQ9l — 
3. To cause a person to realise his fault by 

arguing with him. 

^MQftfllftfi^— 69. W- ( wdb 9^ qs>QQ)(a. 

Kail fhakul Q|S^ )— ©<nq ©siaGQ GQhdlqfiCS 

*T3Rft sra?ft «H9ig — Found guilty; condemned 

after consideration, 
69. 9. ( «0«fo $ Gl^ WOQ )— ^1 09^ G9IS 

Si)9 — Guilt. 

9IQ<^ til&QI — 69. 9 — ©S?Q P^l 91 6Qi<a qleiQ QQ9I — 
Kail maniba" To admit that one is in the wrong. 

"OIQSjgSR— G9. 3d— 9IQSfc-fllQft ( 693 ) 

Kailmukul Kail makul ( See ) 

9IQQ— 6QGQ. 9. ( ?. QIQQ. $Q. §. QI§Q=2I1OTh- 
Kails aqq^j §. Q|£JQ=q% 

STOT 1 I ©l€J< 39919 — 1. Weariness. 
> I 6^€l1; S§ — 2. Sick man. 
69. QS1 — V I al4 — !• Weak; reduced, 

J ' a *8* %S — 2 - Sick ; sickl y- 

3R?T gsn * I 919 — 3, Tired. 

v I SIWJj — 4 Wearied; worn out. 
9IQGJ 9©QI— glG9. ( QUA ) 9— QIQ G99I— 
Kaila parciiba To be tired. 

QIQQ Qf>^ GQG9 91* C^Q9i^ 

«9IQ^ (Q9il9)— 91. 9 6 9«l— 9IQSJ Q9<il9 ;( G93 ) 
Kaili (etc) Kail etc, ( See ) 

-91QQ8D — 69. 94 — V I G9TO99— 
. Kailia 1. Blameworthy, 


> \ m C9W 91 9$ ql9K) 9Q91 ( 639 ) — 
2. Admitting one's own fault. 

©I$— &. (QOQ) 9. ( 3- 919 ) — 

Kau 1 I 9» ; qp - 1. Crow; rook. 

**, *tfc J* I €910*4 — ?. Cuckoo. 
WOT 

QWa— qi. w— %«i 90 99 9q$9i— 

Kaua Boisterous; making a noise like crows, 
9IQS09 v — €969. 9- ( ®. 9IW ) — 

Kauaj G%9 ftaij flGQS— 

^tejftf The training of soldiers; military 

qn913; *T*£ training; parade. 

9I€J«»— 6969. 9. ( *. C9f*IQ )— 

Kauali ^ I €TQ1Q PI Q$69aaiW «ilO — 

^t<ff^I; ^t^STf^f 1* Song of Dervishes. 

«|7lj§f; ^T^lfe -> I 919^9 ©!ft96a9— 

2. Ts"ame of an Arabic musical note. 

( 92JI— «$| QOIOI9 S919 GQ9; <9l aaSI9 
SIGQQI ^ q.Sl Q^Q OtO — «GQ§ i ) 

* I qgfiifllft dlQfllOff 9Q9IGQ 9! qgfl «ig9|£jGQ 
WQQG9 Gtte G991 ^-qcflQGQ ^9 6 
©|Q ( mQQQ, ) — 

3. The tune or measure of the religious 

songs sung in the seats of deceased 
Muslim saints. 
9IQ— 69. a. ( a9iS9Q« )— 

Kauu 9iqf>9l%. ^9sO %^Q g^QQT afi? — The 

^f^ sound of dogs etc. while going to bite. 

.0IQ9l£ €991 -GQ. §— 99g G99I; ©§) 9Q Q2II 

Kaun kaufi heba S?§9I — To express disapproval 

9I$Q9U$Q— €9. 3. 9^1 { ^pM^gWI ) — ©O 9^ €19 
Kaunch kaunch QQ QQl^i Qm G«19IQ AIIQ9I — 
^R ^5^ ( 331 — flOlj Ql^§) ) — 

4i^ ^^ Sound of chewing raw fruit. 

<iSfcll— 9IQ Q^ 9IQ9 9Q 6^ Ml 6H9IQSIg I ) 

0^9—91. 9— ©I9(W> QQQQQ. Ql© ( QIO ) 99$% 

KauSidi qsit a§)^9l gl^Q ^Q^a^flia^ 6 

ft^ 3SHigp9 5TG999G€1 < a — 

A measure of distance, between the 
hole and the place where the pua 
falls in the game of Dabala-pu5. 


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flio qpR, m $16 ano, as $18 aqr 6 s» ©«6 
sua to% 6fli% s> 9196^ «£<§ $< 1 ] 

©Ififal— 6§€«?. W. (««) ? $• «**+»£)— 
Kaufida SINIOm sd^- 3q— Slightly moist. 

©iqq— gi69. (shvaaft" si?, g. '©fa; e. wi$= 

KSuSr Geteift) S.— <k£wg# OB W QOGQ AI9 

, ■ SlICF^QI §Q©/ dt^lQ — Moss growing on 

walls in the rainy season. 

KauBra" 1. A kind of grass; Carum Bulbo 

4kI<| Castanum. 

^f®?t 2. An untouchable caste amongst the 
fa< l < Hindus. 

* i If^W G«ll<3fQ <J0fl9IQ'§Q| G^ci— 
' ^f&3 3. A kind of Eczema on the legs of 

an infant. 

KauSrabara KauSribara (See) 

Kaunri b <]Qg$IQ Ql© — 

1 A»kind of stick used by cowherds, 

CfllOIWqCiaie «$ G9W1- $GQ 919Q C&0 JIQ9I | 
«pTT$ 2. A virgin; unmarried girl. 

*. (e. ©ifl%a)— agisi^Qisi^a G^a — 

3. The country of Kamarupa in Assam 

3t|<d<) famous as a country of magicians. 

[2 — <IOI GgGQ €)|Q9 WhIGQ ©M GQI& S§§ 

$i€^p— GQ. §>.— *. 1 ag}q, ©mi, &aas sq& gsq 

KSun^ia ^p Qer^Q^i 9!§— 

CWt*fl& 1, The stem of a jute plant 

9*CT shorn of the fibres; Hibiscus 

GS>. GQICf^Gu cannabinus. 

'.?»• QW*. .^-,>l3flfi>«S«--2.A kind of 


§«» 9G^«. 9WC9I " kitchen vegetable. 

QG0O9 GTO I Pertaining to the country 

of Kamarupa in Assam. 

©|£q Qff^l — G9. ©.(Qfll^ + QPiD— «WI8©1^IWI— 
Kaunri kanyS Virgin; unmarried girl. 

0I^Q©lflQ€l1— GQ. Q.— ffW%a G^€lGQ g9l QI^IOIhI 9t 
KauSrikamachandi ^I?19§1 OI^Qtfll — 

^t^sfW^fNT The Deity of Kamachandi 

5Rt?'9*H-^54l in the country of Kamarupa. 

[ g— aiQ9 ©Qii swigqgq <i oiqgdl^ QW- 

6W3K1K1 I ] 

KauSrikamachandi desa sfl^iq G9€lg S*l9l^a SI^Q — 
The country of Kamarupa in Assam which 
is believed to be the place where magical 
and Tantric lore are cultivated. . 
OtefoolSUGM— GQ. 9. fe, 9lfl3EI + «lfll<2N)— 

Kaunrikamakhya 9I^QQI^ogl (G9«l) 

K&unrikamachandi (See) 
©IQ^Qiaifii 4 *! GQ€1— GQ. Q.-^OIQ^QWO^I GQC1 (GQ3} 
Kaunrikamakhya desa Kaunrikamachandi 

desa (See) 

Qifteqo— gq. «?. (e. SL fll< 3 6 - ©g)— ' 

Kaunrichanda SQQ9 ©?{Q 0§ — 

*jfe*fcW"3[ The new moon. 

QlQQOft— GQ. Q.— 9IQ Q6^Q (G9«l) _~ 

Kaujurijahna Kaunrichanda (See), 

OIQQ S<q>€1— G9. 9.— QIQ €l9ITOfll G9€l (G^«J 

Kaunri desa Kaunrikamachandi desa (See) ,. 

Q|Q€J9Q — GQ. Q.— QIQQ^ (G<9«l) 

Kaunripada Kaunrimantra (See) 

KanHribara 9t^ — Name of a banyan tree on 

the- Jagannath Trunk Road connected 

with a legend as having been brought 

from KSmarQpa by a witch and trans- 

. plantedjhere by another.- 


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^ I gg S*IG$ 9IQft9Q $[91 glftQ ttlfl— 
2. Name of a village in Puri district on 
the Jagannath trunk road. 

QI€&QQQ-«-GQ.9 fa- ^Q9l9M+gQ)— iai^lGff C1G£TI91- 
Kaunribhara OIG^ QQQ §|9GQ CifiNM 9I$GQ 

^t^ 9§ qe^QaaSg sisisj gs§ $9— 

q^fg^rrc A P a * r °^ water pots containing 

holy water from the Ganges carried 

on the shoulders by a yoke from Badri- 

. narayan to Bameswar by Hindu 

pilgrims. 

Ol §€»§»— GQ-9 («G^lg fliaff)— S^fi GQ€lg g!©9Gag, 

KauSrimandala GaQOi^wg^ 9|Q $«. gjgQg— 

A region of the palate. 

ftl^QSQ— G9. 9 (3- 9IS%ei)— 6I1Q9 ^SQ^IQ 99— 
KauErimantra The most efficacious magical 

qfl«lOH<K ; ^if *^3^ incantations in the black 

magic. 

Ol«€J«©l— G9. 9 (e. ^1*31 + ^)— ^rafliew ©lf^9l 

KSufirisuta ^ ^ia^9l ^91— Thread spun by 

* fTIKtePn ^ virgins. 

KauSriharda The bone of a virgin which 

f ^rf fW? is Sft id fco be very efficacious in being 

q>H I -0'M^ used as charm. 

[ $>— «§ «SJ aQfl<?« G9GQ GI1Q9 99<<l 9QGQ 

49i$iq Miaraia© §« i ] 
KauHli K* 11 ! 1 ( See ) 


9l3©$-fllG9. (0»W ) 9 ( *. 9l© + 9^)— QfifOI «fi. 
Kftukan^bi ^|g>19€r9 QIQQ 9I9I9IQ 9^— 

fthncfimn Coloured glass beads* 

QWI3— G9. a. (aOiCJQW) — ^ I 9199 ^6> — 

KaukSu 1. Cawing sound. 

^W ^IWI«3li ecilQfllft; 9§GQ9 q?%^©?iffi 

^f^Bfe 9^9 ^9 — '^- Noise; tumult; the jarring 

noise of several persons talking at 

one time. 

9I$S>I® 9€)9I— G9. « — 9$q<3*lij>iq 9Qg 9Q9I- 
Kaukau kariba To tease a person by 

^1 ^t ^RTt making noise. 

9I^QI^ 699I— 69-3. — ^ I SLSll Q© w 9ft9l i 9I?D9!?l 
Kaukau heba G99I — 1. To caw like a crow. 

#t #f ^rai j> \ Gdioflieei ait ^q^Ij gqiq qqq^ 9^- 

^t^^T q^ei q§qi — 2. To make a jarring noise 

(eg. a multitude of persons assembled); 

to raise an outcry. 
9I39WI1 - 9IG9. («W»9J 9«1 (ST- 919 + 910)— 919- 

Kaukalia a^ *}f 9§ — Black as a crow. 
9iae9IO«-gi. 9- — <J©g9IQG9l96l5!ia— A kind of 
Kaukokali small sea fish with scales. 

9NSGiif»ai— gi. 9.— q^g^ai aqiqg giGGQ G99i^im- 
Kaugor^ia # A kind of hard stemmed 

(9I^G€!JGQ^ —^1) grass; Oplismenus Composilus; 

Oplimensus Burman, 
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G9. 9^1. q!.— S3I9I9 GfillQ «Jpfl GCIIQ Qft ak 6 
q^— Having very thin and long legs. 
9I^€>31 — G9. 9. — V I €91922 — 

Kauchia . 1. Eel. 

^^ J I <90I9I^ ©^a 919— 2. A kind of non- 
tonrafey, *l^^ * poisonous serpent. 

* I G^lQifllff^Q €IQ9G«— 

3. Curved motion of horses* 
©sf €Q|9| 9|«0a «Cr1© C|£l9 t q««?|G« S«G?G9 9ICQ !?95 I - 

* I StQlQGfil^^-4 A kind of creeper. 
G9. Qti. *. I 9£?I©QI — 1. Curved. 

J I M&Uftfl 6 9«qTl (qg!)— 
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Kaujau heba ' To be restless. 

Kaunda Kaunda (See) 

9l$£ft-* GW3. (Q°) ©— OldtolQI %% SG^Sq— 
Kaunsil 1. Council 

'%iCi& 2. Bar-at-law. 

Kaunsilar g^ — Councillor, 

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Kaumechi $©91^6 G9Q, £Q9I$L S«tlQ£|GQGfi 

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A nursery-term uttered by females 

while teaching infants to shut and 

open the palms. 

Kaumetichi Kaumechi (See) 

Kaura KauSra (See) 

Kauria Kaunria (See) 

«!6$fiW — GQ. S> (*- *0%p) — ^ i fl^Q 91$% GfllQ— 
Kaula 1. Mental trouble j perturbation; 

^t^^f^t^T agitation; botheration. 

«n$9*3tv m s 1 qgqgIj «§q ^^ qQQagQoi — 

2. Eestlessness of mind. 

GO- Qtf— 1 1 Qigi SGJ; «§ — 

• 1. Perturbed; troubled; agitated. 
> i qx$ftg — 2 - Restless, 
,^|^iS)|Q|^Q|— GQ. Q 6 ©€l ( er- ai^O + QiKJO ) — 
KSulabSula . QI^QI (CQ^)-*-Kaula (See) 

^l^ffl— G9. © 6 Q^l — QIQOI (G<?«)— 
Kau]i KSula (See) 


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Kanla (See) 
Ql«©fll^fi—9I. 9. 6 9<31— 9IQ«I (GQ«)— 

Kaulimauli Kaula (See) - 

9I3Q19— fliGQ. (■ ci9©i© ) e— -oftj gqa <lQa©IQ 

Kausapa qqjga- A kind of ant eater found in 

the Feudatory States of Orissa. 

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Kae Which; vrhat; who. . 

91. (QQq) 9. ( e- ©I^J ) — Q^ G99— -Body. 

9\<— giGO. ( Wigs ) «- ( e- ©° )— «»a^"9— ' 

Kaeii What; which. 

giGQ. ( 9«V«LQ ) a. ( %Q. §© = Q1G^ ) — 

©qiq^ 9is"©i © s>flG$— ■ 

Why; wherefore. 

9l< 9Q— SIGQ. ( ^ftlQ ) 2J— ^KJ" ( GQ<^ ) 
Kaen kari Kaen ( See )„ 

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KaeS kae5 G9^* 9§£[fllQ — What matters or : 

subjects, j 

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Kaen kaje On what business. I 

Q\4t - giG^ 1 ( q^qa ) ©. C «. «| )^9i3 ( g*9«i ) | 

Kaefit Kanti ( See ) I 

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KaeEta Q^fy § — What; which, 

qi-cTqcp^ - giGQ. ( q^ftqa ) w— V © g^iQQ— 

Eaen (Jhangar 1. Of what kind. 

2. Peculiar; awkward. 

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EaeSthi 1. At which place. 


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Kaenje Kaen (See) 

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KaeSs (etc) Kaifisa etc. (See) 

91<ia— GO. ©.— 9IQQ (G9«l) 

Kaeth Kaith (See) 

9I«$— GO. © .— 9IQSL (G03) 

Kaethi Kaithi (See) 

91*091 (QQil©)— ■ G9G0. 9— 9IQ0I Q©hIQ (GOSI) 

Kaeda (etc) Kaida etc, (See) 

Kaem Unalterability; standing position; 

^tOT durability; permanency. 

q^I # — «, | gjq| — 1. Permanent; durable. 

. ? I «iaQ9§l©— * 2. Unaltered. 
* <*» t ©^T|Q© 5 ©€®— ~3. Settled. 

9I««, 9€J9I— 69. 9 ■— ^ I ©Qgl^l 9©9I— 

Kaem kariba 1. To make permanent;to establish 
^r^ -^\ on a permanent footing. 

) \ «©i9 90i<jLa©Gfli9Q 9«9i— 

2. To ratify another's word or promise. 

9i<fl «j9i«fl —GQGQ. (so. 9i<a Gflwifl) (QQQSJi q<ai)— 

Kaemmukaem gQ©^ G9fel8 aa glQGQ £©§« 
^s-fiiffi ^t^ 2IGN©*i§— -Representative in 

^TpnniWnil interest; Locum Tenens; an 

assignee. 

9l«a %9lfl v ~6QG9. ( ^ ) ©.—QMS qQWfl (603) 
Kaem mukam Kaem mukaem (See) 

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Kaemi Kaem (See, 

9l<^~gi60. (*VWa) 9. <$». ^Q=-OT } ^j<3© = 
Kael QQ)— 9IQ (GOG)— Kali (See) 

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Kaoa Kaua (See) 

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Kaiisabamsa g9l§S> 90 (GSI9 319 <J ©q 9QGQ 

SJQ)gQ) — Name of a small river in the 

north of Balasore 'district. 

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KSmsuli caig CQtQ ©©3 ©IG^Q GOI<3 ©©©169 
^f 9fvrl ©hQM OSI — A mould for beating gold 

3>«Hjfa and silver bits into hollow caps. 

9i8— GO. ©. ($©©2fl SIGS.©©)— 919691* (G9«) 
Kafc KSjkort (See) 

9i— giGO. (swaqs) eTOifl w- ©q)— ©^ ©3— # 

KaS What. 

6m Q— GO. ©. (*. 9ITO)— 9ifl9 eq«i; aiftgqa— 

Kananja 1. Jaundice which turns the skin 

-^8^ and eyes yellow or pale. 

<ft^ [ g-^GQ a©<sh© -aqiQ at^fi $<n ] 

> I GSOT Ql€! — 2. Cloudy weather. 
* I q$9 9$3©l aiQ— 3. Foggy weather. 
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KaSanla Kaafila (1) (See) 

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KaSkar » Kakara (See) 

919^— glGQ- (3«lfiWa) «l— 918 © ; ©QICT— Why; 
Kankari wherefor. 

9IG99— EIGO. («M,«19) ©■ (e. 99t1)— 9Kj$ (GO«) 

KSSker Ktkur^i (See) 

9l9«i9— 9160. (S&Sfr ) ©— Q65fTOO— Redpepper. 

Kanehmari * 

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Kanch Glass. 

91© -giGO. (^fi49fi) 9— fllf©3o qg 391— 

KaHchi A small cup of earth. 

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KSnrd 1. Kanda (See) 

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2.Chakhanda (See) 
9I§)S0— 3IG0- WCWSli ©— 91^ (GO'S) 

Kanrgia Kandia (See) 

91*91— 31G0. (^999) ©*— 9lfl>l ( GO«! ) 

Kanldiba Kandiba ( See ) 

91991— £IGO. W««qS) 9—91^91 ( GO'S ) 

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Kafidh 918— Shoulder. 

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KaSdha 9!$— Shoulder, 

5l9Q— £|I69. W91Q) 9 — 9I*Q ( €Q«i J 

KaSpar Kampar ( See } 

QWT— gi. a. (e. 991)— 9QI©% 9©% 9Q9I— 

KanbhaS Scarcely; if ever. 

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1. A bell metal plate with holes through 
which metal wires are drawn out. 

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2. Kainsuli ( See ) 

©K^-69. 9- ( Q°. TO )— U G9IQ9Q 88— 
Kak 1. Cork of bottle. 

^F -> I 99^ CIS — 2. Cork tree, 

919— fit. 9. ( €9 ai^=as? 9Q9l.+ 9$. SI )— 

Kaka ^ l 91^ gisoQ e$$ ag|- qp — 

(9ISI —^l) 1. Crow; rook;«raven; corvus. 

<9IQ G99 aqQ, 09©ISl£[ QiaiQd 9I9 QIG90Q 
( house crow, corvus splendens ) 2fl££ <19QIOT 

9I9 ( fr. G3I39I9; 6. ©ISqqftl aS^hOQ 6 siiaiQfl 
9I9ST 3Ga$l 99, -09IST G99 SfcJ 9©l ( Jungle 
crow; corvus macrorhynchus ) ogj mq £9|Qiq[ 

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2. { ? th of a karda of shell money. 

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QIQ Q9§ I ] 

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3. The plant Ardisia humilis ( M. W ). 

•»- 1 flla^ea^i — 

4. A name of an island of ancient India. 

* I QTOQGaS — 

5. Name of a religious sandal print over 

the brow of a devotee* 
9 \ §§Q ©ft — 6. A little water. 

5> I (1°) GlSfi 9<i§ — 7 Lame man. 

r 1 (q?) 391 a «|» 9S§ — 

8. Impudent or insolent fellow. 

3. Q^l. — 9@ — Bent. • 

QIOQ^j-^f. Qtil. (9^9lg i 9ig+0^— G%q — " 

Kakachakshu Squint-eyed. 

[3— 99I9 ®§ CT, W9l«l 9IQGQ dlOKJQ Q€f 

aa^ ^l°g^ 3?1G9 Q19 q^ G99!^ gtelQ 

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Kakachakshuprabha Black and glossy lilje the 

eyes of a crow^ 
9I90Q9— e- Q.— 9^01^1 WhI — 

Kakacharita The art of divination. 

9l96>Q$—gi. Q.— 9I^O€l© (fiQa) 

Kakacharitra 'Kakacharita (See) 

919^81— g- 9. < ^Slejq? +©»!=* qfQ& 91919 
Kakachincha ^jg^Q ^jq ^^ asi ^ Q ^ — 

<* 1 qm (to 6 901). oiq^— 

1. Name of 2 varieties of black tipped 
^ pealike (red or white) podded berries of . 
a creeper; Abrus Precterius r 
J I ©G^QG9lfi qja— . 2. The prickly Night- 
shade; Capparis Sepiaria (plant 

* I 9Q<W qp>96OT: 9I©^I®1— 
3. Solamum Nigrum (plant) 

9I©©§— e. 9. ( Ql^©«ll+Q )— 9IQS3! ( 69«l ) 
Kakachinchi KakachiTfcha ( See > 

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KakachitTchi Kakachiffcha ( See ) 


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Kakajamgha 1. Leea aequata; a creeper with 

yellowish flowers and feathery 

leaves flowering in the rains. 

Leea hirta ( kirtikar ). 

qisiQi 9£>92i) I ] 

;> I QIQS ( EfS) (S f^Ql ) — 2. Abrus 
Prectorius (creeper and seed (M.W.) 

©ioqc^— s. q— ©^(gqgi) 

1 Kakajambu Jambu ( See ) 

©|Q©—£9G9. gl6©. ( WQ1Q ) Q— ©139— 

Kakat Paper. 

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R§; $% ©TO— Paper. 

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KSkatachaki <, I GQIQ©IQ Q\QQ®§ - 

jjgt 1. A round piece of paper. 

? i tones esaggT $w qj> §?i^— 

2. Paper kites flown by children in sport. 

-or. ©ei. i°. ( 9§§1§ ; ©i©-i-©<gi ) - 

©i© ast a«a s>gi9Ga<a— 

One who sleeps lightly or with 
eyes half open ( compared to a 

crow ). 
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Kakatandra ©!©Q ©51 Qft $S© 6>9! — 

Light sleep or slumber easily 

disturbed. 
GT- W, 31. ( ©l©©g-|-€l) - 

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Feminine of Kakatandra. 
©I©©l£>©l Qliq — *. (fliiq )— 
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<3$©1 QhISJ — "An accidental concurrence 

of two events. 


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Kakata li nyaya Kakatalika nyaya ( See ) 

OIQOIftlq— 3. Q«|. ( OlO + OIO + ^figiGfiif. Q^ )— 
Kakataliya ^ | G3 ^ g|g GQ gi^QIQgiq^Qg© 

siflgiflqg ^Qf QtQi we* ©iwiQdi ga^ 

l.Fortuitous;founded upon an argument 
based on fortuitous concurrence of 

events. 

2. Suddenly performed ( two acts ). 

« l qciao g#iQo ( <^q q$q\ )— 

3. Simultaneously occurring. 

Kakataliya nyaya Q|Q©jqqi q^ ( g^ ) 

Kakatalika nyaya ( See } 

©loeoo— e. q. ( a, a. gq ; ©iqq^ q.^ )— 

Kakatinduka qi^Qe©^. a^g ( Q | cig ) — 

A kind of Ebony; Diospyrus Tomentosa 

( tree > 

©.©«&- ST. 0— 2IQOI 91 flQQI SWGQ9I gi^Gia^OIGQ 

Kakatirtha q^flico ^j ^ A place where 

refuse is heaped up or strewn. 

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^l^l^l Kakapo; cockatoo; the owlparrot. 

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KSkatundika ( $£^|. g^SW )— 

1. Memordica Mona delpha 
(creeper and fruit 1 ; Kuamaita 

( See) 

-J I ^JSSpCSIS — 2. The plant axanthochymus 

Pictoriua ( M. "W. ). 
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1 I 9!9§j}QI ( GQS ) 

1. Kakatupdika ( See ) 

2. Gilt brass. 
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CQ4IISII4 ) - - 1 1 91391^% sgoj sicT — 

1. Submarine fire. 
. J I 69$" £J9I€Q 9i9©Q 21(5© WIQeiW — 

2. A flag containing the representation 

of a crow. 

«I9€>Q— ff. 9d. qf. ( 9§9l§; 9W +©§*■) — 
Kakanidra 9I99Q, ( G9<3t ) 

(9l9S>5jl — ^1) Kakatandra (.See) 

VIQ©9!--e. 4). <V<|1 ©% 9I9+S>gi )—. 
KSkanidrl' 9I99QJ ( G9S ) 

Kakatandra ( See ) 
*. 9tih a] — 9l9S>gQ tfsifip— 

Feminine of Kakanidra. 

Vioeoe— g. m. q?. { 9$9l8; w+gw )— etq - 

Kaikanetra Squint eyed. 

( 9I9G£>§>1— %1 ) . 
9J99Q" s. 9. ( 919 + m ) — V I ff«gg. 9g9Q $Q 
^Skapaksha QI^GQ G9€tQ©WGaS i «lfl^ 9IQ— 
1. A manner of dressing the hair. 
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90g^9IO. q.Qg^|0. 9^0910 - 
2; T,to sfcwt tjifts of hair hanging from 
neajr ;.#ie v Jjgg u of the ears down the 

cheeks; side-lock. 


Kakap*iohehha * Cuckoo. 

9I«€HV -?. 9. ( ^1 OO; 9IQ + 9IQ. -Q9IQ ^Q 
Kakaf^^i 919099© Wl ^91^ )— 

i I ^a G«H9 OQ 99 9«l— 

1. A mark of a crowds foot or similar 

mark or figure ( M. "W". ). 
) I ( G9<?i9 ) GW ©d"GQ 9I99IQ 9Q G9Qt 
"€>9 91 GQ«1I— 

2. Marks or lines in the skin similar to a 

crowds foot ( M. W. ). 

* I Ql«^@ «UQ€Q G9f^l3 «I0 91 919^ GSII« 

9Q91^ L G9Gfil GJ3ICt 9q99l QIQGQ Q2fl9Qt 

9I9Q99Q A ©^ — 

3-. The sign j± or N in manuscripts 

marking an omission ( M. W. ); a caret. 

-*- I QQ^^^GCig-- 

4. Modus coeundi ( M. W. )• a particular 

mode of coition. 
QloqS— *. Q. (*qi ©% Vl99iq , "qa=9§9 i G9IQQQ 
Kakapushta a^|^ G qiqq otq ^QgiGQ Qq9l^ 
S.a 9© q Qia eg sigji^ £j%w 6 $ac^ 
QQQ aiQQ 9GQ ) -G9l^a — Cuckoo. 
9I96QIQ—G9. 9- (5T. 919 + 09,19^913 qJafl gOiJ^j. §Q. 
Kakapoi 9Q9l«Wl=*«<5a)— oogoiQ Ggt q«l — 
qtTO3$ A small species of crow. 

aiqai swp gcr©« 9i«caiQ, 
QS5i fii°g QyQ ai© ^c^ 5q— oloiqcs- £S°$qsifl 1 

9fQ£fQ— e. 9. (flyaveQalj 9Iq3^ epo ; 9t9+erQ)— 

Kakaphala ©s),€ia'<S £TQ — 

The neem tree and its berries. 

©IQQ»M— «f. M. qj. ( flyweqdl; 919 + 9^1; 
Kakabandhya 9199^ ^| ir )_©gg* ^] ^Qg^ 

^IQ flW 9ft IKtaW 9GQ 9I§"- 09- 
SWq C 43 ) — ( a woman ) Who bears 
a single child only and no other; 
( woman ) bearing but one-chihjL 
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€JG9€h69 Wfl9l G9*,G99 9©i ^J9* 

aicT %eii99i «qi^ SP* *ms— 

Oblation of boiled rice strewn in the 
courtyard every day for the crows by 
every Hindu householder during the 
Baiswadeba rites; food strewn in the 
yard for being picked up by crows. 

9i99§<g— 3*. Q— CO 391Q 99i 9m 9©l — 

Kakaballari A medicinal creeper. 

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KakabaBjhi? Kakabandhya (See) 

9I9G9<3J — e. «- (?St9©jW+69<3l) -GQW; GQq, — 

Kakabairi Owl. 

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Kakabhiru 9I9G9S! (G9«l) 

Kakabairi (See) 

9i9%s$l— sr- 9.— 9l9%aai<3 qwcQ«— 

Kakabhushandi A sage who assuming the form 

of a crow picked up the leavings of 

Bishnu and became four-armed and 

immortal. 
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9i9a'Ql— «. 9. — v 1 9i9©si • (G9<a) 

Kakamachi 1. KSkachincha 3 (See) 

2l9«i e. 913 — 9I93I©9I Nightshade. 

^fanflft Lunilunika koli (See) 

6. 9W9«» cji^an, sogsiw, «w»^o, 


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4> | <3*l|Q berries. 

3»PJi*lrfc L. Anamirta cocenlus (Paniculate) 

Ol. WISjGW, Qq^ [§— <!9IQ€aft C«ll*l 

awiQQi.wi© «^ioiq ^Q 1 £®se» 6 ij<ao tow i 

<19!Q QQIO O^GqetGQ <]<3- ag> OTh%GS. H%2b 
91939— «t. e. (9i9+a9)— aw>Q «icuf); «eii9 ^iff— 

Kakajaba Pithless paddy; paddy grains having 

no rice in them, 

9199— GQ. ©.— SffQ— Dew. 
Kakara 

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Kakarakara The moon* 

9IQQ91Q flaQQSl, 9l«Q9Q OQfi^iql — ««^p,. gcrlo I 

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9I9Q% 999 9Q9I — 

To collect the dew drops in a pot. 

WSt aQ Q9I Q^ $« — £€l ! 

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^Rf, ^t"^t 9^91 901 QSJIQ PQfk' QGQ 64^0% 

*f^t 3bigq ^jS. G9g^ 919^ 9oi ^qgfloi— 

1. A pastry cake prepared with rice flour 
seasoned with molasses and fried in ghee. 
oei ei«qQ qisq, q®fli <3^<i« qq— qootq- qmiq§ ( 

-> I (<K?I 9I9Q ^QQS% §191% ) %1GQ99IC9 

G94! QQG9 ©i^GQ 9^91 GCIiqQIQ 

^l9Qri99G€t<a — 2. A round shaped gold 

ornament for the hair* worn over 

/ the head by females. 


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smqq 91 GctwiQ 9W«©i 9i 991— 

3. Thick long wicks made of rolled 

rags and attached to the forks of 

torches after being saturated with oil 

and lighted in processions. 

9l9Q— SIN- (sF^SfO 9— «9S9R ato— 

Kakari A species of paddy. 

9I9€£0— fill, §a— *. I 3$!— 

Kakaria 1, Cold. 

\m > i 919^3.5— 

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QIO%»l— St- 9- $1 (PIQ+^9 ai§_+9$. « + & *■)— 
Kakaruha TO H CIS Q9GQ 9^91 O^AMS $Sj 

flQQ— Otfchids. 

9IQQ— *, 9 (^=§^+99 ai%«a«? 9Mi+9$. 

KSkala ® ; ^ fjIQGQ *9I' «D€1«Q) — 9<&a£|j 

9sa9<931 — A gem for the necklace. 

919GJ9— SIG9. (€I«W) 9—^ I *D9Q— 

Kakalada 1. Respect; fondling. 

} SQCJ — 2. Respectful solicitude. 

Kakali Kakali (See) 

9I9Q1— 3- 9. ( $-$W + 99 ai^W 9Q9I + 

KSkali 9$. Qft - <$_ glffGQ 91 OQfl)— 

^ I 9a£| 219^ a^i — 1- Pleasant inarticulate 
* "• note. 

2. Low sweet chirping of birds. 

* I fl*|Q a©— 

3. The crowing of the peacock. 

v 1 <s;QSP s^toq 09S>1%9 «a$ a©— 

4. The melody of many instruments 

• heard from a distance. 

5. A symphonious instrument. 

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9 I Q£9Gas — 

6. Name of a kind of gem. 

KSkasirsha Sesbania gsandiflora (tree). 


qioi— e. 9. ^ 

K5ka 
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(afligfo)— GITO ^9; 9I«0 9i«B €15?— 
The cawing note of a crow, 

.J I QIWQI (G^ei)— 

2. Kakajangha (See) 

«t. Qrf) 9. 9!-- *©q 9©^ 9GQ&; qWl~ 
Father's younger brother; paternal uncle. 

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91©I§G€1I®9 WMiq— 09 Mq*5fiq QQq9iai 55lia| GOTIQ 
KakSkshigoIaka nyaya ft«iiq — An analogy appli- 
ed to the case where one thing does acts for 
two (like one eyeball of the eye of a crow 
serving the work of 2 eyes), 

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Eakar^a Crab. 

QI9i$«0— TO. Q— 919%^ (G^fiJ ) 

Kakatua Kakatua (Seei 

919 Q—e. 9. (?<|1 00 3 919 + aeO— 

Kakari G909; Cdej,— Owl, 

Q'1910— «T- Q. (9191- a© +Q *aiq|_+9(S:«)— 

Kakala G31^19I9j Olflq9IQ — Rook; carrion rook, 

9191©— ST. 9. (9I9+^$=G^1SSQ)— 
Kakali 9IQTO— A number of crows. 

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Kakini (See) 

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Kakini ^ | q°« 9999. 09 Eltil 9€J§)Q 9^i°€l; 

09G9I9 - 1* ^ ne fourth of a pana; 20 cowries 

(shell money) 

2. A measure. 

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jewellers asjthe minimum weight, 

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5, The shell Cyprsea Moneta used as a 

coin(M, W t ) 
f> ! EJ9QIQ <iQo^di a— ■ 

6, The fourth part of aTDanda or short / 

po e (M. W.) 
9 I «9 91® — 7. Cubit (M. W.) 
9I9S>I— 69- ($l©to Q9h) §. (Sf. 91©)— (fl*q$ ^QQ) 
Kakiba WIIQfiJQ. Q|Q QQ <939IQ $19— 

To utter a sound like a crow (during 

boxing) 

91«l— S. Q. %1. ( 919 + 3,1. $ )— «MJ %2fl— 

Kaki A female crow. 

9191 ■ ■ J 9 ' %1— QQ% @©9«t Oglj ejtil — 

The wife of one's father's younger brother. 

91%-- ST- 9. ( TO ai$--Qtifc G99l + 9(f. Q )— 
Kaku «l [ Q£jGai9l$9iq 9^9 Q«aa©— 

1 . Cry of distress; groan; a peculiar tone 
or change of voice wrought by fear, 

anger or sorrow. 
> I ^€9l§ — 2. Irony. 

* I 696Qsl§ — 3, Supplication; complaint. 

* 1 qstfsiGQ W99IQ 91 9^9 3Q ( flq©W>) — 
4. A distorted tone in music. . 

* I ©91 ( S§Q9K? )— 6. Tongue. 
9 I 92IIQ 9GQ3 a°«l QQGQ 90391 G9IQ — 

6. Emphasis, (M.^W.). 

9 I q^SSLW Wl— 

7. Muttering; murmuring. 

TlFF fl|. SWPQIfl. ( Q9i ) ( 93 89 ^1 V 9 ) — 
fePKt 9191%— To whom. 

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9I%€>20 — G9. 9— «9SQIQ ©§qq Wh'ROI «9I 91^91 
Kakuchia QW^GQ QQQ&l 9«i9$Q $< ' )— 

«Cl^ft A kind of fibrous wild creeper. 

fflC9. ( «90IO ) Qdl — OI<3 3^014 9fl|*— 

Slender and thick at places. 

( aai— qgi/^sfi, «pi 1 ) 

©l$$>— W.Q.te. 99*1)— <J?©IO 9&1NI fi*9|«W6«— 
Kakurdi Cucumber; Cucumis Safeivas; 

^fipt *t^s J .'W ■[§— <i £to qsi SjaGQ gig©; 

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91? aQ6« "flp^g, asqai'-9<i] 
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Kakurgia A kind of thick stemmed and thick 
Jra»T, JTfe rooted grass; Eleusine aegyptiaca 

(Kirtikar) 
[ 5J— <19IQ «« Q% QQ\Qi 6 Gfllt.1 I] 
G9. M— ©l%9 Sfl^Q^S^i— Oucumberlike 

in appearance^ 

oi^jpato— ai€Q. (gja) 9— GaraidlqioeQ 9191^91 S9si- 

Kakuidikhai SQqi^GCl^ — IS'ame of an image of 
a goddess which is taken out in proces- 
sion in Puri. 

Kakutstha sy— ^ I qaog sqq ^Qa^l^^ 

^Mlq qei — 1. A Kin^of the solar race 

of ancient India belonging to the solar 

Dynasty of ancient India. 

-> I q©l q^OQ—2. King Kamchandra. 

* I qS^q© — 3. A name of King 

Puratljaya, 

^.Q«l. gf. — ^8991^— Belonging to the 

family of Dilipa» 
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Kakutsthya $!%®3 (G^ 1 ^) 

Kakutstha (See) 

91^— 69. 9. (*-«-9l^§)— ^ I 91®^ ^®° ^ l ^3% 
I^Kakuti 9IQG^1§ — 1- Supplicant tone. 

4>l$f^ j ,| ^8«tl^ ^Q— 2. Cry of fear or distress. 

* I SitJQ^; 999 — 3". Supplication. 
.. 69. 9<a— 9I©Q; S)^— Distressed, 


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Kakuti binati E ntreaty. 

G9. Q<H— ©99, 9I©9; «B^ — Distressed. 
9IQ9 G9© — C9- § 6. W— QI^Q 99© (GQS)— 

Kakuti minati Kakutibinati (See) 

9t$6 G99I— G9. 3.— (*. Ql^§) Ss>9 99«— 

JCSkuti heba To solicit; to speak most humbly. 

«l$j|— 69. 9. 6 941- — 9I$9 (G9«rt 

Kakutti Kakuti (See) 

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9t^*— e. 9 (9%9=flg,9+«)— ©i§— 

Kakuda The palate; the hollow of the mouth. 

9KjQ6*l§— «• 9-9G9l§ (GOOI)— 

Kakubakrokti Bakrokti (See) 

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Kskuma Aunt. 

9iqffc-9l. Q— 9KJJB <G*3»«I) 

KSkurtti Kakuti (See) 

«l%3— 91. 9.— 9I<J9 (G9«l) 

Kakusta Kakuti (See) 

fafcf l.^Entreating; supplicating; humbled. 

J I Q@C©— 2- Anxious. 
* I 919Q; €)Q§>g,— 3. Distressed; troubled. 

v I TOO^l flia»l©iq — 4. Entreating. 

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Kakusti Kakusta (See) 

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KSkustha Kakusta (See) 

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Kakusthi Kakusta (See) 

1. Irony. 
> I Wl©G^§—2. Sntreatj; supplication* 


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Kakukti 


*i I QQI^Ip — 3. Groan; scream.. 

v 1 G'SG^I^ — 4. An exclamation of grief, 

©Kg©— 91. e.—QKjL© (W«) 

Kakruti Kakuti (See) 

• Kakekshu Q|9©61 — A kind of reed or Kasa grass. 
Saccharum Spontaneum (M.W.) 

9IG0©1— 3. 0— <9flOIQfll9— 

'" KSkechl A kind of fish; Oyprinus 

Cachias (M. W.) 

91CQ0— S. 9.— ^ I GQQ A (GQ«1) 

Kakendu 1. Kendu (See) 

IVf * C^flH Diospyros melanoxylon (Kirtikar) 

A kind of ebony; Diospyrus Tomentosa 

(M. W.) 

9IG9Q QIQ€t€l— G<>- 9.— <09«W ©CfR W^ — 
Kakeri baigana A kind of wild brinjal. 

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Kakodumbarika ©^Q. (OQ^© 9GQ^f. W*i^l>— 

Kakodara +a. $^| q|q=^-|.qqq. Q§§]@. 

019 Oft Q9Q 3I9IQ)— €JQ€I, «lef— 
Snake; serpent. 

CGfis 04«W91« «IG9I0Q aQ»IQ OQ q^ SCQ GVQ G9C1 CQ I 

qig©i»— g. 9.— (©Qai^OiftOT^I + Q^. 6») — 
Kakola ^ | q%^ §19Q Q^ — 1-A black non-animal 

poisonous substance, 
^ I G$I«I9I9j ©I^Q 91^ — 
2. Raven; carrion erow. 

* t Wh WQ-3. A boar. 

c K 

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* I qLQ% ^qiq— 5. A potter. 

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punishment). 

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41 w I A sweet vegetable substance used as 

«fld<ApM>, 4>ntaffT antidote against fever and cold. 

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Kakola Kakola ( See ) 

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1. A sweet vegetable febrifuge. 
J I qg siqs a»^ a©; Qigo— 

2. A sweet inarticulate tone. 
9I69I&1— St. Q— 9IG9IQ ( G9<3 ) 

Kakoli Kakoji ( See ) 

>«IG9I«9S}|— e- 9. ( 919 + 6^9+9+3,1 si )— 
Kakolukika 919 6 €Q©WQ ^i^qq OT£|— 

The antipathy or natural enmity between 
the crow and the awl. 
•SIS9IS9— ST. 9- ( 919 + 6%+ 9j «KM %^Q Mi 9Q 
Kakoshthaka a^esj 991 9Qi^_) — flQ^Gfllt G9IQ 
«W«9^^C9IQS|9J 9919*61*1— A kind 
o£ bandage shaped like the beak of a crow. 
<«lfi— st. 9. (^Q^+aii+aij ^gi969 9l WQQS)— 
Kaksha 1 l 9*lfl— 1. Side glance; wink. 
J I 3^1 — 2,,Frowning look; a leer. 
* I q996€l«j— 3. A kind of plant (M.W.) 
*• 9<l. ( 9§£l§ ; %— qfl9+«fi ; ) — 
'(9lfl1— qj) «. |%£q ©q89S«fc— 

1. Having bad eyes. 
-> I Q$$9l<33 — 2. Frowning; Scowling. 
94flJ — sr. 9 — ^ I q£)§GeiS — 

KakshI 1. A plant; Cytfeus Cajan ( M.W. ) 

j 1 cfqgi <J§9I— 

2. A kind of fragrant eaTth. 
* I 9Q9 ®!&— 

3. Split beans of a kind of legume. 

Kakshiba 1. The horse radish- tree and its 
beans; Hyperanthera Moringa. 


0% Q® 9 


cm 


9 


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2. Name of the son of sage Gautama by a 

Sudra woman. 
9I«— 69. 9- ( e. 93 )— 

Kakha ^ I €I<3IQ9 arfqci* 9?Ol^ 9I$SW&$ 
C#fa; #N gl9j 99«4— 1. Flank or side of the 

OT5T body between the waist and the 

armpit. 

J 1 9I$S9 ; 9!§S$— 2. Armpit. 

9§aiS, i 9fQ QQQ ®°$\ $Qa|«iQ q^ 
G9IQai<I — 3. The side of the waist 
( where the waist narrows into the 

trunk ). 
1,9091— €9. 9-?S§$jLSW69: ^% 9IG«Q9!— 
Kakha kariba To carry a child sidewise by 
C#tffW3fl- setting it on the curvature of the waist 
Wftsw OTT and holding it by the arm. 

©id qq a^a^i Qg c^icw 
^3» c^iqs« o s®^? «^iQ9 i giol. 9»OQO i 
9iaq$ — G9. 9— 9I«» ^GQ Q09I §^1— 

Kakhaguli A boil in the armpit. 

9l«0^«fl— G9. 94 . q?. ( St. 99+9I& )— 

Kakhabalia s\\Q\ QWQQ. 919 ©QaiKl; flW9^9 — 

1. Elderly; grown up, 

(9l«9ICOQ— tf| J J \ £1191 9I<^ QMQ999 9lfl 2JI< — 
2. Having a luxurious growth of hair 

in the armpit. 
9I9QI£«8— €9. 94- 4°— 9l«l9l9ar ( G^?^ ) 
Kakhabalua KakhabaliS ( See ) 

(9WIGftlQ— «1) 
9I$K?9@ — 69. 9— 9I«!^Q ( 69« ) 

ECakhabirargi Kakhaguli ( See )" 

Old G99I— G9. 5 — ( §4 ) aOH 9^83 91§Q 91«C9 

Kakha heba q§qi — ( a child ) To be carried by 

C$t& ^e^l an elderly person on the side 

"hfewWI $Rl ( between the waist and the arm ). 


<MG«is»r- 


( WJhr ) 


9Wa©e*> 


«o • «aecc%, c$K9 <i Qgiesraes 9 3»9 cw est w aid aawcfl effe cogo > 91 <> ©<a o 93 91 9imq$ w cflis?9i<i C99 1 «ai— 

CIIQ' 9 i?OGQ *&*£ GtiHflGP; *q«l' 9 SOCQ **a' Mli©S9; , 9*' 9 S©CQ 'W> ' CQSC9j 'fcCM 1 9'OIQCQ W CQ8C9; 'aQ90' P QtQGQ a«9©^ CQ8C9 1 


9I6SIQQI— G9. 4^— 91$ 9Q9I ( G9«i ) 
Kakheiba Kakha kariba ( See ) 

( S2IJ— q" 9l^9IG«tQ G9IGOQ flfigh 9S1§ I ) 

©IO— G9G9. 9- ( Q° )— 919^ ( G93 ) 
K5g " Kak(See) 

«!€!«— G9G9. ( £TIQg|— 9«? ) 9— V | £@Q$— 
Kagaja 1. Paper, 

^tW J I §q|9 — 2. Account. 

' *t«N* Q$9|Q OlSLff^Q fl $° 

51* 9I£1£^ qciq ©etiQ gqcs eg 9iQ9 1 gyi&ia. q©9iq i 
G9. ©!QQ^ * I QG3I#— 3. Eeport. 

v I 9£H9 9W; Q9$GSSi S^gg GQIS — 

4. Stock; Government security. 
* i «9Q9lGIQ> Qp — 5. News paper. 
[ 2~ <@ €Wf WQ^I ®% «§ 9IGS©h SI€tf]|99|Q 

91 ©qwi, Gays, aaas, ore, QiQa saq €^g%gq 

Q*l99l QGQ aiSJGQ 9%qaiQ <19g9fQ fl$ ©3IQ 

■ ■■ $« I Og 9g%9S>GQ 93 S3 9Q 39IQ 91 Q0G9 

q,a G9Q qigio Q^Q 9qai« 1 acq* $|©GQ 9109 

• §>no, QQQ%Q I 9^319 Sl^ SI9l£hGQ 9191 209IQ 
6 9§Q QWSIIO gg,9 G9$ag I 9Cf GO€IQ 'OlStf 
6 '«liq^Q'GQ £|21fl 9TO9G 9§9I% '9IQ9IW 
6 %!Q9«1<3 9IW Og ftlSQ «$ G9IQ2i© I QQ<* 
G9til 9TOq, G ai $ G «H$69 ^Ift G^?(GQ 9QOIQ 
QaisaiQ ©fS»l «^Q 9SISIQ G9Q?fQ I Oiq, ^©10 
9|€i© > G9 IQaiQ^Q ! a^9ia (fools cap) 
©QG^ ef^g^9ta (double fools cap) n® SJGff9 
SIIOIQ 91CIS* «lft I QM^L ^?^ia aisp QftQiatf 

Q«KIIC}a& I 69€ll Q99I9GQ q9l 9IQ £1% 9«9iq 
©^ 9191Q 9Q.«g\9ITO Sg© QWIQIOT 9$fll» 

g^ial; — *«lg ©|cie=tffQ9 9( «gi, ^v©§[= 
VQJI, >°Qgl=^, ^•Q«l — tC9% I ] 
Q\QQ 9QQI— GQ. 8— t I 9IQ9 gg,9 9Q9! — 
Kagaja kariba 1. To manufacture paper. 

^"ffisr ^t J I §SII9a§) gg© 9^91— 

*l 4 KH %<HJ 2. TjO prepare accounts. 


* I GQ©^^ 2J9 9§G^ Q9\m 9i§Q 0I» 

persons name 
in a register. 


8GJ61 9^91 — 3, To enter a persons name 


4. To execute a document. 
* I Q9im 93^ GS$9I; £$9<§ 9Q9I— 
6. To enter a thing in black and white;: 
to record a matter on paper. 

QI€1^Q»— GO. 9.— 9W €*l QQ9IQ S3^— 
Kagaja kala Paper mill. 

■%T03f4»r 3T55 

QIQffl a9IQQl — €9. S-— OSPQ §919 91 OIQQI 0Q9^I 

Kagaja gar^aiba gqq^ ©IQffapGQ QOIQ SilSf9l— 

^r[^ ^m To carry over old or past accounts 

3OT3T 3£t5n to current accounts; to carry over 

outstanding accounts to current 

'papers. 

91619 9$9I~G9. 9.— tjTO §?1I9 91 916*91 9Q9^ 
KSgaja gardiba Wtffa ^09! — Continuation of 
^t^tW OTt old accounts in the new 

"CTHI ^iHl accounts. 

OIQ? 0©— G9. 9.— 9I€1QGQ Q2IQ Of — 
Kagaja chaki Paper kite. 


9iQ©99§— W. 9. ( a. 9IGI©+ff. ©^ )— G«llfil9R 
KSgajaohakati SO^QGQ 9tl G9!Q?(9I Sj^ 9I€1S>- 
^t^tCW^ 5t^Ffe «ig — Circular bits of paper. 

GI6I9 €»§— G9. 9.— 9f€!909Q (G9«l) 

Kggaja chakti Kagajachakati (See) 

Q\QQ 9^9— G9. 9* ( a. 9W+9ffit9 )— G9f^l§ Qq 
Kagaja talab ^| gg|^ aoiQ9l3IQ 9{|aS(¥ 

^tj|w ^55|? eflG9€! — The calling for accounts or' 
WkT*T5T cT^^ records by a higher authority. 

Q\QQ <aOIQQI— G^>. ^— $a§a 91M4 ©9t §gj9 91 
Kagaja pathaiba qqq\{ GgQ^l 9Q9I — To submit 
"Wft&f ^Itsl'f report or accounts to 

^n*T3l M3RT higher authority* 

QlflOTOQ— 91, 9.—9IGI©a« (GQ«l) 

Kagajapatara Kagajapatra (See) 


VK«W 


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91$$ 


A 

Q 

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S < 9SG* 9^ ■ ao^pjgQ qsjttao fit | «,« 1 9 Q§ 

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£j_ J G«J |aioiq$93 a«giQ9i 09,99,39.95 ) «n i g q os f qst 

9 

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•91009$^ G9- 9. (WQj9§9Q9) 
Kagajapatra 


> I 


oioooiq— go. 

Kagajabala 


A I 9$(2B9 — 

1. Records. 

2. Accounts. 
9. ( ». 9IO8.+ 9I0I ) — ^ I GS «9€^ 
9109 9§ 9G9— 

1. News boy news vendor. 
J I ©a $90010$? St&l9Q 9GQ — 

2. Editor of a news paper. 

* i gs 9109 o«io ogq — 

3. A manufacturer of paper, 
©ICIQ$*0<a— 69. 9.— 91099IQ (693) 
" Kagajabuala Kagajabala (See) 

91001— G9*9.— ^ I (<9IQG«l€« OlOOQ^aOQI qOiqj- 

Ksgaja gs^joigi^ «i eroQGasj 2131^9 9Ios>to— 

- ?tf*f5ft . 1. A kind of lime fruit. 

*5Ti# > \ <®&\<$\ uoi aiq— 

^Ffsflft *fhBTt 2, A kind of white pigeon. 

9I00I0~G§G9. (ffl.) 0. (01. 91000 9§9©9)— 9100- 
Kagajat «. 9«siq9— 
^frt^S Papers etc; accounts. 

9100— €9.. 9.— 9I0.©G9^(C90) 

Kagaji Kagajilembu (See) 

* 

G?69. 9. ( £fi )--<* I-99G0 9109 3g© 9S9I 

OCT* 9QOI9 9109 SgO 9091 SJSWHO 9IQ— 

1, Mahomedans who were formerly engaged 

in manufacturing country made rough 

papers before paper was [manufactured 

by machines. 

J I Q[0©g§09IQ!:9H§— 

2. Manufacturer of paper. 

■■* I 9100 9G90I 9h§— 

3. Seller of paper; paper merchant. 

v| 9|Q©20 (GQ<3) — 4. Kagajia (See) 

* I tiQi QGfQ dig— 5. White pigeon. . 

£ I «9g9l$ 91919 (<a9CTI9 QOQ! )— 

6. Thin skinned walnut. 

C9G9. (0*1) 9<fl— V I 9100 ggOQIQ— 

Manufacturing paper. 


J I 910© 9G$©I — 2. Selling paper, 

OlOOSR— €9. 9^1—^ I 9100 -Q0 0«9€fy— 

Kagajia 1. Having the smell of lime. 

*ffl?t J> I 9I0Q3Q 9$^ — 

qftnsft 2. Paper coloured. 

OIQOGQ^— G9. 9— 9I0969^(69«) — 

Kagajinernbu Kagajilembu (See) 

9100910 — G9. 9 — »l 99*9 Ql^— 

Kagajipara "White pigeon. ' 

0I00S9^t~ 69. Q " (^" 9I3--Sl9q9 i CTI. 9109(1 + 
Kagajilembu <?. ©^ <9IQ G^fli 9109 a^ 00ft? 

*ftfa^ *ttfk*i\ 391%)— <9ois^ Cat Qg ®r~ 

*itnfar% qjjiwfaf^ Lime fruit; Citrus Berga- 

GO. ©flaO, OSjIEII^ mia; Acid lime. 

20. Qq$G9l9o [ g— <19l WQI GRf^ «GQ9I 

q, flitlft^ Gg% 6 Q'ao 199qg; <9l ^Q 

flQOT. Qf^ flOIQifiiafl 3919 GOIGfc 91 910©^ 

. 01. «QSf©9[ 6 fllOiSOIQ ^1919 91 9109J 

e. -asa iiq — $^ oi ocri^oq. 9io9GRs^«gQg, 

9^ S>\9 91^199, ^^99, QI99, 

9*3, %^9ia9 4 Q99 G^)0QI€t9 ; <9I 91^ 9^ 
9ET 6 MGQ $£1913 49 G^©9> <l^0 99 919, 
Qfl, OSsGqo^ 9^00 6 9^©9l G^OGQ 9G€l^ 

Qa9ra I ] • 

0100- 01. (Q9i.) 9—9199 (G9d)— 

Kagata Kakata (See) 

9ft ^10000 qsqq sa«9 SLSt5> — ^W** €?G9$lS9©ra I 
010000— €9. 9 — 910099: q<3l — 

Kagatachaki Paper kite. 

qcgq s^sp Qq§ qq^ c%©, 

9101©— OL 9— 910969^(690)-^- 

Kagaji Kagajilembu (See) 

91809 — 01. 9— 9l00G9^(€9«l)r 

Kageji Kagajilembu (See) 

019^— giG9." ( : W9qs ) 9— 4%«i oti 91 oeiQ 9 iff 

Kanar ^aGQ 9§Q 9Sii G99I QG€i 9^91^9 
q^,,g^9|9 .^9 ; :;-g39I9— Velvety 
■ ■-. moss growing .on old stone or brick 
structuers 
m 9 * 


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4».«oioeo F oaew <-q«hwi«gq c 8wcece-«$ €R qkS 4aa»efl ©tfs* -woo > <$\\ ©£o ■sflsi flisiqg so whoti^wi oai— taKa* 
© «xq 'aw caiosffj V*' * flacft W esnecy V£ 9 flow* ■«£ sq«S9 ; 'a*i* s> aiQsQ *«■■ wto; VafiW ff flitter 'aW e^s? 


<9I»— G9. 9—*. I ($• 9$; <9IQ «ooiq W Qfll 80.) — 
Kanka 3|f ^3^1910* ©$©fe|j8 ££919 <QS91Q 

•99«B9 ( <gc9 99 qq^ <a3aw') — 

C^WoT 1. A spade with a long handle to 

<£\$\g cut earth. 

691$ QIQf W^CQ Q!OT G«!QO% — Qas-Q. {WQQO. WOT- 1 

-? I Qfin; 9§HI9« G9l — 2 - flamingo (bird) 

«W»® — C©- 9 (%■ 9G9feffl)— «9g9t9 o€wi 99*1 -R9l 

Kankarda 6 <a§9 «ll9i TOWM^ A ^ ild 

^f^l?Tfa, <ft^ creeper and ats cucurbitaceous 

-«S$95; *f***faJ fruit; Mernordiea Cochin Ohinensis. 

€-©.^31999^1 ^ieo aQQ q5, fli«Q castb s'QQ coff 

[ Q — < QQl Sl§Q 6 QIQ <J_Q 3919 I ^Ci ©IQQ 
Q©1 -CO WIIGQ Q Q§GR 3IQ £}9I TOQGI §-C Q|£ | 
TOQ GW3IQ q^O 6 QQ91 gpsf 9«l aw I 

q€i9GC> <3 roi er» y GQ I el® ^G9 <i R9i siq- 
aw; ««* 9<£i Q§G9 G<a§ m% q$ W 9$gg> i 

. W9 R9IQ 9Q 9^ 91 q ^ q$ 2^9^ f ] 

«TOq€y-~G9. 9* ( *. 9G9i^+3S )--wj9 

■- Katikardamunda qo|Q gp ( ^| qq^ M qgjQ 

#t^Hl^^^ sB^QqS^i )— The round bulbous 

q&^QPKT ^^ r00 * °f the Kafikarda creeper ( it is 
of the size*of a human skull ). 

^IG?©I— 9IGQ.*( GWSiq9j ^». 9. QiQ^I ) Q. ( ST. 
Xankarda QQ* ) — QTOI — Crab. 

©|e?©€9IO— €Q. ^— 9I«5T? 6 9IQCI6I £TQ^ Qqi QQ9I 

* Kafikardipoka eai^ — A. kind of yellowish red 

<JK<H*ll ffi3 C*ffa insect which is a pest to the 

■c& ag ^ T ^tfT Kankarda and other creepers. 

OIQQia — €Q. M. tf- (ST. ©IPWil) — QI^QI^ (GQfl) 
Kankabanjha . Kakabanj (See) 

OI^^ISil — W. W- %1— QIOTIflS ( €9« ) 
Kankabanjhi KakabaHja ( See ) 

aiafll€JQI-GQ< 9— l l'Wa«1 «Q G«flfi»9i qfl^GQ 

Ksnka mariba gaQQ ^§ a'^S^ WjflQ fllf 9lfl9r- 

C^W^'^TfSt " li To cut earth' with a longhandled 

l^fW spade, 

«W ?[9rtf < *|aQ^^Q9l— 2. To examine , 


the undersoil below the ground by 
digging a place with a spade. 

9I©Q — G9. 9. ( *. 9^9 )— GQIf) — 

Kankara Gravel; pebbles. 


eiflpq— G9. 9. ( cr. 9G9tQ )— qigqioi ( G9«i.) 

Kankala Kakola ( See) 

OIGQQ— fllG9. ( GWflllQ; % Q - 9- ^I9OT ) 9. ( e- 
Kankalas $QOiq ) — ^^ — Chameleon; calotes 

versicolor* 

QiGpg^i— giG9. ( ai©^Q ) o^— 99941— 

Kankasijha Half boiled. 

(m\— 9IQ9tfl 9IQ€!^1 I ) 

-Ol04»t8«»r— G9.-8— 9Kf*}l9 S? ^ I ^ f "' 

Kanka hapiba To cut earth with a spade. 

9l^so— g©. ^— ®\$£ *jiq «»lf 91391 ^Q«0~ 
♦Kankua Labourers engaged in digging eartti 
^4<^ T^ with spades. 

[■9— fllf 9lfl9!G9Gft G9G99 QQQ ^f^L ^ 
gig 9iaaiB»fi) A 91 9G9 ^S^ G9G©9 €^ -Wl- 
fllf^LGQie^iq^oiQ GtlWGQ s^§-l ] 

91^91— 69. §— qcj^99l ( G9«l ) 

Kankurdiba Kunkurdiba ( See ) 
,.Q|gq_ G 0. §. ( ^ QG9IQ.)— 9IG9IOI ( G9« ) 

KSnkula * Kakoja ( See ) 

.QIGWOI— G9. Q. ( «. QGVIft )— QIG9IOI -( €93 ) 

Kaakola Kakola ( See 

©IGfiNfl— -G9. "9. ( e- 9G9I )— 9IG9IOI ( G9«l ) 

Kaakola " Kakola ( See ) 

Olff(aiSt) — fl— t I G9tel9 9g E1IQ Q9I 91 *iqoi<s 
Kanksha (root ) .QQ9I — 1- To wish for a thing. 
9 I G9fa9 9§ :;f«Q9«a*Gra i W H -9 ; W9I— 
2, To- hanker after a thing. 


KankSha 

"' 'A tij9t-^;^Kffl^ 5 91SI-- 
"!.' Desire"; wish; hankering. 
^ t'CCR— 2" Coveting. 


%1. ^a )- 


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Kawkshita Desire; wish, 

Desired; fished for. 

•fllffl— e. §<a. y. ( Qifi yi^-f-9^. q©; vii. £9. )— 
KankshT ^iQio-GGfag 9§.. . aiRQieycT apoigl — 
( QIS dl— ^1 ) Hankering after; covetous for. 

9IGK3— GQ. 9 — 9ICI^( * ) ( GQ« ) 

Kangla Kaiigu ( 3 ) ( See ) 

;fiM9>IG^— GQ. €>..(*. QqrlO $ ? 5 38Stal69 ^I§I9% 
Kfngala wi&g^ G99j^_ )— 

*W|5C ^tfa 1 I SiQ QQQ 91 Qs£ 9^§— 

{ffnieS 1. A verj. poor and destitute man. 

2. A name given to males who were born 
after their elder sisters or brothers 
* died in infancy. 

GQ. 9<a— ^ I «Q Q€19; §8«fl; €»1 — 

1, Very poor; poverty stricken; needy; 

indigent; wretched. 

> 1 e«f«i9 9^ sicf 312ft— 

2. Applicant; for some thing supplicant. 
* ! 2iqQgg,-~3. Needy. 

( :9*j^)-^- Reduced to skeleton owing 

to starvation. 

■©itti»©Qiq— gq. 9— <3> 85, 1 Q§% G^9§, asf 6 j 

Kangala bidaya Q%.9lff— living food, cloth^and j 
^Mft TCTfa cash to the needy and beggars. ! 

■ QlGNQG^pe — GQ. Q—g8«il <§ QSW «IIQ«< GQ9I — 
Kangalabhojana Feeding of the poor beggars, j 

^dicm&a— GQ. §3 — ^ 1 qgnq a$— j 

Kahajia 1. Poorly, like a beggar; beggarly. ■ 

^tMl^ 5 [ QQr—2/Poverty stricken; needy. 

^R5T * I SiWQ-eS.CPVa Pig*— 3. Destitute. 

JSa,ngalim 1. Feroal^ beggar, j 


u. 


j*t*tf^ ■> I QiGf lfi> ( GQCt ) 

^Mf^fT " 2. Kangala ( See ) 

QlOIQl— GQ. 9 6 WT-TQiGMO ( GQ« ) 

Kangaji Kangala ( See ) 

.€NCH$«1— GQ. 9. 6 M. ( ^1 ) — QlsriOCn <GQs() 

Kanaiuni KSngaJinl ( See ) 

OIGMq^l— 91. Q. 4 Q<3. qj— Q|GMO?3 ( GQ3 ) 
Kfingaluni Kangalinl ( See ) 

©ISP — GQ. 9. ( 3. Qg» ) — 
*~ *>- 

Kangu 1 I 9fif^lQij W OIGiq ^10 91 Sign— 
^1^ 1 . A kind of grain. 

*T3# ? ^3R^ > 1 q^iqqi^q €ii«i!Q€si=a (G^iiateia TO) 

?f. QQsl^— 3^C{; -2. A subclass amongst barbers. 

^ 3- ^ kind of pulse; a leguminous 

^W w seed which is split up .and 

cooked as (Jal. 

v I <© g^iQ Qtero — 

4. A kind of wild fruit of a creeper. 
OlffQ— GQ. 9—^. I 9l£f^«» ( GQ^a ) — 
Kadgura 1. Kangu 3 ( See ) 

? I GQGQ. (fff) ^— QICJ3 ( GQ3 ) 
2. Kafigula ( See ) 

QI££Q™giGQ. ( Q9QI0 6 GOT )— QfSf * ( ^ft ) 
Kfiigula K5ngu,3( See) 

WCJg^GQGQ. (m) Q.- ( STL ^^ )-, 

Kangula 1 I ^ GQ/a^lQSi GSWfify Qigpia,- 
^ 9€«I«-^L A kind of wavy filigree 

■:*iytT work of gold a*nc( silver jwellery. 

J \ G < 5»^ft=9«?SSt9G»WI©«.00,Q|g^— 
2. A wavy sort of battlement. 

, ^iSJRI^— 3 . , .Ornamental ; ^tJij;ea<l-work 
. wo^en. oi^ : ^he horder of a, woniaiijs cloth. 


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oo c<ai«$a. gqg9-<j qwc^tee© ^909 soev eg? w aid gaiacs q£q sass > a * ©$q 94 9i wsiq% so miotic w i aai— *aia' 9 
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4. Elevated structure on the ramparts of 

a fort. 

giota graiQ gi9ie«i ©gist 9icrqe« ws gigs- i 

9^9ia. coaqfliq^ I 

5. Loop holes in the walls of forts. 

69. '9. ( e. 9G*J>— 916^* ( 69«t ) 

Kaagu 3 ( See ) 

SIGglQQI— 69. W-QIflfiaap ( 69$ ) 

Kangulapaka Kangulapaidi ( See ) 

©ICfaQ^— 69. 9«l— *§>69 QIGgJ 91 29 e^9f (^ ! ^)~ 
KangulSpaidi ( cloth ) Having wavy or orna- 
mental border. 

0IGK3 99©— 69. 9— 9l«tJ €93 ) 

Klngula hararda Kangu ( See ) 

$l«L«0«— 3169. (699S1S&) 9— 69!©9a!Ql— 

KingusiSli Fox. 

«IG^9Q©— 69. 9— 9IO^* ( 69*3 > 

Kangu hararda Kangu 3 ( See ) 

9IGGM— Si€9. (9«IQ) 9,— SiGfdi (69<3) 

Kango TanganS (See) 

$19—3. 9. (90 ai^=©9©9 QQ9h 9$0 9Q9t + 
Kacha 993. a)— * 1 9I& 6 fllQ% aq ^631369 
^t*5 6JS£S S$ 29m — 1- Glass; crystal. 

-> i 91008; ^}96a<a — 

2. Name, of a transparent stone; crystals 

of quartz. 

[ 9— qQS9ia S£GQ OlO^L^aQ? G9IQSIQa§ | 
fllOlO qQSI^ §^169 910 3H9GQ «9Qft $J69 I 
a$98 «ooo pg agq> QCJ9IGO 9i©9 9h99IQ 
9\§t%Q$i 1 a*®$69 «8, '(*) *I08 9IS9$«$G^ 
fli99«l° ^iQ°; (;) 2II9GQ a9Q€ll^ll OTi 9103638 
^JJW !■■(•) tt^lflQ G99h93£69 99, 3990 6 
WW 5$$ai§>, 9loai§> 6 $f9ai$6Q 69919 
Qa€9€ias r'91© : g|Q 91 81^3% SgO 69Q?{9I9 

• '-wwgoM 9Gft i 'CTW'^iwweQWQ 6ft«ii as, 


Slflf 9 91^1^0 q^^TQ OiI^Q 9il«hl6Q » 

'9io'Q ^G.^'a a© i ] 

* I 60pG^€t9G€l«; QSja G^JCI— 
3. A disease of the eye. 

v | CK?q i 03*3— 4. Wax. 

* I $f 9# Q90 — 5. Black salt. 

9 ) S9i, ^91— 

6. A contrivance of ropes for suspending 

things from a thatch or roof- 

G9. 9-— <. I ^lGQ9 9IQGQ 8^91 9106>5q €ICT|— 

1. Glass bangle. 

? I $1GQ99IG9 9I©GQ Bwiai^QSi^aoqfiQ — 

2. Bangle. 

SI69- («l8lfl) 9.-910%^ G9I9Q— Bottle. 
fll69- (^Rqp) 9. — G99QIQ 9^69 9h9§9 
9IQ 9Cl«fl ?^ll — A small cloth for an idol. 

QIQQSU— 69. 9. — 9QSQ 6«lfi» — 
Kachakat^a 1 A tortoise shell. 

^fW«1 > i 3399 ©99 a§~ 

^g^*| 2. Whale bone. 

• I 999% S|9 9WJQt 91519 g9f- 
3. Vulcanite. 

[g— «36Q G«99l Sg9 §< I ] 
91© Qiao -69. 9.— ag, £9,919^1 aoi^iq QC1* 
Kacha kagaja G9IQ?19I 9I€)9; Ifoa 9199— 

^f5^W Sand paper. 

^f ^RTOt [g— 091 9lO 6 ai^gQI £I1£$ 9Q9IG9 
9s9?9 §<1 I 
9!O9l<^C0 — 69. 9^1. .(affnCjQQtfl) — ^ I 99^1^— 
Xachakachua 1. Muddy* 

WTO J I G«!,9IQ9I^ 90Q 91 4(1^91^91 — 

H^ti$3ft 2. Hard or jarring like raw vegetables- 

when chewed. 

* I §9 «; «9I— 3. Slimy; slippery. 
■* I ^Qft«l — 4. Wet; damp. 

91969^69. 9<3. (?T- 9l^69Q^)— 

Kachakendu ^9^91^9 0% 8$ a©*» (99) — 

y f^^W M Very transparent (water) 


9*9 9§ €99! 


Q 


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919 


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$. fif G£( SIQiqg 9$ 89^19 91 GgWjugg 9§ 


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919 99 S99I— €9, 9. (91991 <$ fiftQfflgK? 3Q £14$ 

Kacha bajra heba «fl«ll«pQg )— wtftQ wi qq 

gft <j^ 3*31 ai$g qqqj (qjoroqioqr 9I9G9 919 ?{9I 

^ *TrETTC Tim gaQIQ ©9) — 9I9G9 919 ©Ogl^ 

€991 Siai© ©Q9!» ^91 91 21§2 G9I9 

9§9I — The continuance of a woman to 

have her husband alive so long as 

she lives. 

9i9fl§— q\ 9. (919 + gg) — v i 919 aa QaogsGM— 

Kachamani 1. A kind of glass-like mineral. 

J> I W% fl«fSl£9 — 2. Marble. 
9I93l€)9l— GQ. $ — G99%999^ 9I9IQ 9§9I ©fl€9 
Kacha mariba qOTlQlO^iq CiqiQGQ QSJ £>§3(9I 

fllQ 99 9$9I 91 G£TI@9I— 

To. make an incision with a sharp 

pointed glass for the purpose of 

• bleeding. 

919816)— 69. 9. (ST. 919 + 9191)— SIOGffl© (G9«) 

Kachamaji Athilamali (See) 

9l9fllS>£U— 69. W.— 63 9l9fllQ§$ai<] — 

Kachamalia Wearing glass beads. 

9199 — £. M. (^»Q«9 + OQai$—909 9Q9I4-§|9. 
Kachara si ; ^ glQ^Q tf 9l' *13)— alsQ^— 

Yellow. 

9IQQ— 69. 9. 9!.— 1 I GaQ*fllG9 910 9i93iq 9Q£}— 
Kachara 1. Dealer in glass bangles. 

(9IOq«fl— $1) * J 1 G9€hGS«il^ TO9633— 

^l4TOT 2. A caste dealing in metal wares. 

[§— <KIIG9 §^9 6 9°S! 91399 693IQ 99§'l] 
9i€J— 6969. 3169. (9§9) QS1. (ai, 991j— 91!- 

KaohS Eaw; unripe. 

Q\% 9€9©— 9169 (9g9) 9-— QQ9— 

Kacha nar^her Young op immature cocoanut. 
9iq$9— 69. gki. (9i©+a$Q) (9^ga^qgi)— 

Kachantaka 9l9«JLflq 9©9I filgqg qsnq©9 99- 

a9ia96as: caw— 

Fluorine (which eats into glass) 
9I«— C9; Q.— 91© (69<30 

•KSehi Kachhi (See) 

ei€> (ai$)— ST.— £?9I69 ^QQ9l^ 

KSchi (root) To suspend a thing; in a Sika- [ 


©(©SO— 99. 9. — 9lfi«l (G9«0 

Kachia" Kachhia (See) 

9I€>%€> 6aiQ9l— 69. 3.— WI9%gJQ5iq6a9f GaiQQI* 
Kachikuchi dhoiba To wash clothes thoroughly 
W&fCS 3*1 dean.. 

r- 

9I€>9— ST. 961 (91© 81^99169 ^Q9l + 9& ©)— 
Kachita 391G9 Q«H9Q^91 — Kept in a sus- 

pended contrivance of ropes. 

9I€M— 69.$. (ff. 99 ai%)— t I 9^q Migf 9ft a2iQ 
Kaphiba qi eft I qq G q 91G9Q9I — 1- To dash 
^tBl eloth repeatedly on stone or wood * after 

^TWT moistening it with water for the purpose- 

of cleaning, 

•> I 9%i9 aeJQSQ at m\ 90. GaiQ9i — 

2. To wash clothes. 

eg ^ q?aqeQ «)©§ 9gs? i 

91^91^20— S9. 9«l— 9iO91QJ0 (693) 

Kachukachua Kachakachua (See) 

9l©§— G9. 9— Ga^a§>9i 99 99 <$§. q.q.gl^' 

Kachuti Large tape-worms coming out of the- 
C#g^T intestines with faeces; the round worm. 

9!9^IQ^—GQ. , 2I (Sj9H<«J9Q«t)— 911 t\$® ®& (3211 — »1, 
Kachumachu 9iqS>)G^9IQ9IG9 Qqq ^99|Q9 — 
^^ ^^ Jarring or rough soun(f produced by 
^^ ^^T chewing raw and hard fruits. 

9IGQQ— siGQ. (gaciqa) §— Gaiq^ sn9^ a^ti— 

Kachera Udder of a beast, 

9IQ— 69. 9— 918 (G93) 

Kachchha Kachha (See) 
9lfi4l— G9. 9— 913 (G9«l) 

Kachchhata Kachha (See) 

9is— gq 9. (sr. 9» 6 9eat)— Ci a^ asat qgtIw 

Kachha a^atff 9^; 951^ Gat $9— 1. A small 
^t5l piece of thin coloured cloth for wearing;. 

*^i, fT^I^ small piece of dhoti. 

cjo 0^ a&gj, «sle« <a* olo «ia 1 ©a<4ia. Qfl^o l 

> 1 els (gq«) 

2. Kachha (See) 


HJ»« 


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'c«jGfteicac: 


^ca'eeQ «S9 <i g«ie9i«ea » forces? sq§ so qiq aeiwcfl o§"q «w j si t ©$q <?tf « fliaiq§ eo.caieMs w.J oai— 


«I9*I— G9. 9—91$ (g9«) 

Kachhata Kachha (See) - 

^itffl^W.' 9. *<$.. ggsisqi)— 9i& (g9«o 

Kachhati Kachha (See) 

Kachhar Cow's udder t 

flig— 69. 9. ($.— «»)— flSfliMr .QWlA CWjirV 
" Kachha QQt1 — Strip of cloth worn by athletes 
^sfifl round the waist and tucked over the 

*KU4I, ^^T private parts. 

[5— <9I 969131 W <9 «$IQ £m< G9I<3% 

' q«r^9 <§69i& aw 1 $69ieii°si giq Sq coqo 

91g9lg— flIOT- (G9W11Q) 9*1. (50 *'. 9I&91©)— 

K^achhakachhi a© ©Qt9$lj SQ9fcj QQ9Q3 

©9t9$jl — Contiguous; near be 
each other. 

9lg}€J©QI— 69. $ — 9!3 GlftSl (69*) ■ 

Kachha bhirjUba' KSchha mariba'(See) 

qiq ^»i^GQi : ^.*H*|flKW ■jaQ'oacc^fliaQi— 

Kachha mariba" To tie a kSofeba" or strip of 
■^\$\ srfat cloth tightly round the ^vaist and private 
sfilSra^TTT parts (as worn by athletes). 

$tg— 69. Q— 913 ^ ( GQ«I )— # 
Kachhi • Kachha 1. (See) 

G9. a (gioW—qSaiQj 699q,699 q3— 

, At close quarters; hand to hand. 

«lfia— CQ. S— 9181 (69<a)— 

Kachhia Kachha" (See) 

$}§%§ 699I—G9. "5* — ©I© GWl (CM) — 
; Sfehhikuchhi heb5 Kachhi heba (See) 

$^F^G9. 5* (sr. 99)— v i 9i8i §wij 9121 q§>9i— 

Kachhiba 1. To wear a kachha 

K :■ " ? . • : ; &. or strip of cloth tightly over the 

private parts. 

-> I 9<2 9% 9^91—2. To wear a small piece 

of cloth. 


3. To wear a cloth tastefully. 


Wl ^QSSQi 9W QftOlft OQ 9!£- 


9<?9Qh- ecaigo^ ^ ftlo 


1 Qlg G@0i-G9. 9 — 1 1 (Gglt «Jjfilt Q© €l*31Qq) QS1|0% 

Kachhi heba GWI— 3 .. (a small cloth ) To sit 

ffHStart tight OT er a large body. 

" ^ I 9181 9^Q Qfiwa 9^[§ Q9Q9 sjqi^ 

g^^>l— -2. To wear a cloth tight. 
*iS G$IQGQ ^1 Q9 ®Q 0^*— ^S^9- A9IQQO. TO | 

:» I $a ^10. Q?l ^91 

3. To wear a cloth by tucking it down and 
* up round the private parts 

: qi§— G9. q'. : te- Wj SL Q - Qi^— ^i^)— 

: Kachhu *% SlS«B 6q«; q«q4 ^9l£p ^ 9^ 
^f»l • <3jgjl — Itches; scale. 

; Q\Q®— G9. W. 9!. (tf. ©%Q)— 9l§6^€i9Cf^|— 

Kachhua Attacked with itches; suffering from 

«!$rafrrm itches. 

. (Q1€Q«; ■©!€««— 41) 
Ql^^gSO— G9. ©. (^90Q €19 ) — og^qei — Itches; 
Kachhu kundia painful eruptions on the body. 

.^pfgwf% [ 9— qi^gq gp 6 cai §o, Q19 q§^D 

Q\%<$$ SOfl— G9. Q.— Ql§^t3^ (G9S1) 

KSchhukundiana Kachhukundia (See) 

9I$%-G9. Q.— 91Q| (G9«) 

Kachhuti Kachuti (See) 

OlftQ— €9. M.*q?. («t- 9§^)— '91§«fl (G93) 

KachhurS Kachhua (See) 

: QISaQOI— G9. §. («r. 9§)— fiJCii^ Qgfll^ @^9I— 
Kachheiba To wear a cloth by tucking the end 
<Ptfe|}|tal down the private parts. 

j. Qiea Qied— a i69. (gw^q) 3. w. ( sl q - ^ , - 

! Kachhekachhe qigs QIGS )— 0IG«l QIG^ ^© 

^q^qu— Besides; by the side of. 


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; Kachheta Kachha ( See ) 


-«l€8f — G9. 9- 

Kachheti 
'9IG8&— G9. 9- 

Kachheni 


913 ( GQ« ) 
Kachha ( See ) 

*. I 918 C G9«t ) 
1. Kachha ( See 

-> I Q^SL 199 %ca 8$9IQ q©— 

2. Fashion for wearing a cloth elegantly, 

"OIGeQ— SIG9. C 3*1,919 ) 9— 912$ ( G9«i ) 
Kachher -Kachhar ( See) 

-QI9— S1G9. ( W&§& ) 9- (*. QI&3 §«. 8- 919)— 
K3j 91^ 9U&— Work. 

*9IQ— G9GQ. Q. (Q°. 9S{t9 )— <* I 9§te>Q Q9Q GQQ 
Kaja' 9g flQi ©SlGQ 399 91 QQQigGQ 92JQ 9!§>2I! 
V|S? GQ!Q 910 9Q9 9qaiQS19l SI £1 — 1. Cause- 
list way made on a road for passage of rain- 
water. 

J I (Efl. 9IQ)— G9I9I3Q &9 — 2. Button hole. 

giG9. (BB9) 9— «9g9l9 9G9R — 

A kind of aquatic bird. 

[ 9— <$\QQ aiSfGQ $91 ai9 QSQ QI©Q G9§l% 

QI 9ft <5HQ £^£} I «91Q<? GCI1Q Gftl 6 21« 

q°si a^ set 1 <siiG9 £©ai9 i ] 

"9IQ69!t— G9G9. ;(Q°)-9— Gat G4* ©^ G^l9 

Kajakota ^QQ^i 9q,Q 9^91 99I69 G99I9 

^|«rc^l^ $€^9£J — A court of small causes; 
*$t& <$Ic[T3Er, small cause court. 

9l9fe9l?afl— Q^i 941—1 J Gilt Gflt ®6$ Ggtilq 
Kajakotia flQQfll $$1$ — 

^tet^ilS^I 1. Relating to or dealing with court 
4inp£)l£4|T of small causes. 

J I 9I9G9I* TOI99GQ 69IR9 9%^9I— 
2. Practising in small cause court. 
*9I99§— G9G9. 9. (9CWR «9) (ffl. 9l9 + a|1)— = 
Kftjapati <Jg[Q .GSIQ* $$3© a?GQ G9IQIST 

srtB^it ciwi aicT ggaiQ G91Q ai-<i— 

•'^RW5t A strip of cloth in a coat in which 


a row of button holes are made; 
button-plate of a coat or shirt. 

9I9Q— gj. 9. (Qqq) {%, 9§a)— 9W; -G9pi«9— ' 
Kaijara * * Collyriuro. 

919^— giG9. (CWfflgS) 9-9SQ; S9$>I819— 
K »i al Collyrium. 

91©— G9G9. ( SUQS1 ) 9 — 

Kaji ^ 1 ggaqiQ ^^Q a Q_ 

^tw 1 . A Mahomedan Magistrate or Judge. 

*fc» «ifl a«eCi 9|&. Qiq ag>e« qj© — o«a 1 

9h§— 2. Registrar of Mahomedan 

marriages. 

[ 2— 9twiGft q«fli9 sjqQGQ er^wiq 6 

G9fl91 SJQ£| 39IQQ 5l99fllCII9 ^C^Q 9^GQ ! 
Q°q«> 9fli»GQ ^SJG?I <15H9QT £>9tGQ QQQ9II9 6 
^M\9 $$>m\$> QQQ^qi G9Q^Q I 9^fll9 9191 
, £K? fijei G9iQSlg l ] 

SIG9. ( Qilfl ) %. < e. 9rai )— I I 91531- 31^1 
Q^Q9 — 1. Village Magistrate (in Ganjam) 
> I G)i?3Q 9Q^1 — 2. Village accountant. 
9lfflG9lt— G9. 9. — (Q°.99jG9lt) — 9l9G9lt (G9«) 
Kajikota ^ajakota (See) 

Kajikhana Registration onice. 

391 91&3I9Q9I3 9SIWI9 GQ©qift 9^ 3l^q l] 

919 ©giQ -G9G9. 9. («0. 9I^ + QOTI£T)— ^ I G^JtlS«lll 
■ Kaji nisapa q,^ ^^q. qgg^ $$l$tell — 

^ifsrftbN 1. Rough and ready handed justice; 

^RT^f^raTK summary justice. 

-■■■ [9— qG^ 9! fll€9 e«lltl€«lf' 9«19 9ft 9919 
Gift 9%flG^ I 9^319 .aQRQWWQ 3$l® WO.^. 
^fljaiq «^IGQ fl99fll 9^Q G9^ 9 gq I .] 

> I -fl§a9 ^9990-1 9^Q— "■■:-'. :^ ' ;.: 

2. Unreasonable exparte trial, ; , 


qNWWft 


( w*/ ) 


Qii^ewo- 


QiaiQ* Gq£9 aaa qtiQQ 9©o <. ©90 asast 4 wi <$• > ©^a»ao 4 sum *wgq gGQQ oat «q§ sis' 1 boo? «. vi > otfo eol^g stf 91 qiffii^ 

•QIC' fl ©GQ *«tf MlfiC^ '$»' C 9 ©GQ *£a CQto ^ 9 CHQ3* *<?»^ 69«G<?; 'a&l* 9 0IQGG* 'ajfij' GQSgVJ'kGito' S? OtQGQ 'sWg' GQ#G9 I 


Kajjhichara 9l©S>g(Q (GQfll) 

Kajinis^pa (See) 
91© §£lf$|— GQ. 9,— QI©QgiO (GQ<a) 
J£aji bujhamana Kajinisapa (See) 

©t©q©— e§eQ. 9. (a)— 9i©q s4— 

Kajiyati The post of a Kaji. 

QIGJj-GWQ. (0^£ll9— Caju) q. — £^-| g^ 

K*J U QQISJIH (GQfll) 

fe«rPnM^ Cashewnuts. 

9|TS;^T^ Anacirdum occidental. 

91^9*— GQG9. (G%GilS>, 9I£> 6 Q°. ©^) Q— 

Kajunat 9I9I«Ni 2JCIGQ 39! Gg£ «M, SB^QQ $|qa 

<*tol*iRk q£ — Cashewnut. 

9H^ [g— 49! flwq 391 GQ^ee €1^GQG9 

GQI§> 6 €£<qQI QQ 4181$ |] 
9IG0§— G9G9. (qifiiq q«|)Q. (qioq ^ 9q— $g 

Esjupati + Eja-qg-qg ^^> — <QBigc[ q$K» 

^*fl apqg ^s— Cajput tree. 

*Hf J?ft Melalenia leneadendras (Haines) 

[g— o qg acyaai, sir£J $a<j1a 6 gaga, 
SI9I, tfQaiw qtagsGQ QQ% OQIQ a$q.SQGQGR 
TORfqSI 9Q QIGS <]Q» <ig^ <I$£Q!Q 9|qg| G©Q 
©^ $<J ; <Q qSo G99 6 €1$T 9QQGQ ^i^g 9GR 
Q99R §4 I qQ©9^Q Q9il9GQ <l €1Q QQQQ 

• Rai^ as^ i] 

91099— G9G9. ( S|Qs^j<a| ) Q — QlSJCIf ( G93 ) 

Kajupati Kajupati ( See ) 

9l9^f — G9G9. ( fllfl^ ) 9— 919,0? ( G93 ) 

Eajiaputi Kajupati ( See ) 

9l€?q$— G9G9. (flia^) § — VIS?JJ ( Wl ) 

Kajuputi Kajupati ( See ) 

-Eaje Eop. 

0»-«4»/*. ( «. QIO )— *IO ( GQ« ) 

KSncha; Kacha (See) 

KalTcLana • ^ ( f§^-l. Gold. 


2. A kind of red and white flowered tree; 

Bauhiiiia. 

* I ^^5; W — 3. Wealth; property, 
v | O^IHTR — ^- The champak flower 

( Michelia champaha ). 

* I 951SIS)— 5- Yellow orpiment. 

6, A kind of yellow paddy. 
9 I QlGCia& CIS — 7. The Nageswara tree.. 
r I QQl ai^SI— 
8. Thorn apple ( of the violet variety ). 
e. W. ( 9W+a )—X I rtflEJ— 1. Golden. 
} I qj 91 9ietg$>#9ll%— 2. Yellow coloured. 
9I899S9— «t- 9 ( ^a^GQOi; 9ITO@?Q ^?§9 )—^ 
KSnchanakataka ^ | ^lJQqrl^^G€I^ — . 

1. A kind of gold ornament. 
> I ^Qrli $ TO — 2. Ceylon. 

CQOO 9I3Q9S9 913 (9QG<a§ 9.Q aa)— 

Q!S- GffGQ<aieKpQ|g | 
OiaflQQQ— e. Q ( £<il Q% ©IliO + QQQ )— 
Kafiehanakandara %$$£{ — Gold mine. 

Qia^QQ— ST. 9 ( $lfff+3Q )— ^ 1 «LGfl^oq»0— 
KOTchanagiri 1. The Sumeru mountain; the 

sacred mountain on the north, 

* I ^S^ a^Q— 2. Golden mountain. 

3. Name of a high peak of the Himalayas. 

9I8Q$q?q— $. q^i. qf (Qa9© Q^yiog)— lai^iQ ^wq 

Kanchanagaura Q^ ^QIEIQ— Having a golden 

(SWGOte!— «tl) complexion, 

Kanchanachampa eg — The yellow champaka 

flower. 
9l999Cfl— €9. Q ( ST. 9IW 6 acp )— SfliaqQ Q^ 

KaHohanajanga €lcfQQ€ig — Name of a high 

peak of the Himalayas 
91TO©fiM-— G9. Q— QISGWI (GQ«1) — 

KarichanajingS Kanchanajanga (See) 

9i«Mn«— w. q— ^© ep?? ?{9i aiQ ; 910 aiQ— 

KaSchanathSli A large plate with a high 

' or raised ritn^ 


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rim. 

KaTTchanamali r, | 9^ — 1. The newly risen sun, 

J I 3£H — 2, The sun. 

9119*491— s.q (9l$9+W)j(9§9qQ|)— $$%qi g<5« 

KaHchanalatS G0fQ9gli qeilCrl 3,1 — A poetical 

expression used to a fair complexioned 

female. 

9l$G<a©9l— S. 9-9W0I (C9«n— 

Kanchanalatika KftnchanalatS (See) 

Qificn— e. © ( 91*9+3.1- $)— ** i wjij scwi— 

KaTTchani 1. Turmeric. 

5 1 q&flq $9 — 2, A kind of tree. 

Q5j|gj — 3 . A yellow colouring matter 
found in the body of cows; a yellow 
matter found in the gall bladder of kine. 
St. 9<SI— #!$ StfWSll— 0f golden colour. 
9I8Q— 9169. 19KWQ) Q-^QiQ. <S9<3l)— 

KSticharS Kamsari (See) 

KSfichala QQGQ 9§9£ G$aq> QIG9* §®$-^ 

^W»fa, ^N» *ft 1* Tight half jacket worn by 

females over ttie forearms and 

. breast; a woman's bodice. 

ji ( ■*. 9*£ )— stras©— 

2. Scale of a serpent. 

* I G®S* W Q§91 €W$ ClffiQ GUt 991 — 
S. A small earthen cup or pot for keeping 

oil etc. 

-•MM*— W. 9.— WW! (eW) 

Kaoliald KSffishalS <See) 

,«H|— c ft. <9©p aift—999 -9Q9i$ qsaiQQi+ww. 

KaHchi Q)— t I <3Cf9££1l Bfllispij SM&I; 9S%3 ; 
£3IO — 1. Waist-chain with tinkling 

bells; Zone; girdle. 

^ I (+9$. «)— SROQ Qft^W€ia*€IW€« 

( <91Q W99 9W 9» 6QQS )— I 
Name of a iown now called Canjeeveram I 

m 99 


the capital of a former king of Karnpata 

in the Deccan on the banks of the 

Kaberi river. 

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flIW. ( GWSimj SL Q - ^- «l€>1 ) 9.— 
t. I 9Q*© i 995] — 1. Scissors. 

* I ( Wl$ ) ©.— 9IQ; fl|«Q 9$ 391— 

2. A small earthen cup. 

* I (*W,Rg$) 9- — <9 ETIO QfttB ^GOQ — 
3. One half of a cocoauut; 

ooooanut>-shelL 

9i|«D— aiG9. ( aieafi) 9«— 

KaHchig \.| S«J9li 9^ — 
» 1. Jiulticoloured. 


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2. Having patches of different colours on 

the body. 

3. Brown; grey coloured; 

i; ■ v I aqiQGQ Ml QQSSqj— : 

'"•!■' 4. Ha ring patches of albino on the body; 

' albinous. 

; * I QI94 ( GQGt ) 

5, Kalicha ( See ) { Haines ) 

, . KaBchikanchia Curled; curling. 

.©HfOIGOQ-^- GQ. 9. ( <&\ QlGO^l Q<5i QQGQ WS 
, Kancbikaben §1QI^ <]§ 013 ) — Q\% ( GQS ) 

Kanchi ( See) 
!;9li«l| GS»QI— GQ.^, (sr. $%€>£>)— < I SS9 GOTI — 

Kanchikanchi heba 1. To be curled. 

r i- ■ ' . , , 

' > I $$1© G99I — 

2. To hesitate to do a thing. 
■" l '"' • ' ' * I 'W3i G99I— 3. Not to suffice. 

'9I$QI— &•§— *> i (gwgq GdeaiQ »y« foi^eer— 

Kanchiba l.'To test a dress or cloth'on the 

* '■ body to see if lit fits or is of' proper 

^ length and breadth. 

r .; - . 2. To contract. , - ; 

'jQJfai«>l— *. 9. (Qlt + SIQlI— G>!1 * (GQS ) . . 
- i Kanchimala XjBchi 1 ( gee ) 

Q$a© « €Q ai€Q 39QI i qs^g. Qg^GSIO I 

«ial— «. o— vn ( w« ) " 

: K3nchi Kanchi See ) 

oiilqfl— or. §• (£<1g% Q\&=m\$g>\+q$=Q\Q\)- 

KaEchlguna Q\% k ( 69<S ) " ' 
KaHehil:(See) 

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KafichigunasthSna k ... - : ^?|i|TQ§i£||< )— 

<\m\- Qf— 1. The-traist. - 
• ' - > \ 8^j S)Q^ — 2. Buttocks. 

KaHchldSma '--,>■ 9[|;v ( ; G%^) ■ 
• " : ESflcni > ( See ) 




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Kachuti ( See) 
KatTchala (See ) 
Kaffchala ( See ) 


Earlchipada Qlslq^igiQ ( GQ3 ) 

KarTohigunasthana (.See ) 
9l8t— 0. ! . 9— 9lif ( G9« ) 
' KaMchuti 

J Karlchula ; 

9I^«— OT'. S— ^ISQ ( G9H ) . 
Kanchuli 

9IG9Q— gi. ^— 9t«Q ( GQS ) , 

Ka5chela , .Kaifchala ( See ) 

9JGS^— 91., -9— GISQ ( G9«t ) 

Karlcheli KaUchala ( See ) 

■9l6aJQ — 69* Q— Qt«q ( ©M ) 

^ , KarTcholS KarTchala ( 6ee ) 

eiG«IR-rG9» Q— 9ISQ ( GQ<3 ) 

, .Kanoholi KaBchala ( See ) 

QlffQI— GQ. ( Siote ) £. ( g. 9is yi^.}-^ , 
Kanchhiba f. | gfiQig ^91. m ^ 9^91— r . 
1. To desire; to wish, ' -~ 

v , J I a^jw QQQ| — 2. To ezperience- to f$e\. 

9§saiQ^91 9QQ Q| g^Q— Sediment or 

moss formed at the bottom of a vessel 

if water is made to stand in it for a 

- , ; i-A on E time. 

9tiaa*oi— gq„ ©. («{;. ©«1+wo9;)---qiQffQflw 

Ka^ji aanla <j|Q9d|— The 8th day of the dark 

fortnight of the month of.^fargasi^a. 

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-ia$ah4--) goq .^o4'r G>^q^G» v Q^iG^ft ;-«?( 

oiSto— ot. m. (e. -oilei ■>— < i 03-0^0 ei3 <n< — 

■"" 1- One who takes too much Karljj. 
> \ ©li QQ OTfei- — 2. Acid or sour like KaBji. 

. " ; g^iq ©v«n^ aww ( ©*l )— 

'" i(. ! Addled ( egg );rotteiSt/- 


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( <m — G«IQ'<€0 QQflfl 9l£a S9IQfit£) I ) 
69. Q" 49S?ISl£j S9 ^H— ' ' : " 
• A kind of small fish. 
«9iiai 9i«wl-69G9. 9. (Q^^tQa^Cai^CllQ-r- 
Kanjia haus $|$q =<3Q ( ; EI99 GS©^^ 9QH9I 

■;,*#* it&*r ' "■eaie'^ai^tw^ 9qfl9i -qiq ©9% 

^tfe ^T^f g|p— Kine house; cattle pound. 

-QlsTfiQgQI— G9GQ. Q— 9iat«0 9IQS.( G9«l) 
Kanjiahuda iCanjia haus ( See ) 

•«iio— g. 9. ( g. 9i®1+w£ 9 )"— 9!sl ( ?9« ) 

Kanjika Kaftji ( See ) 

91191- SN 9. ( g. 9l&9-|-eU— Qlftl ( G93 ) 
Kanjika Katvjl ( See ) 

•-«i8©isi20— G9. §— 9QH'£^©lQ£a<^-- 
''' KafTjikaTijia A wild creeper; vitis Aurioulata- 

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' ^ ^gq I <i9i%pio^9i qi^qigq 9Q Qqaic. -C^iQ 

■9iioi§9l— giS9. (6«l€Wi&a99J9.) Q— 
, : j^njikanjika 9i9!W ( _G9«! ) ^ 

■ ; ., : . Kanjikarvjia ( See ) 

-QiBoiileai— saw. ( jwiiaai <$ #9919 ) . q— 

( Kafijikan~j&i& 9li9lfefl ( G9«t) 

* ,. .^Katijik^fijia ( See ) 

(91191©— gq. 9.— %$?g$ 9i,s#Ga$iG9 > MpGQ'.W 

. Kafljigafca , e€l|f 9|© 9l.«ai:-.«€l GS ClIQfllQC? 

, ' * ■ " ■■■flW^ VJ f SQIGQ * €l§| .©ftfllifl" 9&f<9 

9t ; €CH§> 91 QGfi 9 SO© 91 9q£> CJiQ- SIG) 

' qqnq ^flJtecwsKwi g«9I9 ^193919 

G<3& — An indoor game played ■ by 

females by distributing and redistrjftra- 

l ■■•■;■ ^j n g 12 seeds in eaoh of 2 rows of 

7 holes each on the ground or &n a plank. 

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' \* <3tij €Q«I<T «iiq Q«iaw-v aifB^ Gas q^Q wot 

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flQ^qiQflW CJO'IQ ©I9I« «09»q. ^ SQ €!|OGQ 


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"aia^II G9IQ9 <TOGQ »< G«Qi©Q €t|Q ^G9Q1 G9f 

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ceiajft G^.Ga 1 ] 

9lS€ll€>gQ S«ffi— G9. 9--:9li€l!© (CT«) 

Katijigatia khela . / KaHjigata (See) 

9l^alQ— GQ. Q— 9t»OT,fi>GQ GQIQaQl"; *?ISl«iQqqS 
Katijiglta Gilo^GSI^ — A popular song dealing 
with the imaginary travel of Kanji. 
from one house to another. 

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G<39QT ^GQ 2fl«3^ GQQ 6 qg^qrofqT' qi$ ciiQ WQ 

Q2%_S3IQ gl^til 9G.R ffJ^SI ^ G51QIGQ 9Q-8KJQ 

QIQQ I <JgaQ 9f© g9fQq9l fcai§<f QWIflq dl.to'] 

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[g— £T9©8 SI^«lfll9QT ^GQ 9ITO SSS'OQQ 
G^l "sai<l I']' * '" 

'G9!^l^r— G9. Q.— ^Q "QQ^G^ff 9i9 G©i9l§} 
KaKjitordani ( <a5^9l^ QS0?l ^O ) — Stale and 
sour rice water from which katlji is 
• prepared by boiling. 

v ai€i— G9. $.— v i q'iSgqiqi^ (#?«d 

KaTljipSni 1. Kanijitordani (See) 

■ ■ - x I '9§© QQQ Ql§ G019I3GQ SQW 91 flg'GQ' 

fl^GQ aiS} 9aiQ Q«19IQ^QI ^g©' 'fclQI 

ajqi£j — 2. A drink made by diluting 

""' stale rice water with water from time 

to time. 

[ g— 9iSaiS .too 9?si «a|9Q ? . ssii^ip q^ §<i i 

g<^Q 6$)?fl 9ogq 95 . 9*SQ ' TO9R ',9i8sai9 99© 

G9iQ«i© 6 sig99 «n^9^® ' Gqcil^ 9ra5f% 

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9!^ai9 ^1^— G^. 9..— q»sifiiGpGfiJ€jr r jgti3Gci 9if 

KaHjipa^i handi G91Q13 S^g G9IQ TO$S$I 

A handi or earthen pot placed in the cook 

room,, in which sour rice wafer ia stored for 

J • ' ' ' being cooked into kanji in future. 


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EftSjipitikei Katfjigata (See) 

KSHjiharrda KSTijiS haus (See) 

Qjgfc l€}fl— G9GQ. «.— QJia 9IQS (C9S) 

Ktfijihaus Kafijia haus (See) 

Slftl-a. 9. («*—&» qi qL-%jfo+aff^ ait$— cap 

A curry or soup or gruel made by thicken- 
ing sour rice water over fire. 

[5—091 gqqq 6 qq, wiff €9is gQ^eQ 
$aQi<3! 1] 

«l$— CO. Q.— ©ItS* (CW 
Kat Katcnhat (See) 

Katkasut Katkasor \See) 

©i$9^Q-€§CQ- Q.— QUOCfllO (€9<3) 
KStkasur ' Katkasor (See) 

QUtwai€(— gSgq. q (ot. 39©q ©is +993)— 

Katkasor VfllQfiWt WHO© — Ketrenchxnent; 

^lfr^\ reduction, 

SI$$l$— €9. W— Qiqoiq (€9<a) # 

KatkSt . Kathkith (See) 
©i^jft— €Q. 9, (39QQ)— <* i gsw src> seaiap ©qqi 
» Ka^kut QGQShGQ CQ9I $Q€Q flK) %i8Qt- Mig?- 

^lu^u 1- Scoring through old writings by way 

4tlWl£ of correction. 

ffflocnw. asp«aoq$ 1 
> I «^©^ai — 2. Surgical operation. 
CQ. W.— SMITOla flRQQI 691QQ9I (OM) 

CISQ? C9IQ'S[9I (Gfi^)— Scored through 
and Corrected (writings) 

Katchhal; 91391. q$QQ 91391 <§ a 4T9! ; 9I?9»— 

*4<ajf?i ^ 1 coi^io «jqq QGtfi ; g^i €99i^ ©cr — 

1. Cut; mode of cutting ( of dresa ). 


J I ^iQ- QI^Q — 2. Form; shape. 

( aai-gQid Q\%$n s^q 1 ) 

* I 2lfi}9 ^110941 — 3. Final recast, 

•* I €959% q,QOQQ— 4. Mien; gait. 

* 1 3Q€|» 9£|» — 5. Cast; fashion. 
$ I Old taQ QlfQiQ OR — 

6. Cutting of a pot herb; pruning of a 

potherb.,. 
5> I Ol^t ( GQ<9 ) — 7. Katkut ( See ) 
r I QI^QtfHQ ( CQ«! )— 

8. Katkasor ( See ). 

1. Cut or reduced in various ways. 

> I Q%m G9IQ 9^0— 

2. Finally recast. 

Katchhat kariba ©aq^ (^_g|^ Q|f qi— 

*ft4|l»«l 1. To cut cloth to suit it being - 

^>a^H ^tT done up for a dress. 

1 I QftflLt W g ^° ©Q9I— 
2. To revise ( a writing ); to recast. 

* I 9^ VQ9I — 3. To dimimish; to lessen the - 

size; to curtail. - 

Katchhant KStobhSt ( See )? 

9JiaV-9i€Q. ( -9UMS ) W. %1 ( ^- 0^G» )— 

Kat^I 9^€©^QI€l«l ( <l )— ( * woman ) >^ 
Making retrenchments in expenditure. 
«l*©-^§CO- Q. ( «. Ql^l ) — a<£N 5Q1WQ 9©IQ€Q ! ' 

KStti ©^ — Sale; consumption; ready disposal 

<Jit?& of a commodity; ready sale in the market. . 

Ol^oi— fli€Q. ( «W,ftlQ ) $— ©it«i ( €*?« ) 

KatnS Ksiana ( See^ 

«^«a— C9€^. ©• ( Q°. 9^ie«ia )— 

Xltlag t. I q.g©IO!Q <?l ^§©<55l€tQ ^g© Qft±. 
^Ttfetrn ^JQ Oi^WI — 1. Catalogue of books in 

feST&C a library or bookshop. 

J i Q§JQ Ql €Qi«IO€Q $91 KfclQQ ^ QI^QI- 
2. Catalogue or price list of commodities-. 

in a shop or store;- 


91* 


( **99 ) 


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Kata t. 1 pj W |. q^ ^ (i GW |— 

*% ^1H 1. Act of catting. 

W J I OTQ 91 €I|Q 2119 QlfQIQ 2JQ— 
2. One cutting of a crop. 

( sell— arci 919 wiaQiajg * 91s siq^ i) 

* I QG& — 3. Daily supply; contract for a 

daily supply of necessaries; regular 

daily supply. 
** I Sigeis — 4. Likeness; similarity. 

( S2ih- ©I 9ltG9 GQ9 3«>G9 9lg I ) 

* I «I19R — 5. Shape. 

? I €QI9|ffQ ©$<a ^aSQ G^I G9IQS19I scaq^ 

9SI89I sjgpflj 53191 OT9 G$&l^ fllc^ 

Q£ff£ll<l — 6". Amount to be deducted from 

the market price of a commodity when 

• itjfe purchased for cash. 

9 I ©q». aQei; A9I9— 

7. Cut; mode; cast. 

r I Qtil 9Q9I; 9SIQ91— 

8. Diminution; curtailment, 
ti I CtO^ ClQgl— 

9. Cat or make of a thing. 

V° l aein, 9%|9GQ 91 fl» ©IQ91GQ fai €910- 
^91 GQ! — 10. Noted price; catalogue 
price of an article offered for sale. 
IX I SQG%Q 5 qgffltfll — 11- Beheading. 
( aai— qj^GQ Gq€9 01* giiqqgr i ) 
^ I ^L©^^ GQSGQ MS €3191091010* 

«oci%q 9!W 9««99i $<?i — 

12. Money advanced to the vendor on a 
contract to supply things at a fixed rate. 

AGS! G£9I q^GO ^»ffl1 Q!§^ G9I3I91 QQO 
€>S| 9Q9I <%Q — I 3 ' The making oyer of 
a milch cow to a cowherd on condition 
of his supplying a fixed quantity of 
milk or price there of^tojthe owner for 
h -■■- .^ a fixed period. 

14. KataJcLhirgiha (See) 

£JIG9..(g9SJ» $>.— <2i$ (CM) 

Khaiudi.(See) 


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gi€9. (sw,ft4Q) 9«sr — «9 qti oe#9 (q&a), si^ 

9*€> ^IO G9G* — Eight seers of (rice). 

91*9091—69. $V- <. I Q$m 9$9!; gQ$9S>q99%Gff 

K5$a karibS 9i9<?W[ 9g e ^ 9 ^§OI%2#?f 

QlfiT OJJGQQI— 1. To contract for 

a regular supply of an article of 

daily use, 

> I acQ9q$K QQiaQ GgdlQqci sicjsiigq q$ 

aWi 9Q GQ^GWI— 2. To settle and mark 
the rate of certain articles (e. g. coconut.) 

[3 — W9I9 atft$ ©9«o tokkwiigq 9tG9 

#G9 <9$> g*?09 9$ G3 9^ aief 9©«rc*- 91* 
9Q$ 1 ] * 

91* €11091— €9. §— *. I 9Q§Q G99I; Ml G991— 
Kata khaiba 1. To be beheaded. 

(saai— qg^ 3K£GQ qj^ «aq^iGQ 91* 

3IQ3[GRl) 
-" I 9§© G99I — 2. To be cut. 

(geii — gqisoi €iici siiq q§> ^q qi^ «j^g^ 9G9 1) 

• iWlOlQW^qia q$l ggjQi sag} ©qq 
9*»99IQGQ ^QIQQI — 3. To bring articles - 

regularly on credit from a shopkeeper* 

91* g©s>i— siG9. (qsi fi«l ) Q— «?9» ^I9^> 6 

Kata chhirdiba <a|©^qiG^ 9§ 9^9 SMGQ 9IQ9IQ 

G9IQ^9I Q^aQQQ 91 q$ §^©9Q9I — 

The settlement of the rate «f the cocoanut 

at a conference of cocoanut traders once in 

a year. 
91* g§9l— SI69- (99 Ml) 9—91*8991 (G9fll) 

Kata chhindiba Kata chhiidiba (See) 

9lt«— €9.9. (^. 9|^gi.9|^ qp.Qt°. 9^—91*) — 
Katana r. | qq^i — 1. Cut; make. 

* I 91191; 9^S>— 2. Cutting. 
fll69. (€19919) 9tf — t I 9^9. QOqg— 

1. Fit for work* 
9 I 9#0; OQSial — 2. Laborious. 

(aai — < eciiQf 9i*«i a§)9 ; < ^«igo ^g 

9I*« I) 
9I*SI — G9. 9.— V I ■9Q9W-9lrf9*(--OT9t l a^9t3§)-^- 
^S^aliS 1, Vegetables chopped ready' for 
~$$\ cooking-*. 

«EI5T~ ^-'1 :9*f9^^^-*2.r Aeb of ' cutting. 


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t ■ ' * I eil©$9^-3. Imprecations; abuses, 

■w I. SjSSI ©!<§©! — 4. Spinning (of thread). 
9J-MII9IMU— 69. 9. (SQQ©; e, 9|©'<S 9^©)—; 
; KatanabStana ©Q©iqi ©Q9I alQ* a§9i 209. ©IS9I 
.*frfo#1 6 G©QQ OT 9IS9I ©$— The 

operations of chopping vege- 
tables and pestling spices for 
f cooking curr y. 

9I*«1— W. $ — ©IGStfl (GQS1) 
Ka^ani Kateni (See) 

9ftCil9 — G9. 9.—* l'G©fa8 G^ei 9919318 9*1,1 91991 
Katapani £iQ6l 99GQ 21Q9§© 9© ; sgq : ■ aigf — 

1. Water consecrated by mantras for 

being used as medicine or oharni. 

j \ QIQC14 saq si&gq 21©^© era awiaiQ* 

QQ&QQ 322991 SIQa<5© ©S)~ 2. Charmed 

1 _ ■ water sprinkled on plants with a view to 

their producing a bumper produce. 

W9.I©— SIN. (a?©!©) Q— ^ l.QSffiaaew 9IWI 6 

Katabachha. 3)3 SilQ 9I§9I— lActsof chopping 

vegetables and cleaning pot-herbs for 

cooking. 
J I $<S>Qia 3$T© ©SI GQ91 6 9® 313 — 

2. Chopped vegetables "and cleaned pot 

herbs ready for cooking 

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9i*Qi$— W. 9- («• 9|©+9$©)— \ 1 Qwief qq^i 

Katabata 91191 6 SSQ 289 9if 91 $£p — : 

The acts of chopping vegeatables and 

pestling spices or sauce for cooking. 

-M.QWia.flg© ©si a§©i 6 941 asQ— 

'. 2. Chopped vegetables and pestled 
spices ready for cooking. 
9&#*^fllG9. (3Q»I©<— S$©lt (•) (G9CI) 

Katabaidi Mundakata (3) (See) 

9**©*- r$. 9» (©t^+q©- a) — ©^©1- TO&©I— 

'SStabya . Harshness. 

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■-:''£|©99 G9S£ 9^GQ £tal<S!£<© ■ ©GO— ' ' 
Daily account book of business. 

: ©Jit— c?C9. -flie9. (aaifl) 9. (q. 919*)— 

Kata v I ©oa$l§Q §91 — I. Bundle of letters. 
J.\ QO© 91©— 2. Post, 
«> l §G9 QIO— 3. One hundred betel leaves. 

©istaifi^GQ. 9. fiwfl) (e. ©i^+^a)— 

Katamtodu gqqiq q^sQ qoaiq— Name of the 
^t^WQ capital of the kingdom of Nepal. 

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;9lS9l§ G@Qt lG9t)— GQ. Q-— QQQ- flyGQ «©©9 
Katikati heba (peta) d|©| G991 91 GQ^ QI39QI — 
Aching felt in the abdomen due to dysentery 
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Ka^alag Ktalag (See) 

Qlfal— 91. Q.—K I ©IGtal (G9«IJ 

KatinI Kateni (See) 

9I?© N — G9GQ. 9- (Q°)— ©IG^6i] (M) 

Ka^in KateuI(See) * 

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\ ^atini. Kateni (See) ' 

9ig©l— G9. 9 ■ (TOlfl) ( £, ©I© 91 ©^©. ( §© ) 
Katiba © u q^ Q o r q^^^,^^ 

; ^1 , ^ I a^i9^iq GOT© ©Q9l ; ©$© 9991— 

1 «6li*ii 1. To cut by instruments; to sever. 

: r (a2JI^©IO 9lf9l1J- 

i -M 9<SI ©QlQI; Q^!Q©i — . 

2. To lessen; to disminish, 

aa«ii eas^ «it «q e« sq*i qicT ai ^9 i 

\ ■ [ * I 91^9991; 91§9lj CTQ^Q G9Q|-^ 

; 1 ^ 3. To be effectual. 

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v I (GQ9 91 ^ff^) al9l<?|^© €991; ©<5j CT©! ; 

^8«l GWI; Q19I G99I— 4 To trouble; 

' '" ■ to give pain; to afflict. 

< * -3«lfl «Q flIQ Q»i§ ^ftfliq 9|»9i.<I GQGO 9ttQGQ,| 

| ( * I -«I«il99r ©©&) ' aswa ©ill ©q qj.9 q^ 
?Q©Ji '<iSQr— 5. To curae; to imprecate. 

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6. To spend or pass (time) 

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5> I (qj»l) 99^ Q3I SDQ^^pl £gQ Q$9I— 
7. To spin a thread. 

(eil9) $$91— 8. To draw; to delineate. 

$I$C3 OQI9I5 GQ$SQ QlfCT — $gS9 S9IQQO. Sff I 

GRGil% QQ G99I — 9- To score through 

(a writing). 

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^l( $.eT*«3 ) S>S> 699% %?l 9I9IQ9Q QIQ 

^$91 — 10. (a spider) To weave a web. 
tA I (9211) QGPOTQI} §aGQ3 SJQSlfGQ 9\%<t 9 

96*91; Q $IS>9I —11- To disregard; to 
* ' disobey. 

■(aai— eg e«ii miq qisgqq ^<roq i ) 

V^ I (9^q»9*) GSQO 9Q91; %%IQ9I — 
12. To break off: or sever connection. 
(saai— qp 9919 G9ffi%G9 «qj? 9<S& 9ISG9GSI l) 

H»* I (gia9l) 9198$ 9Q91— 13, To reject. 
(SJ2II— ' GS €31 a«» 9IIG9Q ^Q€iGR I ) 
<.v I (OlSI) SDG9Q9I 91 §qa QQ9! — 
14. To divide (water). 

\* 1 C9fa§ 9*<^Q giai-91 «l<5ig9iQ aQSItf 
9GI&9I — 15. To diminish the supply of 

one's dues or food. 

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^ I 9!Q G9% OT©9I— 

16, To subtract; to deduct. 

(£2J|— *%» 'sifGSl 9l€» -> QS£9 I) 
<5> I (91ft) 9%Q91j Wl- ' 

17. To crop (hair); to clip. 

(£1211— Q® 91391; 9I« 9IS9I I ) 

tr I 9^<? 9 ^l 'OTI99 W19I— 

18. To perform the work of cutting. 

( saar— .yi9 9i?9i ; ciq ois^i i ) 

<U I ( 9Q6il,^3l 91 3Q9 ) 9»9© CWfc— 
.... 19. To prevail. ; . 


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GQ^9I — 20. To go one's own way; to 

choose (one's way). 

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-Jt I 'SQ 91 ||9IQ) 2IS9IQ91 91 ©9IQSIQQ9I— 
21. To successfully oppose; to intercept 

(a blow)# 
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■-»-> I <9^ g.91 ^9I^Q 9|q. <Q% «Qi 01^ 
qa© 9Q9I — 22. To cut off. 

(saai— <3 »iq^.qis9QQ 2jo.i^q» qi^q^j i ) 

J*> I OQ O^? m 0Q9I; 9%9^ W ^?Q9l — 

23, To make a sound of cutting. 

( saen — ^i gq?^, «»i^8 i ) 

~ j?xi <a«foi..9aift9i— 

24. To lessen the length of. 
(-SJ3I— 91* 9I19I9IQ 9flfliaGQ 991 I ) . 

>* t (giaj n§ 9iq99l ; Q°«Q9€l9l — 25, To bite. 

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>P."l SQG^a 9Q9I; gQQ^] 1 ? 9ft9l — 
26. To remedy. 

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^1%'aiS Qlf G99 I ) 

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27. To finally settle and^iote the price 

( of cloth ). 

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«iig© 9ife«i » ) 

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r .._ --€99^ 9lt 31891916991-28. To supply 
a commodity regularly every day. 

"~>d I ©^91 q§9iq flfl9 Q99I— 

29. To smash an argument by counter 

proposals; to successfully meet an 
argument by counter argument. 

( 3211— aSQ Q53Q 6©W 13919 W9I9 m faft 

«lf G9Gfi^ I ) " : 

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30. To be consumed; to be sold- or 

disposed oft 

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*S I 6>8£Q§© G391-— 31. To b? exhausted or 

spent. 

32. To behead or cut an animal. 
( afiil— Q°eqQ QQ G9G© a*v9l« I ) 

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33. To dig earth by means of cutting 

instruments. 

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34. To have a feeling of pain; to feel pain. 

aqiss qqq fllo, qsf «GQ <ao^ 9|*q cq I 

qawia. s?eQ i 

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35. To avoid a difficult situation. 

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G99I 91 O GQ9I — 
36. To stop a portion of wages or salary. 

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37. To prepare; to paye ( the way ) 

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38. To 1^ destroyed; to disappear. 

W?G£1» » 

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39. To pierce. 

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BKiq.aiGKJjO ©€l 919IQ%QI§ S639I — 

40. To cau^e phlegm and mucus come oofc 
in the shape of spittle or foecus. 

(saai— < 9iQi Qtr «it a«iQ9 I ) 

^ I W>Q G991; aOGgS : ETO ggO G99l^- 
41- To produce the desired effect. 

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42f To d^ess^ jup: the hair. 


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v* I q<39 QQ9) — 43. To assuage. 
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§q^lO — ©If auglQl, Qif G^9!, Qlf GQ9I ? Qlf 

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KatibaankibS 9if9l r ( G9«l ) 

Katiba 8 ( See ) 
0!^— G9. 9 — <. I Q9GQ9q ; TO^Qg — 

Katu 1 . Effecti veness. 

(%®\~< mx§ qQ Q\$J ) 

> I 9flj9 CBQ qoQ Q^G^ 9Q9I9 •aetfll^ 

91 <^Q§ — 2. Eange of a gun- 
( Sieil — A QfiJQQ Ql^o. dO I ) 
SIG9. ( om ) 9— W3 G^QGQ §9 q«| G991- 

91 91© giq Q«ifl9i aqgiqg (GQiateia qq)— 

The stake consisting of cash in gambling. 
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QCIQQ Q1Q. OQ ^QaiG«l 9Q^9I fiJJI— 
The circular iron rim of cart wheels. 
GQ. 9«l— q^l^Oi qqtil; ETOgQ— Effectual. 
Ql^fl — G9. 9 — OIQfiJBIO ®<$ — ^"ainital potato which 
Ka^ua is used as seed by cutting it into 

several parts having eyes. 
G9. Q*n — Qi^9q$9lj Q"ft39 — Effectual. 
91^9^91— €9. S— <. I ETQg9 G99I— . 
Katu kariba 1. To be effectual. 

^ ! WrOgCQ 91991^ QfliGW 9^91 — 
2. To hit the target; to answer the inten- 
ded purpose* 
91^11— G9. Q—K I 391 9I19IG9 «9^3 91 QIM99— 
Katuni 1. Wages for spinning.' 

> \ (i°. & «1) qpl Qf?9l GQ9— 

2. A person who spins thread; spinner. 
€9. 9«l. %V«jfaW SiCh^l ('.^1 )— 

( female) Habituated to calling bad names.. 

abusive ( woman )J 


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Katni ( See ) 

«I6*9— 69. Q. ($• Q|% gi. ff j*»— <* I *|9I 91191— 
Kateni 1. Spinning. 

2. Mode of spinning thread. 

* I Qtl G^IQ^QI %QIQ GQa — 

3. The fineness of thread or yarn spun; 

count of yarn, 

* I ^CllCQ ^IGQIQSPI 3©IQ G9*i— 

4. The fineness of the thread of a cloth. 

* I Ql^fl- @a ^)[ Q|Q-fe — 5. A spinner. 

siOTiGQ qqiq qqq^ 9 g1 ^ 9 GoaQQffHi% 

3GQQ- %2\ — 6. The coiffure or arrange- 
ment of the combed hair over the brow, 

done by females with the help of wax 

and oil. 

9 1 ©l%«l ( OT« ) 

7. Katua ( See ) 

a& %Ga q^qqiq sqaiQ^Qi ?»G!g— 

1. Cuttings from potato used as seed. 

) i as s>ag^ «ti€9i«a^i ^§w— 

2. Cuttings of sugarcane used as seed. 

* I 6QGQQ<2$L ^OQ%GQ TOIQ9I aid" QS 

a<?QIS> 9&GQ Qfcl G9lQ?l^t giO — 

3. Railway cutting; a cutting done in 
a hill or mountain to enable the railway 

line to be taken on a level. 

9ie*8ft«o— e^. q— 6$9i6w gqw© 69$$pi ea% 

KStenichhua GU% OQGOIft"^ — 

Tiny Nainital potatoes grown in Orissai 
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GWQ©I%. '«l€Sff 91 S9 fl© 60««*-eit i 

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Katya v I qg^iq agfi% «l|o G9QI GQI€h — 

- (Wlfti — Qaq©) 1. Fit to be refuted; refutable; 
fit to be answered or met by arguments; 
J I gQQQ^ll^ — 2. Remediable. 

* I Q^9% GQQSISJ— 3. Fit to be cut asunder; 

v I QWB% QGasdlq— 

4. Fit to be disregarded. 

9iq oiq— €9. w. (e. ^!^; ^i^asi ©9 91 €1Q^)— 

Kathkath ^ | qqJ^ Q\^Q^\^%\^p^^^ 

aiq9» qg — 1- Hesitating to do a work; 

shrinking from doing a work. 

2. Idle; stationary; halting; not forward. 

3. Hard to the touch; tough. 
v I ©Q9; ©IS, ©1©— 4. Still. 

Katha *. | Qiq^. ^gQ QOO 2I°a — Wood. 

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^ I QTO; QlfiJ^QIO — 2. Fuel. 

* i siosw eocri; qo— 

3. "Wooden stick; lathi. 

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4. Timber; substantial and strong wood, 
^JT5 1. Hard; stiff. 

* I Q\on } 99^28— 3 * Thick. 

4. Cruel; pitiless. 

* I ( Qgsiia ) ^^^^S 1 — 5 - Inured to pain. ; 

( saajl — eiQSQ^)^ GW G9G» ^ Q9%«IO QQ- 
GQS* 1 ) 

6. Bewildered with fear or astonishment* 
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«|0 a©l— GQ. §.~ ( 3. SI1 + TO© )— 

Ka^haarda QiOGS* QtDQ Gfl$ 9Qiq$ *W — 

Wooden ladle; big wooden spoon. 

$IO 8©|— GQ. 9— QIO a^li ( GQ3 ) 
Katha arcjha KStha arcla ( See ) 

KSthaaniilitipiti Q|qp SJqg^ ( GQ«1 ) 

Kathua am lapitta ( See ) 

Sloans®©— gi. §— ow aggQ ( gq«i ) 

Kathaamilipiti Kathua anilapitta ( See ) 

.^I09QB~GQ. Q..(e- Qll + Wl ) — 

Kathakaincha 4Q3QIQ §G>QQ QQ3 — A species 

of tortoise living on land. 

[ g — <i siiaiQsiQs ©craGQ qgq 5 qqqoi 
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Kathakata r. | Q|09«SI|. Q!03!§Jqi — 
^IWWI 1. Cutting or chopping of wood. 

* I 9IO 9l5tol ^§; 9iq§l3B— 
2. Wood-cutter. 
flIGQ. ( a©0|O ) Q— 4Qg9tQ QIOQdl 091 — 

A kind of woodpecker; hoopoes ( bird ). 

9109SJCH — giGQ. (ci<39I9) 9—* 

KathakaramS O^QIGQ^— Orange. 

9109$<SII— SIGQ. ( «9010 ) Q — QIOQQSl ( GQS ) 
Kathakaruna Kathakarama ( See ) 

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Kathakenchua A species of small tortoise. 

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80 ®Qm\ Sl$|9 GQQOT 6 qpi I ] ' 

9IO<S&|— GQ. 9- 9KW1I { Qfifl ) ( GQ$ ) 
* Kathakhumpa Kathahana; ( bird) (See) 

9I061SP— GQ. 9— 9IOMI ( adl ) ( G9« ) " 

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K»thakhumpi Kathahana ( bird ) ( See ) 1 

9IOGI6>— GQ- Q — fijsy Gfll% ^lOfiig— I 

Kathagar^a A log of wood. | 

9IOGI©!— GQ. *'— QlOqjk^iq GQ^O giO — j 

M KS^hagar^S- All enclosure of wooden' fence; a j 
. ^IJNyl' i *r ... f ... .■ [\ stockade. 


QIOGI^ — G9, Q — ^1 Gfll% G»IO«l5— 

Kathagardi A log of wood. 

aflfiQ o «io«is» 9iq s^iq— ^si°9. ftSIQQO. Vff I ■ 
QIOGI^— G9. Q — «. I ©1^6 GOQ a»a 919 9WIQQ9t 
KSthagandi ^gQ G^lt 6 ^ a°g— 1. The trunk 
of a dried tree; the part of a tree 
shorn of its branches and root. 
-M fiW, 6 GfllSI VlOfilg -2. A log of wood. 

©lOQg QQ S99 Q&« a^g — 98§°9- fl9IQQO. «? 1 
QIOGCliQ— GQ. S»— Q^gi^ia" 99 $10 Q«uQ9IQ j[|© — 
EathagolS A mart where logs and timbers are 
^^M stocked for sale. 

Qio£€i«a-G9. $>. ( e- g^+ot. q«i9 )— 

Kathagolapa <1Q&|^ ©GfSl GQI^a— 
^tfefWT A kind of wild rose. 

©iOGQi®©— GQ. §— QIOGQI9I J ( GQ«i ) — * 
Kathaghorclachi Kathaghor^a 2 ( See ) 

QIOGQI©!— Gm 1 - ^. ( ST- QI<§ + GS1IS© )— 
Kathaghorda v | Qiqefo ^Qq>^ G^ll^i— 
^I^Wt^l 1. A play horse made of wood; hobby. 

-? I QIOQ GQS — 2. A wooden bench with 
legs for keeping articles. 
©JOGQI^«0— GQ. Q — QIOGQI9I > (GQ«I) 

Katha ghorgia Kathaghorda 2 (See) 

©IOGGN9©— 91. Q.— 9IOGQIOI * (69«) 

Kathaghordichi Kathaghorda 2 (See) 

QI09«I— GQ.Q.— I I Ml 6 ©IQ ^Q ©|©€Tqa 6 ©gQ 
Katha champa ciq. ^£Q|q — l.A flower of two 
#taet*TI varieties ( white and red ) and its 

*&*& ifafcTTWtol tree; Flumeria Acumenata; 
Plumeria Acutifolia (Kirtikar). 

2. A kind of fire work. 

9IO€>Q-GQ. 9.— ^ I W^^©GQ9l£tel Q^— 

KS^ha chira 1 . The act of cutting wood with axe. 

4lkb*l 3. I VQS^iq 9IO^i EflGftQQI Q$ ©10 

QQQQI O^— 2. Sawing of. wood, 

9IO ©€)G»I— GQ. §.— * I 99 QlO^^o'^iq q|Q qio 

' K^ha chif ib5 q$ ©|» qiq* 9ifl9l— 

4lkwft ¥li*|S| 1. To cut wood into chips for 
<**& "KTf^n fuel with the axe* 


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Katha chhatu a|g}§ei g^l QIO $069 OT}9I 49 
^fe *W 3919 $%— A ^ ind °* mushroom 

growing on wood; polyporas. 

-OIOQQI— G9. Q.— 38G9 Q^ftQI -«©l«iq SolQ^i — 
Katha janda A species of ant inhabiting trees. 
^tfcPKff? [ $ — OAIG9 TOICHQ ^9 C1SQ 99£> QGQ 
391 $1^G9 931 9St 99$ I ] 
-910QfllQQI— G9- 8. (9G©a<3r 9m9?®€19>— <■ I Oioq. 
Katha jamaiba ja$q|9l£hG9 SS^IOT^ 2D9€f9§G9 
^frs^fr a$«l9 9Q9iaiQ* gsf® 9Q9I— 

1. To dress wood for some required 

purpose; to prepare pieces of wood 

• ready for being fitted for some necessary 

furniture. 

J> I QIO^ QSSt© @3G$ OQ 9Q9! — 

2. To stock or store pieces of wood; for 

future use. 

-eioQCwq— gi€9.9. ( 6fl9si$L9; SL«. 9. ©iogoiqsj ) 

Katha thokara 9i09$ll (as!)— (G93) 

Kathahana {bird) (See) 

-OIOSOOIQ— 31.69. '(G.W3tg9) 9- («T.9I<|+ 91919) — 

Kathanekar «$ eg©. ^Jq a^ ©asj a Q69 ^ 

2H9 9I9IS9 9I§ — Dry retching without 

actual vomiting. 

•oiog*i©— G9. 9.— oaaa€9 3191999, $mQQ\ qq© 

Kathapatali n® $iq «9$ 39<§> 9$ Ql<S)3£J — 
Logs of timber strung together and 
formed into a floating raft for being 
conveyed by water. 
-OIOQQQ— G9. 9.— Ql^aiCISQ Q$— 

KSthapatara Leaf of sala tree. 

*Tt*r*rN [ g— < ap 9ltaGR ay 9991091^1 6 

• ^Ts^n trfgi 9G9 1 oqaicf < apG9 craq eos? 

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Kathapimpurdi Kathajanda" (See) 

*kf*f*l?l [g— <£IG9 910QQ1Q0I^?KI9€9 319 l] 

9ioea^-3iG9. (ao»iQ) 9.— 9«w qasGOT— 

Kathapengu Name of a wild tree. 

[3 — 0919 EK»% 6®£* 919169 I 0§ 6©Q OI«l 

qeUQ9|QlQ Ste^ca 9*t9^Q §0 I ] 

9I09Q«I— Ql. 9. ($N 9iq & SS«)— q_9MG)G9 ?|9G9 

Kathabarana .Q19(G)9I ^1^0 69, g^IQGS^ 9^89^1— 

"f^, CT55I ^WCTlWt Pimple; varus; acne- 

[3 — <^^gq 6€iis<i £tei 3Q qqp aoi ti^ja 

9| ai^ 99^3q_ ©8G9GR @R 9I9I93G© I ] 
9I09Q§, — 91. 9.— QI09Q^1- (GQ«l) 

Kathabarapda Kathabarana { See) 

0|099«I.- €9. 9-— 01099« (€9fl) 

Kathabaruna Kathabarana (Soe) 

0109^— 69. 9.-91099^1 (€9ffl) 

Kathabarunda Kathabarana (See) 

9I09IQ€I€1— C9. 9- <ff. QI^ + QerO 91 9l©Sf«l)— 
Kathabaigana <j^gg(9 ©g^q qq & ©191Q go- 
Name of a jungly tree and its fruit. 
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Kathabirardi qg ©gg| — Squirrel. 

0I09S— G9. 9. (e. 9ig + Qg)— <390IQ1^ ^S^ 91© 
Kathabisha ©g ; 9^^. ( W€) ) 

<p|i!<l«i Mahura (See) 

^Itif^-W Aconifcum Spicatum, Aconite. 

01OS9flr— G9. 9. (e* 9l<| + 9ia>;— <19S9I9 G9CT— 
Ka^habenga A kind g£ leaping frog, 

^tk^S. [5— -qqiGQ €1S9 G9I99G9 99^ 09 

aiaicw GQct* siGagi gq3^9 ©215 1 ] 

9IOS90— G9. Q.-» €99 (G9«l) 

Kathabeta Beta (See) 

0IO«iQ^— 91. 9— 9IO90« (G9«I) 

Kathabharanda Kathabarana (See) . ; - t 


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qiogq©— giG9. (eiotoi©) ©. — *wkmq9©'q©i as— ■ 

Kathabheji A kind of wild tree. 

[§— ^iq gcT eoai 1 ] ■ 
oiosq©— giG9. (««w) 9.— gwQsrcuft— 

Kathabhoji A feast or picnic held by the 

villagers near the village Grod or Goddess. ; " 

oioflftjQQ— giG9. (cioeio) 9. — t-i aojiiq (gq«i) 

Kathamatvjuati 1. Matvjuati (See) 

* I 9QG«lQ (GW— 2, Haragaura (See) 

.OlOflOfl^— flIGQ. («QSIS>) 9 — <19jg9IQ TOiCIQ— 
Kathamardamardi A wild tree; Antidesma 

Ghaesembilla. 

©IOQi-GQ. Q— WlflS— 

Kathamalli A kind of wild jasmine. 

OlCfll©— G9. 9 (ST. Qll + aiO!)— QKX^ QQ| G9IQ 
Kathamali gg© G9IQ?19I 3191 — Wooden beads, 

Kathamalia Wearing a string of wooden 

4)4Ufo^Mf beads. 

gq. § (^snas) — oat swl— 

A masked anchorite; a religious imposter. 

OlOfllQJO— G9.«Q— (e. 9l<| + fl|OI9l€0— OlO^a^GQ 

Kathamalia q$ S§^ 3|0| 9*1 9Q9i' «g9IQ- 

QG€I<3 — A caste of Sudras turning out 

wooden beads. 

G9. 93 ( sr. oiq+qiai ) — qioq qiai ag^ig 

9Q319I ( 9i§ )— ( person ) Wearing i 

wooden beads. ! 

9loq«t!— G9- 9' ( $r- 9l$ + q« )— Oiqftfo SQ q<s s ; 

Kathamukha inqg^ S|Q<3«>$r q# ^Sg^eiGQ 3§9 i 

sjacQQi^ ciipiQigqiGo qq m ««» - : 

69316}— A wooden mask for the ; 
• "'■ face. i 

9iog$i— 69. M. q? (MfliaHew^'GQgqr — 

Kathamuhan Shameless. \ 

*^pit G9£"*V9iotfffl-( 69G )^ ' i 

(«>IO^K^) - : ■■■■*- i KsthamukhS (See) j 


OiOq— GQ. 9— WIOGQ ©OT SgQ 0Q9I 9h§ ; QG©Q— 
Kathara Cabinet maker; carpenter,. 

OIOQCJI )— QIO^I; G3 QI0 9IG^t— 
Wood cutter. 

9IOQ€J©a— G9-. Q— €$@aG9€l1^ Qfiq SipSJ 9IQ- 
Katharautia ^Gag — A high caste Kshatriya of 

Orissa- 

9IOQ20— giw. (W«9S) ^> (3*. 9I^9Q)— QIOQ (ew) 
Katharia Kathara (See)^ 

QIO^Q— giG^ (Cl«|fl) ^— l^a (G9«) — 

KSthalai Suama (See) 

Ofo$€ii— GQ. 9—^. I -cQgQiGj asal^~ 

"Kathahana Wood pecker (bird); 

^litil4«|j' Mieropternus Phosoceps; Nuthatches. ' 

?>Pfl9IQ;<PI &IQ GQ&QI^SQQI & VQh OIQ «SQq h 

m qiS «ii2flsj 1 ] * . 

^ l 010^ <ag «§ 9$ ^§GQ 91^1— 

2. Cutting of wood. 
QI09Q— S1G9. -(q«WqS) Q - Qioq (G9«l)— 

Eathahara Kathara (See) 

Q|O@Qg0— 9IG9 (qn^Q) 9— Oioq (69fl)— 

Kathaharla * Kathara (See) - 

0IO@l€)Sfl— SIGQ. (Q$Q) Q^l — Q%q qql 0I091Q g|q^ j 

Kathaharia gjgq wjifliGK^iq ^\\ G9IQ?(9f ^®%, j 

fcj€«)— (cloth) Woven by the weavers 1 

of Kathahara, a village in the district 

of Cuttack. 
0IO919©— 69- 9- (ST- OI<S + ffL WIQ)— 

Kathahabi]i qqq G«IIOWlQ erjfl 0qaiQ|j9| QIOQ 

^n^ 3^ g© qoqq Qigp a^aioT q^q oq- 

^*I^R» PT|^ 991 9IS»ft 9i«~A kind of firework 
made by filling wooden tubes with gunpowder _ 

9101— fliOT. (GW9ii9sJ 9- (e. vi<|i- s Q€is»i^$Ga<a^»- 
Katha 9.9ioi,— ^8q aQq|^QG€l% 9<3iei ^o- 

'wf 6 v 91© OejQI QQI fi>9 — A land measure 

of 320 square cubits- 


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KSfchi qioq g^_ 6 G^ Gig— 1. Splinter of wood; 
^TO twig of wood; small chip of wood. 

*■* > I G9IG&Q Q% C^QQIO; 9t9l3 — 
2. The key of a padlock. 

91 OWIQ 0|5 *Q, GCQ Q$IQ O^ig 1 

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-Mf SJfts G9GG* €3$ qS $<»— 
3. Millions of millions (number) 

sigQ g«1q9 «io ©a acria ft© * 

v I diet (suaq sjqs ftia Q9!Q«a ft qq 9§9i 

qq)_4j. (Euphemisn) Serpent. 

(saai — ©iqr 916 sii&q i) , 

* I GQI9IQ e^a 9WI 9 1 *i£Q*l— 
• 5. An old fashioned saddle or covering 
pad put on the back of a horse. 

9 I qeSCflKW* TO9QI— 

6. A mason's plastering yard. 
9 I §91910 — 7. Measuring yard of a one- 
sided scale or weighing pan. 

r i 6$ e^aeQ Q9i99i ©<^— 

8. A saddle put on a camel, 
<i I $9 $$!§ 91 Q&ll TOlfilCQ GS3G9 GQIOI- 
991 ©flGQ '<3?ft 091 9^991 CK&llOSQ ea% 
qiq — 9. A. twig of Gar bhana tree wor- 
shipped on the samkranti day of the 
month of Tula and planted in the paddy 
field for fructifying it (the field). 
qq qp, aa s HP * ae * fl5GQ GQI£)!? 9 *° ' 

LO. Penis; male generative organ. 
<A | SfflQ®. 9(6 — II. Match stick. 
V i aaisio— 12- Dice. 

<.* I $$ G99GQ $[91 39; §&9l6— 

13. The apines on the body of a porcupine. 


V* I £$1910= $3IGft 99IG9 G«H§9I 9l3 ; G^l©- 
910 — 14. Hairpin thrust into the chignon 

by Indian women, 

fllOT. (tfWgS) Q— 9l$9IO ; 9$H!9ft S>3G^ 
Q<iQ9Q Q9 €11*311 — Small twigs used for 
brushing and cleansing the teeth; tooth 

brushing twig. 

G9. W.—K I 9IO 9lO (G9<2I) 

1. KSthikathi (See) 
/ I 9103319; a^flh — 2. Countless. 

QIOZD— G9. 9.— 91081 9991 (G93) 

Kathia Kathia kadali (See) 

GQ. M— 9IOSI9I9 G9dl$ — 

Belonging to Kathiwad country. 

Q\3n 90«>1— 69. 9.— (S. 9iq 3 910 QQ *I^JB 6 3I9- 
Kathia kadali <g[ft ^9!%+99»Tt — OTOICiq 99fi1 

^ | pl4^ 1 (S3I9I Ql&GQ GQG© «l«l€j)— -^ class of 
plantain eatable when ripe; banana. 

0100910— G9. £>. tftlS)— ^9Q% «fi>db C9WGOT— 
Kathiabard Kathiwad, a place noteji for 

<FlfS^ l ^ t^ its fine breed of horses * 

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^Qog9^ i qg^ <9i GflfqjsmGQ «9«© QQ; <9R 

SQQ CMfl Ql?{209l9 x I '91^ ftl^GQ 49 9IQ <0|G€r 
9iq 9%qGfii 1 gQ9|l3IGQ G3fllJ«^ 9^ 9Q Qg 
SG9Q Si^i9IQ Q€l?l€Q, ^l§» C99IOQT G^^GQ 
Gfli§9 G91Q CTfllMT ftl« flQtiilGa < 3G9QGi ftl« 
'913^1©' Q^Gfii 1 WftG^ltW— O&efo I ] 

OIO €^09!— G9. Q— \ JO&II ^1^ 9ft 991 G91QH9I 
Kathi uthiba €l&fei|gSQ 919^ QWIglQ^ ^OIQ 

COQ GS9GQ GaiQQI— 

1. The removal of tl^e GarbhariS twig 

from the place of worship and planting 

it in the paddy field.. 

.. -MftGTQQCgQ — 

2. Erection of the penis. 

qi3<i— G9. §<a— v i flEaSor-- 

Ka^hie J, Immeasurable bodily power. 

(-OeiHi^l G99GQ 9»S< 96 I ) 
lhtn§m~-2. Countless. - 


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Kathikara pa^ha Very difficult task or matter. 

9JOOQ Qft— G$- S>— QIOO QQ ( G<?« ) 

Kathikara bala KSthie bala ( See ) 

QlOQ'Q «€iq— 69-''^— 9I09Q QIO ( e^fll ) 

Kathikara bishaya Kathikara patha ( See ) 

«l6QG*a— -W. 9— 3Q 6 QQfl0IG)£[ ©£1Q 9Q^ Sg,Q 

' K Sttu kalaina , qq^I Q^q— 

^lG«**Pl ' A writing reed; a reed pen. 

StOQIGJQ— fllCQ. ( G!^|q ) ©-QQQ ( GQ«i ) 

Kathikangula " Hararda ( See ) 

«IC©IO— G<*. 9^1-^ \ G#fcl§ Q'|J$r 9391% WW* 
•; Kathikafe Ql aqo\g«j qiojmo — 

1. Wavering; hesitating to^do a thing. 
> I «TOi— 2. Countless. 

Ksthikuta goiGCl 399 QQQ! Q|8, $$l «K? 

^a$Q$ — 1- Pieces of straw and twigs coll- 
ected by birds to build their nest with. 
J 1 SSQ 9^ VlOStSJ — 

2 Small bits of wood and straw; twigs 

and straw. 
QIO%OL QCJQI— fllC^- (Wqp) §■— S9IGfc«L9 £a|Q9l 
Kathikutha kariba 6 Q|$ Q§Q| — To wash the 
face and cleanse the teeth in the morning. 

9io$li€t— 6Q. w. il. "(aift)— ©a sd^as^iq oqq— 

Katbikhai 1. (a term of abuse) (a woman) Who 

(Ql68«— 1°) * will die of snake-bite. 

<> 1 SM3IQ— 2. Omnivorous (woman) 

3. Deserving a sound cudgelling. 

*■ 1 <jL»*ii eQaii; «to— 

4. Adulterous. 

flloOa— C<^ W- SL°— <* I QIOSCM— 1. A term of 
Ka^bikbiS abuse. 

y l*QlS«lfijQqjftQ»— 2. Masculine of 
c Kathikhal. 

otS$af— gq. $ — sww— 

Ka^hichhuaS (eupfafemtstn) $nake-bite. 

GQ. Qd. — ^^"^ — Bitten by snake. 

• E*^ 1 <&k«3fbl KSthichhuaS (See) 


II 


©IO» £SjeJI<) — A kirid of earring. 

with pendants for the upper ear. 

9l6«— 3. 9 ( GOG + fllC*f. «=«IOQ + fi) ) — $9— 

Kathini Writing chalk. 

oioqm — e. ^ (Qog+^9. a)-*\ 1 Qogsj. <j©oi — 

Katbinya 1. Stiffness; hardness; rigidity; firmness. 
j 1 ©G^Qij S>g^©l — 2. Unfeelingness; 

cruelty; apathy; sternness. 

* I ^QOIj QGOIQO^ .q^a«l— 3- Harshness. 
v l ^9©| — 4. Difficulty. [ 

* I 8l^9i; 3€*I3 — 5* Severity; austerity. 

KatbipiHchha QG€19 — 1- Kind of chamar used 

as a royal paraphernalia. 

GO 89 Gs«S €«§ ^ft OBQ, 

QiQ'gO OIQ ^Q^Q 6^119 — 2 "- A bunch of 

pliant palmleaf twigs used while pouring 

out water from the rice-boiling pot. 

Kathipoka 3QIQ GQI^; S«Ol9Ga«a J QWItiil 

^Tff^TI^T, G9I© — Stick insect; Diapheromera 

<h T f^Fkfe^ Femorata. 

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a^QSJ— *9q's€Q GOG© QlSt t" <TOI 0§Q!% 

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Kathipbaidinga Kathipoka ( See ) 

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: QIO fl%*— GQ. Q— QIO qj^t ( GQ« ) 

KathLmakuta Kathi mukuta ( See ; 

Ka^hi masina A mat woven with a kind of 

hard reed^ 

otoaiQQi— €9. "S-^i.69?«8 a^Q ^§ 8 3 ^«iQ 

Kathi mSriba -Wfll Q^ai QQP\ W|Q<I ©!9I 

^ 1, To poke a twig into the inside of a 
thing to judge, .the condition of its 

contents* 


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. 2, To stir a liquid by means of a thin long 

reed. 

cq e: (3€^Ql©9)-^l6 , sq"^ stf 9°aQ— 

Snake bite/ 

^loqSL*--^. q— wwoejcfl 9s> <?ww §$9i 

Kathi mukuta QJOGQ ©«8€l ^Jt©C9<a — 

A pair of crowns of twigs wprn by the 
married couple on the 4th day of 

marriage. 

*«i3fl3— €9. §. ( qei 6 G9Q©is so aqpi )— 

Kathilagi £990 i 6 qftftlQQQ 9$8!90 S1Q— 

The ceremony of cleansing the teeth 
of Rajas and Deities. 


"$tOV- 99. 9. ( «r. Qlfj «9IQ 9ffi Q|«tCQ9IO 391% >- 
Ka#it 6t §OGQ 051! G99I ©Q— 
„ *rt£fr A saddle for the camel. 

*9iqai— go. w ( s* «i^ )*— 

Kathua I I W- 9WI1— 

^*r| 5 c^dl 1. Thickened; frigid (said of liquids 

3*3T?IT, *I*«T ecoming rozen). 

> 1 ©K> Oft tl^3; 91^a— 2. Hard. 

« I BQ^S-i-S. Idle; lazy; not prompt. 

v I ~M^S>99— . Wooden; made of wood. 

5. Unfeeling; cruel. 
9 I 9l09s9Sll£p — 6. Dealing in wood. 

t$e$ Oft »i© sf ^iqewrft. 9Q09 sa s^tffi cai^a i 

mr#^ €9. ©— <. I <?io e9o 9«9 sio q3qi 

'01$ — 1. A wooden- pot; small trough. 

003 «£} 9Q9 ©9©9a 91% q#W 9Kg| 39 $$g | 

[ *a — Qiqjo ©en qg. 9$ cisq «§%s«i«» G9199 
■9ft ©aft WPK i RH Qio^^'qigja 6 gio 

giG9. ( qqqiq ) 9 — q© a$aj «na — 

! A kind of fresh water fish. 

-hot. ( ga ) qs— GscfflrGfl ea<jf« go^oq 


G9|€tl§ — ( persons) Supplying fuel to 
* the cookroom of the temple of Jagan- 

nath at Pari." 

oiqtg aoS^-GQ. 9— 9IO mpQQ- eiqiQGQ G991 
Kathua am lapitta qjjQ 96*; a<^S)9<3(9 GSjSl — 
Dry prickly eruptions over the body. 
©IQSfl *8«U5>©0©— Ql. 9— *IO a as§§> ( €Q«I ) 

■ Kathua amaHtipiti Ks^hua amjapitta ( See ) 

9iqa ©q«1— G9. ^»— ©id n qqqI ( cw ) 

.Kathua kadaji Kathia kadali ( See ) 

Kathua brahmana Q|q Qq^^>| <]Qg9iQ a@aSt 
§l®3 — -^ c ^ ass °f inferior Brahmins 
inhabiting parts of Balasore district 
and growing kitchen vegetables for 

the market. 

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^gf€«> 9ft aa ^g Qiq qqqi qqi etsi^ qqqi toigq 
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Qicjae«ifi>— co. ^.-^cf€sii g^iq (G9«) 

Kftthuaeola MaiSshia sola (See) 

oiqa flis— w. 9.— vi PiQctQQi (cue) (G9«) 

Kathua machha* B Baligararda (fish) (See) 

^aioT ^9©gq y^QO^ i ] 

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2. Fish which is not savoury 

to the taste.? 
OlOQa -GO. §- le.'OHM)— 

KathuriS ^ f $|<|CS9Q Qig— 1. Wood cutter. 
^ft^l;^Q| J I 961^. QiO gi§3lia 09QQ9I 9i§— 
^ra^fen 2. Woodman; one who cats and sells ■ 

wood. 
€? gs ©si »io eic&aqfe * 

9IOQ2D 81(3— G9. 9.— Wlf-C-aiQQ 9lfl-=-. . 

Kathuria paia (qiq ©g» gqi* G9«l)— 

?fame of a Pala; song-story^ 

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JKStheikhiS Kathikhia (See) 

©ISO OIGO QQOI— 3IG9. (g^g5?) 3 — V t SIQ9 S>$» 
KSthen kathen rahiba G9IQ $991 — !■• ( hke a 
log of wood) To be still; to keep quiet. 
J I QQi$® QKh 9Q9|$. a^OQ G99I 91 9©8| 
39IQ 9Q9l^-2. To express unwilling- 
ness to do a work; to hesitate; to waver. 
01©— CQ. 9.— QIGf (G9«) 

Karg Kard (See) 

S1G9. (tfWgS) Q— OQft— Hard. 

o» — aiw- (wws) Q-— oig, (sw) 

KaSrd Kand (See) 

oi@i|i« N *jao— G9G9. 9. (Q°. oiqij^ a.+adto,)— 

Kadashtral amin oiOigifi^ qc4 0Q9ICQ S£|j$ 

2151ft — A cadastral surveyor. 

Kadashtral sarve 991 ©Qq|g — Cadastral survey. 

9i€9-9is^. (siggkq ; Gwrciqs)— v i qac? Gosjf 

Karge 2hg& — 1. Where. 

' > I G9§ ^©q.— 2. Where to. 

m I G9SJj 9Ciqr — 3. To which direction. 
9i©^-G9. 9. — StQQO 9991- 9»; €% aq^g. qiflfih— 
Kai^ha 1 . Physical strength; bodily power; 
f 9 prowess. 

> \ aetSfl — 2. Labour; exertion. 

< G9. 9<3— <- I q^fiij flW — 

1. Dry; sapless ( Wilkins ). 
9 I 091 G9IQH91— 2. Taken out. 
©I© «QI— G9-9 — 1 I $te^ Q<^« 91 QOI G9IQg9l 
Karjha ada 391%q£J9$9 Q^ii 391 ei^Sift — 

1 . The pieces of old ginger separated 
from the roots of newly shooting 

1 plants. 

> I 99ft aitf 99 G9IQ QSI99I 39! 8$l afti 

G9$ «f|(jL S& 9* 9i99IQ Oltf ©l8 

2. Ginger taken out for use or sale after 

keeping pieces for seeds. 

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2191 G9IQ3K1 \ ] 
91© Q09I— G9. Q — 9Qiaift G99I— 

Karjha uthiba (rathering of strength. 

Q!©«-G9. Q— 1 I 91991 91 991^91919 9WI — 

KSiflhana 1. Act of drawing out. 

^ I 9»9^ 91 G»I@GQ %lH9l— 
2. Act of drawing or attracting. 
01© QG?Q! — G9. ^ — 89%! a§ G09 9Q9I — 
. Karcjha bhangib5 To disarm; to reduce or shatter 

another's strength.. . 

01© a€J91— G9. 9— €§ GQO G99I — 

Kar^ha mariba Disappearance of power; 

diminution of strength 

01© fllQQI— G9. 3— 9IQ QQ91 ( G9« ) 

Kar»jha mSriba Karjha bhangiba ( See ) 

©iqi— gq. 9— * 1 qSeqacQaqs* ^s, 9a» eo9c^ 

Ka r^h a ^ — 1. A medicinal powder of 

STTiJT dry ginger, black pepper efcc.- 

used as an antidote against cold. ■> 

j 1 aioo9Gs<a — 
2. A medicinal decoction. 
01© — fllG9. ( CI90I9 ) 9— 

Kar^i ^Ol9 9IG* 903ff9 S§ ^S9I 9IO 691^- 
■^TttS A load of fuel drawn up along an. 

%f£t incline.. 

59. Q~K I wp Old*— 

1. Slender twig or rod. 

( aai— 2i9Q 01S 1 ) 
-> 1 aoi 010 — 

2. Iron ribs of an umbrella. 
OI©S0 — G9. 9- ( ©l&a-OW; 09fl=€JtfI )— 
Kar^ia K I Q9WGQ ftp <S « *9I ft qg q^ : 

w? t^riG9 ^ig q^ ^Gasai G9a! aewdSQ- 

yift 9I «qilQ G99I 9q9G$fl9l©ftOI^ 
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1. Cash taken from a creditor on a cont- 
ract to deliver paddy or corn in future- 
at a cheap rate in lieu of the capital 

and interest. 
J 1 q«a— 2. Loan. 


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from a grocer. 

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4. The system of advancing money on the 

system stated in 1. 

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GQ. 9<3.— «- 1 QOt^l 9qfl9l> QIO «d3q|. ti|Q 

9qQ9l, (3Q90— 

1. ( commodities ) Borrowed; taken in 

advance of the payment. 

2. Powerful; strong. 

9I&9I— G9. $"; < e/93 ai%> gi. 99© v\Q)'^- 
karjhiba «. 1 qg gi©%g9igi 310% agfoi- 091% 
^PtTTt- 9I9IQ9Q9I — 

^t^sn 1. "To bring out; to take out; to 

(9QIQ9I— 3&Q) draw out. 

'dlQftl. 9i9tQQO. Q$i 
-M (.GGP9 )§9!Q9I— 

2. To shed ( tears ). 
•> I ( 2JGTGQ 9S^9I 9<Si! ) 9I9IQ 9Q91— 

3/ To extract; to draw out (a thorn ).; . 

v ( ( aigf ) $39% §oiQ9i; q$$&q 9&91 — 

4. To lift up; to. bring up. 

/*l S§ GQS1> 9^99 %ia TO9I— 

5. To .snatch away; to de£>rj$e forcibly. 

9 1 g«GQ ^9) ; wi4% aif% 9iw.'9fi9ii «w 

, 9&91i — 6.*To vomit forth; to eject from 
...-,, the month. 

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9 k^$Q%«%€fcQQ9l — 7. To diamisSj^mp^e 
or discharge from eervicet 

r I ( %Q] ; $aeH ) G99%«09IQ9 9&9I- ;> 

3. To, put off from the body, 
tf I 3IQGQ9I- OJSflQ 9Q9I— , 

9. To abuse; to call names. 

<•"!-{ qQIQ ) QOIQ9I- «QS1I€10 9091 — > 

10. To bring out ( a carcass ) from a place, 
<a 1 ( : qp era .BI9 ) egift^i g*jo 9qQ9!i 0% 

«^Q9I — 11 • To bring forth, 
( aiccie ) 91CO fi^GQ »i9^ S°ai. 

V> I 9§)GQ9I — 12- To drive away. < 

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V* I £TQ qSI^W 9.19IQ $Q9I — 

13. To extract juice from fruits etc. 

w I aOQiq9.€Q9%<i*Ka9lrr": 

14. To put off ornaments. 

«* I ( ^8-3 ) <^Q Q99t— \\ ' : r> 

15. To remove ( sorrow ). 

<i ^ff flQQ a»q ^01 ^?\ 

t.p I ( CfQfil 91 M ) 0^119 9Q9I — 

16. To ciean out (refuse) from any place. 
K9 I 9§GQW «IS»geQ G9fa§ &<aq 3919 9€l9l 

17. To. express before many people, 

( mi— sq€Q G^GQito ai* Qi©q 1 ) 

giGQ. ( ^^Q ) S— ^ ©Q9I — To borrow. 
9IQJ..Q01I9 )- OT. 0—91© QGHQ ( GQ<3 ) , 

Kanjhu ( etc Kar^ha eta ( 8ee ) 

oieja— w. m. ( 3. 91%— Ssii )— ^ i qmsH-t 

Kanjbua 1. Laborious. 

^ I 9&jfilft-r2; "Per*;. skilful. , - 

3- Strong; powerful-, mighty, ~* 
"* I ©QQQ^ — 4». Forcible; using force. 

* rea 9IG© ( 9i9 , 9J;wa ) 

5. One who snatches away or brings out 

qr cleanses ( See under Kanjhiba for 

"different meanings ). 


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ESr^huagiri Strength; powerfulness. 

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Kar^btiapana Kar^huagiri ( See ) 

«IQ«O09«II— €<?- $— ©I© «flOQ ( G<*3 ) 

Kgrflhuapania. Kaixjhuagiri ( See ) 

>■ Karijhuni q^Q Qgj§> ^|Q Qg^ q»GQ 91$ 
swq^iq ^q*€Q easier G<3i<ai$ ewi 

£$J 6 G9!t QIO— A long log o£ wood 
pulled by bullocks by tying it one end. 
«IS£a— 31G<3>. (WW9) Q — Ql©Sj (WSD— 

Kar^hen Karfliuni (See) 

SISI— e. Qtfl. qf. ( 9& <w§ — sflS <£©Ql + 9$. a )— 
Kana «, | -<3Q©sjjiq. Q«ai — 1- One-eyed. 
^t 8 !"! ^ I q£fl — 2. Crow. 

«IHT fliGQ. (ciaifl) q. ($, Qf)— Qio — Bar. 

Vl^i,7 SICT. (S9^) Q— 0Q3QQ sua — 

©l«l J W A kind of fish. 

Olllgpl— £IGQ. (CI»W.-9i« ; GKMjgl (GQldlQiei TO) — 
Kanamuta The root of the ear. 

Kana Feminine of Kana. 

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Kana (See) 

fli€Q- (sguwa) woia («r. Vj to)— 

QtMl-, $9— What. 

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Kanada Q^fo — The Baiseshika philosophy 

stated by the sage Kanada. 

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Kani 0<jaP€l — 1. One fourth of aBiswa; 

^Ft-ft a superficial land measure; ],th of a 

measuring pole, 

2. A little quantity. ' 

3. One fourth of a biswa or chhatanki. 

4. Standard weight for weighing £ of a 

chhatanki 

£©81$!— 5. A lineal measure from the 


tip of the elbow to the end of the 

little^ finger. 

giW- (WWS) ^ — ^lloaiQ WO (W«) — 

Satagati khela (See) 
G9, M— V I 9©$— I. Younger. 
> \ sgi$*p — 2. Small. 

( swii— eiStawjp* i ) 
b— G9. 9 — ei3q$$i (g<?«ij— 

Kaniandia Kanikurun^a (See) 

Kanikuruncja (See) 

Kaniakachha Kanikachha (See) 

QlSgflSTO" €Q. © (^- Q©<| ^ acrji )— 91© (S GCIIQQ 
Kaniapguthi q^l aiff SflGf^; 9e>giCr©— 

^W^f^ The little finger of the hand 

^HJjfbfflf^JRJ ,or foot. 

qi9qq@i— g<h>. 9.— o^dt^iGQ 919 a^»GQ aigw ftoi- 

Kanikaurda ^>GQg — A wild creeper, 

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Q|Q9€&§>-GQ. 9. — ^ 1 S/Q GS^ 9Q© — 

Ksnikaurdi 1. A tiny cowrie. 

^h T Jiml^ 2 - A worthless shellmoney. 

«l9Qa-GQ- Q.— 6pa fjGQ©«HGO'<IOG«3Q QQ 8^- 
KanikachhS ^91 %€l|Q ©asf 919% QS^G9 G«!|f 
^€H8^fJ— The end of the cloth tucked 
down and taken up towards the back- 
side by females. 

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Kanikitrunda apn-f 99 €99f ^fll-^A disease 

consisting of one of the testicles becoming 

larger than the other; Hydrocele, 

Wi8$&«ll»-G^ q^i.— QiSf^i Gqsiag— 

KanikurundS One suffering from Hydrocele of 

one! of the testicles, 

Kanicha A small particle. 


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2. Consisting of very small particles. 
p 9l8fe9IQ — 69. 9.— GSS 691® 91 fiftl CI§>*J1— 

Kanjjora A small long tank. 

*OI&G3lft 6991 (aiO) — 69.$.— tliO €12 C*96QaiQ69§l 

Kanithoida heba 9$ 91 — (paddy plants) To 

begin to germinate in the stem. 

*oi8o$— 69. 9. — GUfta 9$ — 

Ka^inai Rivulet. 

Ol8o«1 — 69. 9.— QfiOffll (693) 

Kaninakha Kananakha (See) 

-Oi8oft — 69. 9. — ©9Q GSpTO 9I91Q 0Q9I0 $£[9h 

Kaninala Q6SS — -A. rule o£ extracting the area 

'■yfr ffl fa of fields by taking the length and 

breadth measure in Biswas and 

D * Kanis. 

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'■501801ft— 69. 9 — V I ft» 9§991Q qQ OIQ — 

Kaninala 1. Small channel for irrigation. 

j 1 S9 ai«iioia — 

2. A small branch channel or brook. 
-9l8 eO«9W— 91. 9— Ol8 GQQf«0 ( G9<S ) 

Kani neutia Kani leufca ( See 

*Oi8o®— 69. 9— 6SIS 9$ — 

Kaiii bandha A small bank. 

*0l8 G^^9«B— 69- 0—9*1 GOQfsa -> ( 693 ) 

Kani leutia Kanta" neutia 2 ( See ) 

*Ol8 QI0-G9. 9. ( 93«! «9 )— 9Q flWCQ 9p 901 

Kani lyahi Qiig— A small goldsmith's anvil 

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K*£i One eyed ( woman ). 

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Kaneda 1, The Karnatic country, 

> I q9eilQG««— *2. A musical tune. 
OI«fc— GO. 0. ( fit- 0| )— 0l3 ( G9«l ) 

Kanta Kanti ( See ) | 

OI^—GO. 9. { q. ©I )—K I qg OQGQ9§^9( 
Kanti c3»IOO »— 1. The dregs of oil which 
^t^P settle down a can; the lees; sediment; 
5%^; ^te dross. 

> \ 9tt; agS^; OI«—2. Power. 

* I aPQ 93,^^3. Itching of the mind. 

(aai-010 oiS flftflfiiS— floog^ agi G9IQ- 

0l^ai-G9. 9— l I G9€isi 91 ai*9 Gfllt 91 «qio 

Kantia a°aGQ §<ni COIQ^Oi ^01 — ( 091 9A qq 

flQQl OflflOI% )— 1- Worsted silk; cloth 

made of coarse silk,* 

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mould for preparing ingots of metal. 

* I 312 apOWIcf 9«iaiQS[9l 9§g 9^9G«€I— 

3. A kind of nefc-cloth »sed in catching 

fish. 
C^C^Tl 69. Q^— ^ I ( 6©$* ) 0I« qg; 9QQI— 

1, Full of impurities ( oil ); drossy* 

> I flQOIQGfQ;^— 2. Of pale white colour, 

brown coloured, 

Oifi eO 09—69. 9. ( ^. G0fa + 90 ) ( 0(3 OQ fl«q 
Kan^aa baga 9^ ^91^)— ajOOtfooaal — 
^jjFTl The brown egret; a kind of bittern. 

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OI^TOQ— 69. 9 — 9l3(2J OS < 69« ) 
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Ka^ttt Ka^ti^S (See) 


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KUntu maribg I. The satisfaction of inching 

sensation. 
J I 99913 G99I — 2. Being reduced to 
' impotence 1 . 

tt^fll^l— C9. 3— coff aw 9SJQ 9Q fl$ 9WI — 
Kantu mariba To reduce a person to impotence 

by over- work. 

91$ — 9IG9 ( SSVMR ) 9 — * I 91ft €1Q— 
KSnd 1. Arrow. 

> I d^—2, A unit of lineal measure; 

a span. 

9I§— 3, 9. ( 99 ,ai%=SI§ QIQ9I+9<S- 9 ) — 
Kanda * | ^. q©^. Q|9— 1. Stalk; stem. 
J I <1£Q 9§- $® — 2. Trunk of a tree. 
* I q$ — 3. Bunch, 
■a- I aq- — 4. Pillar. 

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. 6. Canto; section; chapter of a book. 
9 1 95)9 SI9— 7. Solitary place. 

;. ? * ; ,-' r i 91^ aq— 8. Arrow. 

e I 9$— 9* Stick. I 

V° I 2l9?iQ.— 10. Leisure; occasion. 
?^ I Sgl9— 11- Proposal. 
1^1 Q$}\$ 0^% \ Heap : ' f 
1* I q^ <J»-^-iS. h tS)iftection; multitude. 


V 8 * I ©9—14. Water. . .'..,' 

' ■ t* I ; 9 c BQI9 i 9*91 — 

15. Event; occurrence; state- of affairs^ 
^1 G999 * 9^— 

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18. The thicker middle part of a bow, 
Vti I fell D«^i C§- €)9«lia9)— 

19. False praise; flattery. - 
g. M. — i I W- 1- Solitary. 
-? ! 9^9^2. Mean; low. 

G9. 9.—^ I %5j?©9i ^GTj 1° 99G99,q— 

1». Penis.. 
> |-9i99l9i SflOQ^! — 2. Conduct. 
» I i!9— 3. Bow. 

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.. SHd?J9l SG9m9 ai9R*l^ ._9yiq9GQ 

9%ift9raifi€ai9igi9f[9igiqf>9iQW9— 

4. Twigs or reed driven into the ground 

for training a betel creeper. 

■* I 9<H 9lft qft «3Q9 G9ISIG9 ^91 99 qp— 

5. The corner plate of a thatch. 

9i$9Q9t— G9. ,§.— V I 9WQS9I 9*1991; ^%99 
Kanda kariba 9*91 9*1Q91 — To bring about a 
^t9 ^^1 queer state of affairs; to cause a serious 
cHHUf ^^rt thing to nappen. 

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Kandakandaka ©Oia^ CjOGQ OT9I ^39 Q9IQ 

©^1 — An aquatic reed growing in 

paddy fields and bogs; used for being 

woven into mats.. 

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^ I 9ia9«tr— 2. The k^sa reed. . 

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Kanda karakhana l | Q<gg Q<i|ai9 3 ®%<$h Q%Q|— 
^t© ^Wrl . Extraordinary events. 

*TUslT*ir > | 9t9iaP9 — 2. A number of events. 

Kandagraha qi $iqq s | get£$ gq«tQ ^9 91 G9ia — 

A clear understanding of the matter in 
hand; a proper . grasp of the question 

at issue. 

9i§eiQ— G9. s> — * i qs£a$ ©QGaasfc acr— 

Kandaghara Penis. 

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GC1|§<] QqQty£l glOQ v at^GQ 91$ 91 

3Q G8I9ISJIQ GS3Q* QQQQGi 8Q QQ 

Q2JQ, 9$P<1 — 2/A toy-house boundecl 

• by 4 arrows and set up inside the house 

where a girl in her first menses passes 

her first week. 

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99Q^i 99^ (aai, ©wiqpi-w-flGQg) — 

(birds) Moving on the trunks of trees. 

Gi£689©i— gq. 8.— cefsss^iq 919 91 sqq aaio 

Kanda chhediba 9ief9Q9l — To ward off an 

attack of an arrow. 

9I$®W— e. 9. ( 9$ ©9; 9l§=»9iiaiQ-f $9 )— 
KSnda jnana v I 9G9Q91; §9lf£Q G9la — 
1, Consideration. 
J I qpqiQQ 9TO1QGQ «Qff©li S9£J 6 a93h 
Ggiql 0^9119^9*1 ^|9— 

2. Common sense; worldly experience. 

* l-GG 819; GflltlGfflt §|9— 

3. Rough knowledge. 

4. Kandagraha ( See ) 

9I^9Q— G9. 9— «9 S9iQ S^a G8S ©93 qiQ— 
Kkhdanala A species of small serpent slender 

inform. 


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«* I 99991; UQQI — 
1. Cloth-screen; curtain. 

> I ©^ q^f— 2. Tent. 

G9. 9— GSII1-0 £19; 400% qi$— 
A single arrow. 

©Ift flqQQI— G9. 3— qgotf'flgGQ 9019 GCIISK* 
Kanda puraiba 3<3t|<M) 9£JI 91 3§I9 SCSI© 9Q0| — 
VUlg 9l«T<ft*:T To make an astounding or awk- 
ward proposal abruptly in the 
midst of a discussion. 

9l§g§— e. 9. ( 9$Sl8; 9ig + q,g )— 

Kanda prush^ha ^ I aq,N9 5 «0^l«fl5I; y|«JJ — 
1. Archer; one who lives by archery. 
J I 9nia —2. Hunter. 

* I G9£WIQ qidl- ^QtiQ QQ— 

3. A cuckold. 

* I ( 9lfl ) 9#¥ £JQ— 

4. Name of the bow of king Karnna. 
g. ^. qf— ^ I 9fliW — 

1 . Pursuing a mean or low profession. 

> I 9*JQp— 2. Immoral. 

■ * I G9 3KKI! qJQ 9hI9 9Q a^QGQ QG9 — 
3. One who forsakes his family or caste- 
and takes up another; renegade. 

91$©^— 3. 9— 9ISJQS ( G93 ) 

Kandabastra Kandapata ( See) 

QI§Q'1Q«— G9. Q— WZ— 

Kanda baaSsa Bow. 

9l§9q— G9. 9. ( 3- 91$ 6 9919 )— 

Kandabibha <. I 6^€tlGQ q9 QIG^I 99*il Q9I9 
a9%QG»19GI G9GSI 9^G^ Gdlf-C 9!€i 

^Gcr ©wHft ©aqT Wi9^q Q»Q ^<3 — 

1. The symbolical marriage of a matured 

8udra girl to an arrow before actual 

marriage with a bride-groom. 

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2. The symbolical marriage of a 
maiden-bride or a bachelor bride-groom 
with an arrow 3 before being married 
to a widower or a widow respectively. 

31G9. W9»io) 9 — agfliftor $#gq qqoti 994 
acer act ©ig^sidl q9 ©i©q s>G<a $91 

SieO" 9«Hfl9l GHSIflip 9919—^ nominal 

marriage of an unmatured Sudra girl 

to an old man bj installing an arrow 

as a witness. 

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OI^Gtg— 3. Q7(CQ«) WaiQ^lsf 91© 91 GS1I&Q OQ- 

Kandabhagna $|Q qfip^QI ( g. 39SUC1Q i — 

Fracture of the bone of the arm or leg. 

[ q — %$ © siotigq a^cr u ssiQQ aai — 
ots, ««& eqfo, »a38oi, 9© ©, ©ifiog, 
?i©aQ©, fliiao, %jo, 9% m 6 §yiw l ] 

Kandabharati Quiver . 

Qiji Wqqi— €9. «\— ©igewi (GQ<a) 

Ka^da bhiaiba Kapda kariba (See) 

«flft€IO-— flIW- («WW) Q-— «l^a (G9«!) 

Kandaraja Kandanala (See) 

OlftS— 5f. 9. (*. a- €Q.j 91^96^1 «i§) - 
, K^darshi G9Ql°a SQIQQ 91 5»^Q9 q©— 

y A sage who published or commented 

on a certain part of the Bedas. 


[5— q^qi^q flQraQ-G38&;«a§QifiQ goias— 

3l§S!;9§;QigQ QG^QQ— GWQsW I ] 
QI€1€1Q- -C9. ©. < e. 9I9+9Q )— 

Kandasara ^ l.aQM. fijtfi; <|Q»|«iq G&£N ««; 
, ^Wl g® 0^1 — 1. A kind of tall reed; the 
SERSr'f I Murlja grass 

•> I Q^ Q£f— 2 Erected penis. 

* Mft <19 QQ — -3. Bow and arrow. 

o-i§iQift@lG— g<?. ©. (e. 9i5+a©i§+^)— Qfii «iq 

KandakandajrTana ^<3^Q QG9Q0I — 

^t^l^tQ^StH Discrimination between right and 

wrong. 

Qi§,!Q-^GQ. Q. ( e.Qft»IQi 9GrQI qsi^qg©)— 

KandSrl ^ \ qqIq\§ q$iiq. G9 QGftQ G^^Sflfi)^ 

^t^t^t &gl aw. Gftf^iQ flq-dq — 

Md*| lR«f I 1. Helmsman; steersman. 

J I (Qfltitia)— «W^Q<$|QQiq 9s§— 
2. Deliverer from troubles or difficulties, 

S$ wt eiQ «<i Qiai-a «igiq 1 fl^ v Q» 1 

^andi 1. Heap; pile. 

*f¥ ^ I 8SIM59MGI Q^|Q ; G«!^I% CIS— 

«; 3TCT3 2. Mart; godown; ware-house. .; 

* I G9QQ ^ 3QQ^ — 

3. A chapter or section of the Bedas. 

* I $4Q GQIQIfl^ "fiJJIGfillQ — 4. A ware- 

house of salt; salt-golah. 

* I WIQ QCIQOGQg— 

5. Kame of a city in Ceylon. 
9 I QMg so G^IW— 

6. A small village-shop. 
9 I tyOft ^GSiai^GSS — 7 - A family-title 

amongst Sudras- 
r I 91QIQT 009IGQ G99I <Q gQIQ GQC! — 
8. A kind of disease attacking the soles 

of elephants. 

[Q— <%QQ 9HS1Q OOaiGQ Qtill G9IQ 3W, G^ j 

«<tiGQ ^ o G€iQ 095 6 9isi ^Q aiGQ"?i§*i ] .; 

filGQ. (^9^) «- («. ^ y|^=WI§9l 5 %Q. 9. j 

Qi§) — ©«3T3$I 92IQ — The receptacle !j 

where grains etc. are put to he husked i 

by a dhiniki. \ 


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Kapdia 9<t9g© aoiqg 9IO — 

■*l|l?l^l(B 1. A stick smeared with bird-lime to 
^TOT^nfe catch birds with; a bird-twig. 

aicf csri© qqq QiGt 931 siQq9i so 
9iq«q s%6 Gat ssjgio— 

2. Small bits of bamboo thrust into the eyes 

of rafters of a thatched house to 

keep the rafters in a row. 

gq. w. ($. oifi)— k 1 %<a 39 aa*© g9IQ^9* 

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1. ( grains ) Cleansed oE husks. 

eo£a qiq agi *1C a g^oi 9351— 

J I aiO q£l G99I QGQ GSSeiQ 04|| G991 6 
QQflq.G3 q$l G9QI Gatf Q^ ( qg| )— 

2. ( husks ) Produced after the final 

husking of paddy. 

Kandiakunda Fine husks of paddy or rice. 

efif^l^n^ft QI§QI<3l §< I 91§9I QGQ ©fJG9«Sl 
8£o G3§ S^$#l 9I9IGQ ©l%QI§a$$| <j_9ig|<i. 

g^q 9i#aq$iGQ @oi ©qQi<] 1 ] 

Kandiala Conspiring; scheming. 

-91$ «r€JQI— TO. §— <> I a©l flIWIj 8Q SHQQf. g QJ- 
Kandi karibS ^jq $q q^ ^^ — 

1. To arrange in heaps. 

J \ aei§a q^o w*^ sen 9Q9I; 9i§9i— 

2. To cleanse rice, dal etc of its husk; 

to husk, 

QiflQIff— €9- $.. 9tf~<OI^ GSOi^OQ; f^-c ^ 

Kandikandi Q§Q&— A piece here and a piece 

there 

Kandi$et 1. A candidate for a post- 

<&&*%£ 2- A candidate for an examination; an 

examinee. 


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Kandiba t \ g$|Q qqq^ qtQig 9Q9I— 

1. To cudgel; to beat; to give sound blows. 

* \ HQ ft 91 ©IQ% ^1 6 G91» 9I9IQ 9Q9I 

©«G^ ^LfQl — 

2. To cleanse rice, dal etc. of its husk bv - 
gentle pestling; to husK. 

* I ( $9$lia ) 5»l©0 QQ9I; QQ9 9991 — 

3. To rectify; to improve, 

r K€W) ^©l<l 9^1 9Q9i — 

4. To rain cats and dogs. 

* I QQQ9 GWI 3 aOil^q *W* — 

5. To oppress. 

^? I 9I§9I 91 €191 9Q9I; q€l1^9 ©Q9I— . 

6. To amass; to heap up. 

9I§ «!Q9I— G9. «*— 9l§-9ft9l ( 1 ) ( G9« ) 

Kandi mariba Kandi kariba ( 1 ) ( See ) 

9I§1— St. W. (9ig=€lQ+^IS aaGQ.Q^ ^gf. <,9.)— 
Ka»4i 9ig 91 3Q SGCJQG^ 909^1 — 

(Ql§fil— tf) Expert in archery. 

«*fe €9.9- (9191©^^ e- Gl§)— QCrQQfl^Q - 

The straight* middle portion 

or of an anchor shank. 

019IQ— -g. 9<t. ( 9IU+QQ )— ^ 1 SQaWj aKj>— 
Kandtra 1. Carrying bows and arrows; armed 

with bows and arrows. 
'-M «4^9 ; ©QhWI— 

2. Of mean or low occupation. 

£• 9— aQaiq G§©9 — Bowman; archer. 

■ 

Q\$—QQ. 9- ( g. 9gJ— 1 1-^ CKJ-- 
* Kandu 1. Itching senaation, 

Sp^lft ^ I 9iq90l — 2. Lascivkneness; lust- 
5^5" - fulness. 

* * S5»i8> ^s^9i-^ 

3. Wickedness; wantonness, 

viflroi^c9fi8 91^1 4A9I--OQ aos^9 

t9l — 4. Excessive restlessness or 
lagerness for doing some work. 


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©l§«?0-G9, M. 1°. ( e. 9§J (aiOGQ QWg©)— 
Kandua *. I G^IGO©!; ^ — 1. Wicked; wanton. 
^5 f 1?t ^ I QOCO; 9»9§£[ — 2. Quarrelsome. 
l^fOT * | a© Qiqjjj 9I«II%Q; 9©GQ ^©9— 
(9IGfW; «*IGfllQ - %t 3. Lustful; libidinous; 

rakish; lascivious. 
■w I 90*19101 — 4. Of low occupation. 
* I 9I<J9TCI; Qi$?l — 5- Lining on archery 

or hunting. 
•9 I a9<$Q — 6. Armed with bow and arrow. 

Q\$,J8&Q\— €9. 9— 9^Q0 9I ( G9«i > 

Kandu uthiba Kandu uthiba ( See ) 
9l§^flQ9l — G9. 9—9^05191 ( G93 ) 

Kandu niariba Kandu mariba ( See ) 
9I§^SIQ9I-G9. ? -^9^1391 ( G93 ) 

Kandu mariba Kandu mariba { See ) 
Olfi-S. 9. ( 9$< + 210©mIG^. a )— 1 I 93,q_W q$— 

Kanwa 1 . The son of sage Kanwa. 

2. Name of a section of the Jajurbeda. 
S. W— *. I 9^G3I§) 3$0— 1- Descended from 

the clan of sage Kanwa. 

> l 9^qW*J— 

2. Relating to sage Kanwa. 

9IG«IGII— SSjgSW SI«H96aS -^& me of auction of 
Kanwasakha of the Jajurbeda. 

©lO-fllCT. (S<VWS) 9-— 91® (w«) 
KaV Kata (See) 

$j© Q€)9I— giG9. 9 (.^5 G«ftQ as?)— 

Kat kariba V I SJ9 S&IQ ^?8Q G99I — 

^5;^1 1. To lay one prostrate. 

S I 12IGS1Q Q9IQ9I— 

2. To incline; to lay on one side. 

919 — €9. 9. — * I 9I9NI9— ' 

Kata 1. Hands and feet. 

**5- (S2H — qQ9l9 CWJQ GQQ GSIQ9I I) 
^5;»tft ^ i (e. 9I©9~ 9GN) — G9fol 9l§G99IS!Gf 
^ff?;f^r 9i990 «W 9IQ*€I— 2. Long bamboo- 
pole used in propelling boats. 

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* I Q99 3QQ GSQGQ $& 9Q 9IQ9I QQ^i- 

^© ; 9^9 91 9ICT0QQ (G€Hdl9l ^Q)— 

3. A stake at gambling consisting of a 

heap of coins. 

9I9 Q0I99I — 69. § — 919 51IQ9I ( 69« ) 

Kata pakaibs Kata mariba ( See ) 

919 91991— G9. 9 — ©GflGQ 02fl GQ1Q aigf qqq^^IO 1 
Kata paiba TOIQGQ ©191 ^Q* GQ 9I©9I— 

Fathoming of the depth of water with 

the help of a pole. 
( gai — fl$9*)GQ 919 9IQQ flig I ) 

919 flIQfl 9Q (G9gi)— G9.9«<- 399; Jfjqft (^9)— 
Kata maila pari Healthy and strong ( youth ). 

919 fllgJQI— €9. $— 9eFI%0ftlQ9l Q%Q<$ ©CflQaGQ' 
Kata mariba o a G9IQ 9QQ ©a G9C1GQ 9lgfa- 
^T^srmi ^qiq GOS19I— To propel a boat -by 

^T-si 1TCT means of • a pole.. 

9I9Q — q. Q<|. g. . ( q,= §S© + Q ii|^=aiQ G99I + 
Katara q<|. gj )_^ | QhIQO; SfiQQ^ 9h?(9 — 
(919^ — $1) 1. Distressed; distracted; troubled 


919991^ i 
9I9& I Q * 


-? I Q§9; SJylQ— 2. Perplexed; bewildered. 

* I ^89©— 3. Grieved. 

*»" I SJ9; 9fij^ — 4. Afraid; affrighted; timid* 

* I ©§©; a 9 9 — ^- Bestless; agitated. 
9 I Q93 — 6. Paralysed; benumbed. 

S. Q. ( 9— 9G + «h=*&rtJ + d|^=^9| + 

919^1. « ) — ^ I G9»l — 

1. A swimming bladder; raft- 
> t 919; ©Cri— 2. Boat. 

<fclcMI 3. A kind of fish; Catla Buchanani.. 

G9. 9— qrf09Q ( GQiateia <M ) — Tobacco. 

019991 — ^. 9. ( 9199+^9. ©I )—K I 9&ei— 

Katarata 1. 'Distress; trouble^ 

^ I q^9l; 9C|^ ^19^1—2. Timidity; fright. 

* i 9iIQ9©l — 3. Perturbation. 
9I9Q— G9. 9. ( a. 9l9IS=a°§; G«1 )— 

Katara ^ | a«f 0§) G^I9 <9 triQ- 

1. One fold of plaited tobacco-leaves 
strung together double,. 


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-> 1 QQ&1 QIQQ QMI — 2. One group of 
plantains in a big bunch. 

3. Small and dwarf plantains at the 

end of a bunch. 

v I CSll^%Sl©ai9QiG9|QQ%|S31Q|l9l aiQa— 
4. Thin slice cut from a piece of sola. 
* \ §9l $QGQ qpai 313391 ot a$> — 

5. Tobacco-leaf laid over a cigar as 

a cover. 
^fiBtft ? I 69£t<? GW1IQ €1§Q aqrtGQ QQ?19i 13ft at I, 

q^l|9a^% QQIQ9I GQQ 9G3 9*U GQg 
Q 9§GS} Gfll^KI 3£iQ QQ| §<j — 

6. A broad plank which revolves round 

the centre piece of an oil mill and on 

^ - the end of which the driver takes his 

seat. 

Feminine of Katara. 

Katara gardi The topmost zone of a thatch. 

9l9<efa— S.-Q- ( 9ISQ + Q9. 9 )— WW ( G93 ) 
Katarjya Klatarata ( See ) 

«!©q— $. 9. ( q= ©q+sd+q» )— qqg> «HQ — 

„ ; Katala Catla Buchanani fish. 

Katala Catla Buchanani ( fish ) 

01919 6991 — gi69. ( 9IGWQ ) § — 9Q 9» G9IQ 

Katara deba 991G99I — To gather in groups. 

9»GQ WlQ GQCQS I ffSJQGfllSff. Cl^q^ f 

919IQ— GQ. 9. ( e. Q^ SI. $<§<% )— 

Katari 391^91 ai©2A qii 919 odaqr c^ft— 

<fM?1; ^t^S Goldsmith's scissors. 

OI€>— CQ. 9. ( S. Q^q )— 

Kati 1-1 «q-i. Billhook. 


farc^ff; fe^+l 2. Scale over the body of fish. 

c*Jt*m * 1 giaQ Qfliia — 

V^JW 3. Slough of a snake, 

^^ v I GUS 9^—4. Small billhook. 

^T% 60 Knife. 

9l©€fl-G9. Otfl- 9IQQf% (flIQ;— 
Katia Scaly (fish). 

(si^lQ^l— §aq]S>) ( 53SI - q?|Qsi) gig l ) 

OlSo^Q— GQ. 9— G€l% Q*&— 

Kafcikaturi Small billhook. 

TOfi" 

■^l©Q|— G9. 9 ( SIQ + SKJISeF. 01 )~K I cat QI0 9I 
Katika ©%^. ^91^3 §^91—1- Small knife. 

^*T?ft ^ } egg — 2. Dagger. 

asses 9i©9i qocq ?.|«Ta— a»qoo. eas9©lQQ<si ( 
01© QQQ\ ( GWQ[ )— GQ. ©— V I Q\Q W$QQ§<% o# 
Kati chhar^iba lsWq^Q09IQ.a Gq$ — 1. A kind 
of skin disease; porcupine disease. 
-> I 319 €99^ G«ll» QhI«I 0Q9I — 
2. Sloughing of a snake. 
OI©fllO - 3^--||IGQ (€I9©I0) Q — aq'Q 6 ©O'QGQ ^9f 
Katimandasijhu <]QgQIQ 9^ — A kind of 

mountainous Euphorbia. 
[ g— <39! r|Vo 91© ^Q §<] I ^jQ qIq Qio- 

GQQGQ m* §<] I slQ Sflgf9l^ .GQGR 9*1 9sH& 

G^9GQ G9IQ9IQL aG<3; QGOO 9lQQ ^l^GQ G^9GQ 

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Katua $°q| g^^ ^^q ap ©iiqiqiq* q h q^© 

^i^aQ ^ ( 4?(GQ QiOG9qi q9ai<] ) — 

1. A scythe-like knife with wooden 
handle for cutting thin metal plates. 

J I ^QSUffSTQ ai©Q qi9R ««^Q99% €ft; 

QIOQ «elQ — 2. A wooden spade or hoe. 


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QIOGQ €W€l I ] 

giG9. fawqs) ^— flit goq .wqi siqaSfa w 

^GS^ — A wooden instrument for 
cutting sods of earth. 

Katrupa q$£)61 — Fragrant grass. 

^l€©— mw ( 9IGWQ5 9SI) «— GQGQ— 
Kate Some. 

( gai- ggiisiqig$; swig© I ) 

€Q. 9. ^ 9<3 — OQ Ql© CI^Q (M) — 

One pole deep (water). 

QIGOQ-91- 9 ^ M— QWq (G*W) — ■ 
Katera Katara (See) 

Katti Knife, 

Katya ©©c^qr GC1l$)$r^Q)— ^ I t<^ aflai%gc$©i 
qWGS<g- QIOil^Qq©— 1- A sage, author 
of a treatise on Hindu Law; Katyayana. 

J I QQGJ©*, ShIWSQ 9§S> 9!§WIQ — 
2. Name of a renowned commentator on 

Sanskrit grammar. 

M g§§> Qm§ qGSi I 
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Katyani QI«h|£JGl ( GQS ) 

Katyayani ( See ) 

Katyayana <. I qiq^ ( QQg ) 

(OIOiiq©9l 5 OlOiiqcn -tfl) ' 1. Katya ( See ) 

2. Name of a Buddhist author. 

* ! QKJSI.9il«€^ ^l©l^9' gG«Si©l W7^lfitsfs— 

3. Name r ofPali grammarian. 


9IGMq©91— e. Q. il— 910-11^91 ( 60fl ) 

Katyayanika Katyayani ( See ) 

QIOMiqqi— «. q. ^1. ( Q|M^o^.^|. ^ )— 
Kattyayanl ^ I 9^| ; GQQQ1 — 

1. Goddess Durgajj 

[g- 3«riGg qioii*jo q© ^^9 a©oi G9iQ^i% 

-> I GGt^sfl ^dl 8^91 QQ99I Q^i — 

2. An elderly or middle aged widow 
wearing red dyed cloth. 

3. Name of the wife of sage Jajnyahalkya 
6?i?ieOQI© N — GQ. 9. (OW;— QM9I9^ ( CT«I ) 

Kathiabaxd Kafchiabard ( See ) 

oiqo-e- M. q?. ( ^eii + a%9iaGQ. qq — 

Kathika V I Q£ll QOOI QgSJGQ 3%j- 
(QIH©I — ^1) 1. Adept at oWising tales* 

j 1 oai Q§9i wqefe. . — 

2. Skilful in story-telling. 
QI^Q - G9GQ. «. ( Q°- QlG€Jt@ ) — 

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Ttf&fcH Q\G$ ^pi€l^ aaH^ GG€jf ai§fl^ QQQ 

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3919 0^l9ft «q^ — Catheter. 

9i<a— giw- (aaw) q— 

Kada Q|Oj €Qf9l G9I§9I 9l€jT« — 

srf^f Long bamboo pole for pushing 

^gf; ^ffT boats. 

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eQ- e. ( e. qq% ai. qqg% «q ) — 

^tWl giSPi as? — Clay; mud. 

«io et9i ai«T s?^gq q* a'Sff 

QIQ^Cp— G^ 1 - 9. ( 5T. 9^ ««Qli filSOl ) — 

Kadakhumpi «§;Q ©|<Si^ <G> Q9IQ qp»©Q 891- 
^IWtC^W Qfil OGOQ — A kind of migratory 

^I^T bird; spine; Gallinago Cselestis. 

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"^W^ 1. Muddy water. 

G>$ GaiS^GQ <Q$ SJI© QQ GdQ GO- 
$191 QG% WIQW — 

2. A sport in water by the bride and bride- 
groom together in a tank on the fourth 

day of marriage. 

* i wisq aw w ( senate la ffQ) — 

3. The fifth day of marriage. 

■ *Wt«r|j&WaTl, v | Q£>gg| 9flflq'9io©IQ a«J« QG©I- 

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G9lfeiqioqr gecr ai§iGQ aS qi^ws GffiaQi- 

G£fia§> G9IQ aqiq sugsiq qi $1qi qqqi qqq — 

4. A custom in Bengal of women sporting 
in water and throwing mud at each 
other on the fourth day of a girl's first 

menses. 

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W^IGQ .9$GQ Q8 QQIQ Ql^a ffCflSS 

G9QI gai— 

5. A custom of throwing mud at each other 
N in sport on the third day of Durgapuja. 

*9iQH— s. ©. ( OT^ + QQ. 3 )— 
Kadamba < | qq^, ( $$ 6 q$ } — 

1. Nauclea Kadamba ( tree and its 
eautiful flowers ). 
-> I QS — 2, Sugarcane. 

3. Dark plumed drake; a kind of goose. 

9|Qq, ««9|9 %SIQ 9.Q3S — 9$9°?V?§!3Q©. 99 I 

v | Qi^i- £]Q— 4. Arrow. 
5. A collection or group of Kadamba trees. 
Pertaining to Kadamba tree or flower. 


Kadambara < i 9@q qQ — 1. The cream of curd. 
■J I ^QEJ^IQ 99i — 2. A kind of wine. 

* I QSCJgt — 3. Sugarcane-molasses. 
©IQqq— sf. q. qf. ( ol^Q + ^1- <Q ) — 

Kadambari <. | <]Q^Q|Q SQh; QQfQl SQq — 

1 . A kind of intoxicating liquor. 

-* I 3Q3G1 — 2. The Goddess of learning. 

* I astfl — 3. A she-bird, 
v 1 etlQ.^1— 4. The pied Myna bird; Sturno- 

paster Contra. 
+ I $1$ GQIQ61 — 5- She-cuckoo. 
£ I S9IQQ QW| 9Q©£> 3§<$ g|© QQiQIQt- 
QGSI'S —6. Name of a Sanscrit novel by 

Banabhatta. 

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QlQ^Ca — $f. Q. ( 99H + Q^+^1- £J ) — €M9I|QI 5 Gfl«3- 

Kadambini . GH^ll — A mass of clouds. 

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Kadachitka 91 $Q3|Q OfSIK — ^Occassional; in- 

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cidental ; non-recurring. 
Ql©8)0— G9G9. ©— TOlfl^ ( GQSt ) _ 

Kadian Ahamad ( See ) . 

Qi^gflCa— G9G9. M ~ Sfl9l^ ( G93 ) 

Kadiani Ahammadiya ( See ) 

QI<£?J— GQ. «». ( e. Q4«1 )— OIQ ( GW ) 

Kadua Kada ( See ) 

s^aafl- — GQ- q — qi9«l§ ( GQ«i ) 

' Kaduakhumpi Kadakhumpi ( See ) 

.«Kj«aai§ — Q!GQ. ( 9°9%«l ) 9— WI9 91 3©Q 9M 

Kaduaghati Q99GQ acj^O" G99I QQS> — 

The festival or ceremony held on the 

fifth day ©f marriage etc. 

-©i^aasi— w. 9— ©i^ati ( ot«i ) - 

Kaduapata Kaduapata ( See ) 


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Kaduapani KadapSni ( See ) 

«|«j{a©Q9a— gi69. ( Q90IO ) Q^I— €S3Q W Q\<$& Aim 

Kaduabakatia qq\q ciiq ©Q? QQ GIIQSa 9Q 

61128SJ — ( soil ) Which has been made 

uneven bj cattle treading over it. 

©1$jBI~ 69. §$— V I QW% 99^1$— 

Kadua 1. Clayey; muddy; sloppy. 

^ftlri> J I 99*51 09. BlOlOa— 2. Sticky, 

< M yn 69. «— <» 1 -«9S9iQ asis — 

1. A kind of ;jacfcfruit. 

j» 1 «QS9iQ GQiQi sia— 

2. A class of Viper. 

©IgOIQil— 69. 9—^999^ q3 QEt9$. 95?{9i at I; 

Kaduapata 316919 atl — 

A plank placed on the door-frame for 

bearing the wall over it. 

©l$»ll§ — 69. 9. (e. 9^+q^9l)--Q<^iqgiJ$Q|— 

Kaduamati Clayey soil. 

9I6QI— SI69, (WMLQ) 9 — (fl. 99^)— 9l^a— 
Kado Clay. 

QI6QI ©9IQGH-SI69. W91Q) 9 - («f. ©<&)— SIS6Q 

K5do kadaiba a|gj QaiQ oot 91$? QQQl— To 

mi^ water with eartli and turn them 

into clay. 

9l6Qi9Q*l— S169. W%Q) 9. — TOH$_ 9<tiq$6Q 

Kadokaria §20 9qi d$ — Cloth given to one's 

ploughman for the rainy season. 

©I69I98Q— 3169. ( ^QgQ )— ©d. — ( £f. 99*9 + 

Kadopichhal §9 ft)— qi^si ggtf 3991 69IQ39I 

(91$)— -Muddy and slippery (road). 

9169199^,— QI69. ( qn,filQ ) 9.— fllMflWQ ©OQ- 

Eadobarishta aq|Q|q<i| w &VQga S»€9 2IS%> 

QSP — -A- festival observed in Sambalpur' 

on ''Chitau amabasya" day. 

«69lfl«lT-fllW. W*WSL9)— 9. (*. 99*51 +») — 

Kadomali SM<si69iq,3i 991 69GI 6969 ©8*%. 

91919.91 99*3 q«J€l TO— The clayey 

froth got from sugarcane juice while 

it is boiled for preparing molasses. 


liar. 


9iQ69q— 3. 9. (©s^-f «aoii6aT. «% 935991©- 

Kadrabeya ' q^j©) — q£. qg y^ — 

The serpent tribe.. 
91©— gi69. («M,R1Q) 9- — (fl. g^; SI. 9H)-9i©— 

Kan Ear. 

©l©Sa— AI69. (SiwqsO — 9.— a«l© (69*51) 

Kankhila AnakUi (See) 

9I©5N— 6§69.9. (Q°. 9fQ^g )— fij€l| aQ TO 6 gOQh 

Kanbhas ^ai ^9IQ g9I a«l] — Canvas. 

©|©«10 «*— 69. 9. (Q°. ©icjgg 6 e. «i)— ©ag' «■ 

Kanbhas khata QQGQ 9^1 RCII Q G9IQ 9lffg^ qqi- 
^l-*R»»t ^ sai^ a|< — A bedstead of "canvas.. 
^faSTO ^fe^T camp-bedstead. 

9I©3©I— SI69. (6S(9fiiqa) Q.— QQi^Q aiq— • 
Kansircia A species of pot-herb. 

9IG—69. 9.— (g. 9|; SI. 9IH)— ^ I 9|— 

Kana x< Ef 

*=C ? t W^ 6<3I9IQ Q§?jQ| VlffQ W 

*>!* gQ!Q sifflQlQ— Agoldear-ornament covering 

the ear 

* I 6969Q 6 §Q|GW a^Q Q|Q Q3Q* &RQQ 

991 69IQ 491 iaiQ ai< — 3. The pin on 

which the end of the string of a 

guitar or violin is tied. 

v I (St* S6^l% e. %1; SI- 91® J— 9IQ . 
d$l — -A- name of Srikrushna. 

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* I 6©ia 91 9<^99 63Q* 2^1969 Q® a^Q 

9SD S3I<3 ; Q^99IQ— The touch-hole at 
the breech of a gun 
or cannon.. 
©I93Q— 69. 9-— (e. 9l©i<JS)SL 9dQ«)— 
Kanauja QIQ^^ — Kanouj (country). 

Q\QQ& — 69. 9«.— 9l9«f^ 69€ll^— 
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9IQQ — 3. QS1. — (QQQ+Wigci 3)^-1 I iggs>?ftf — 
Kanaka 1. Golden. 

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?T. 0- — 9^310 flS 5 SWt Aft* — Croton seed. 
QiQOtl— GO- Q— i I QIW|Q (GQGi) a 

Kanakata 1. Kanakaturi (See) 

2. A disease causing sores T between 

the ear and the head. 

' * I ( lfifllQC^9qQQI QIQ* <£? €19 9<iQg© 

$« )— G9€f ©R©9 «a© Sqsiffff wq. 

9I$S>< — 3, ^ n imaginary being said to 

clip the ear of infants. 

$!«»$-- CQ. Q. ( 3.-9S + «IS )— 

Kanakaturi vi^Qqg ©Q| qsqgss — 

\#l5ft^fi>tft I. -A ear boring insect ( actually 

.«1fnik|.;. wrersrnc living in the soil); a kind of 


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G9IQGQ GQSilM^ I <WIGQ ©KW* 08 Qlff§_9H2Jl 
GQW GG1G9 9«,l«l'9QSJ.1 1 „. 

.■■a i.qic? 93; «J9©Kaq ©a-(-<isaeo.^oi dq a^ 

2. Slendev-bodied centep&des, sail to 
.^; bore through the ear; chilognath. 

QIQS>$£>1— GQ. 9.— QIW%3 (KCl; 

Kanakatuli Kanakaturi (See) 

QIO 0€iQI— 9l39- fflflfiaqs) 2. (%tt- ft. 9lff 9$<?l) — 

Kana'karibS €}£IIQQI — To cause to hear. 

Q\Q Q\%SGk QQO QI$IQQ «i§ — GO.' Ofes — 2IQ ga|Q 

Kana katile bachana bahariba nShin & <gjo GQQ 

•' ' : SQ <j Wh gqo Q< — A sentence used 

to denote a very quiet and innocent 

' person. 

■ ■■ ; [>q— q% <qq gaiQ A : ai$ ; 'G9 QQ$ GOtf 

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OIOOIO-^GQ. Q.— Oltf QOG) qgQQIQ 910.— : , "^ "' 
Kanakathi Ear-pick. 

OlQ^gflQOI— QQ. $ . — SQG3IGQ GWI — 

Kanaku asiba To come to one's ears; to be 
^TWsrftl; ^for^fe"^ - ' heard? 

^T5TO3W| (seii--sig9 ^gej v qg> g9G2 Gsi ^o«Jl 

Sfl9Q§t ! ) 

OlO^ld G^QI— G0§-- (GGfa9 Q£ll) OG'dl O^lO S'lffGQ 

Kanakukana heba ^§Q| 6 9^ 'q^ 'jg|Q «o4 

- ©tfiq[.-«1QGQ Q§9I, <3§Q^ 9^ GdOQ 1 

©felQQ GWI^iq S9?OGWl' — 

(any matter) To be divulged or 1 published 

by being promulgated by whispers from 

''■>' '*' one' person to an6ther: , 

Kanakutura Vl Eanaka^tlri # (Se©) ■ ? 

©lO^^Q— GQ. ^— ftlW^I -(€Q«|) ' y- 

Kanakuturi Kanstkaturi (See) ; 

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Kanakuturu ; , : iS , : Kanakaturi (See) 

Ol»SL^«.— G&* :$— 919i%3 (G98)- ■ ; ; ; : j 

Kanaltutuli. , v > > Kanakaturi: (See) ' 

OlO^j?!— GQ. ^- a°. r ..jaosf^. ogfta; GS3 'bi^"; £>K*GQ 

Kanakuha §fQ Qaj VG9 — Backbiting; elander_ 

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^5^RJ1 : -.' ?$ ??£» «»v e^h. *ifr^§i— Qai.ffia/QwiQ i 

G9 t ^.Q.^-H^^R— Whisperings against 

.- ; , ^ " 7 ; ,- , a,^>erapn; backbitirigs,? 

Kanakotal ., ,- ., - Kanakaturi (SeeJ ,;> 

ViQSQIft— GO. ■«•— QQh -..««« G»l©a.qp--A"laiid 

.Kanakaji . , -of wild t^prnv p,la^^ Zyzygug 

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Ka"nakharjiika" KanakSthi (See) 

69.M.— fl©*i wi qiq* ©ictsi© 'G©ia1©ia ©q)- 

$$91 aid" ©|GI§© — Vigilant to hear a thing. 
©10®©— flIG©. (3 ©$fl) Q-— MQIO <6©«) 

Kanakhila Anakili (See) 

©l©6IQ— G©. Q. ( «r. ©&p )— ©iQq$; ©#TO— 

Kanagai Earwax 5 dirt within the ear. 

^Ftera C^f; ^tOTI *rf%; 1 <fe»f 

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Kanagiri $I©Q a©1$©6© g?| «q 3©»l <j>*1 ©I ©3, 

'VtOTT ,p fWi S8*G© W 91G©— The soft membrane 

OTSRaT <K^T inside the ear; tympanum; the drum 

of the ear. 

©loqtf— siot- ( ©g,Q ) 9— ©i©qq ( gqgi ) 

Kanaguafi Kanagai ( See ) 

©l©q#— G©. $— ©l©ciQ ( G<h>« ) 

KSnaguha Kanagai ( See ) 

©IOGCII— GQGQ. Q. ( 91. ©IGjOjECII ) — 

Kanago ©l©©GQ| ( G©3 ) 

Kanungo ( See ) 
©l©6©l^ffl GfclS— G©. ©. — <3©9$l© GSI§, 9gGQ ^ 

Kanaghordia topi & $10 ^D^© ^<j — 

^HgH A kind of cap covering the ears. 

©!©©§©l— 9iG^ (WWS) ©-©10GAI9I (©swqp) — 
Kanachipika Pulling or twisting of the ears 

(by way of punishment). 

©!©©$£]— G©. ©.— ©!©£©§ ( G©S ) 
Kanajilapi Kanajhilapi ( See ) 

©l©q©§— GQ. 9 — ©l©$©8 ( G©« ) 
Kanajulapi Kanajhilapi ( See ) 

©i© ClQ tflQ G»©J— 6©. 3— 9$©lft q»|& 6 ©4 2IQQ 

Kanajhain jhsin heba 39 q$$| qq\£ q\q 

: *Ft s ml *^t Q©GQ 6JCT ^IQ* «W^Q G99I — 

*i<N#ftwiT*n A stunned sensation in the ear due to 

hearing loud jingling sounds for a 

length of time. 

«IQ§®9— W. ( q. Qfi + GTI. €>gCT )— ©K^ aioiGQ €15 
Kanajhilapi G^^, Q^QI SO, G©Gq9 — 
^W«#1 Short tufts of curved hair falling over 


q»R §J3T; the cheeks and passing, along the ears. 

OIO $$9— G9. 9— G«lft3^9 ( GQGI ) 

Kanajhulupi Kanajhilapi ( See ) 

« r^ eea goIq gc$ «oi 019 tf sja 1 qai»ia, qqi i 
©10*1— G^.Q— QQQ GG»ltilQ 919IQQ a© .©P^Q^I g\Q— 

Kanaka Place adjoining the corner outside a 

house* 
©lOSSiQ— G9. 0— -QlQG^I?)Sfl Ct!§( G*M ) 

Kanatopi Kanaghordia topi ( See ) 

©lO^I— G<?. Q— ©IGffQI ( G9«! ) 

Kanarda Kaner^a ( See ) 

©IO €®§©l— W. §— 9GQlG9ICiaTO G©I^1§ €1© ©I 
Kana deriba qq\ qS©| aiQ* Q©©£ G9QI — 
^f tl^Rl To prick up one's ears to hear 
33W something with attention. 

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a^ ©€i qg?9i qiq" g<3ioi, GC113, Sl%^ «fl^ «n^ 

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©IO©@>©l — G©. Q— ©»©l©Gi ^QQIQQGQ^ — I 

Kanataidaka An ornament worn on the lobes ' 

^t^s^n of the ear. 

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Kanatarat ©l^q% C QW ) 

^iwl5 Kantarat ( See ) 

©*0©Q^©l«— ©I. G©G©> ©, ( ©•. ©I^I^S )— 
Kanataratkar ©19©^ ( G©fl ) 

^IWlfe^ftT Kantara^ ( See ) : 

©!©©©§— gi. G9G9. ©— ©i^qt ( G©« ) 

Kanatarati Kantarat ( See ) ! 

©IOC ©©I—gW— V I AGOlGSIWqjr© ^©1, ©|6©Q©r- 
Kana debS 1. To hear attentively; to lend one's 

ZS? ear - 

«W%=n j 1 q$Q|— 2. To hear. 


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'9»o— e. ©. ( oia a]^— ewoo oaoi+o*. »o )— 

Kanana ^ I 90; 8IQ3H — 1. Forest; woods. 
j I 09 — 2. Abode; house. 

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SS 1 ^ 3? — ^* ^6 moutn °^ BrahmS. 
-9I0999I— GO. 9«- q? — dWIQ 910 Sill GOIQ OSS 9 
Kananarjiaka Q§> ^ £}a|< — 

(QIQOQQ — $1) Lop-eared; having hanging ears. 

-oioowa- sigo. ( ci^cio ) §— ooqaiooor o&oa 

Kananauli q^q — The ear-boring ceremony of 

a Eaja's child. 

*9iooioaq— go. s— o§s%a 900 oio 6 919 9G9 

Kananakadhara &^9| — Holding of one's own ear 
^•Wl^Wl and nose as a punishment. 

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fl|Q^9l©OI9aQ| 9$ GOQSIG9 I ] 

v9IOOI9[tiQ9l— GQ. §— V I ©£» 9IO 6 919 ©G9 TO9I — 

Kananaka dhariba 1. To hold one's own ear and 

■ <Fl*Hi<WTl nose as punishment. 

9 i ( 9Miei f )— «rcrai®o gwi— 

2. To be openly insulted or humiliated. 

■9I0^@9I— GO. S— OKPQQQOa'WO SoiflOl G9I99 
Kananurduka QQ^JOI £T|9^| — 

^tCH*^ 8 ^ A ring with pendants for the 

%|ft*fcTafc5*K upper part of the ear. 

GO. 9<l. 9? — 9109991 ( 60« ) 
(9IOOGH*! — ^1) Kananaigaka ( See ) 

9I0Q©1 — GO. 9«. 9?- { 3- 9&M© ) — 

Kanaparjla G3 OQQ 93I ^Lg ^IQGQ 9toai§> 

- TtWfal 90. 3£<S — Eaves-dropper. 

(9193191, 9IOaiGQ§— $1) 

9I989«1 —GO. Q$—K I GSQ 0<t§ QCJft q£«— 

Kanapatala 1. One who hears backbiting. 

Tft*(t^*rl J I GSQ 9n§ ^IfllOi Slip q£ SO qg 

*«MW 3lG$ — 2. One who hears even 

indistinct sounds; fine-eared; 

sharp-eared. 

<9ioaoi— go. o. 1 1 ( q. o^a§); 9£aiol )— 

Kanapata Q$Q ©ft §j€l — 
•^tCWft'Bl 1- Lobe of the ear. 


2. Eaves dropping. 
919 €11901— GO. $— 9IOGQ Q9 GQOi — 

A. 

Kana pachiba An ear-disease; pus in the ear; 

^fa'fW otorrohea, 

010 QI@9I — GO. ff . ( *. 9&II0 )— 

Kana pardiba * I 910 GOQ flGOIGSHQQTO $£}0I — 
^WW 1. To hear attentively. 

93 ^ogq q$oi— 

2. To eaves-drop. 
9199199— GO. Q«T— 9I9Q0QI ( G0« ) 

Kanapatala Kanapataia ( See ) 

910 9IG0I— GO. £—910 Q|@9I ( GO'S ) 

Kana patiba Kanapardiba ( See ) 

9ioqo— go, ©. (oia) ( e. qohi^q )— 

Kanapura g§ 9G0QQ G^lt<I 991 6 g§0 OCIQQ 

9lfl — Name of a district and. 'town in 
the United Province; Cawnpur. 

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G^j^ <10IGQ OflQIQ 3GOQ 9IQ4M ag | ^r*5> t 

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OlOq^— GO. W— G3 OJQ ^LG^I OI@"— 

Kanapuru One who does not hear backbitings. 

oioeigsD— go.q -G'iOQ ^a€) avaco a@i9oi 910 qoa- 

Kanaphasia Small ring for the upper part of 
§*fa ^tW?5Tt^ the ear. 

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Kana phunkiba 0Q9I QIQ* ©I G*IOGQ go fiq 

^tW^*W^1 et^qi - l. To blow into the 

^HSfJiSCTT ear of a person who has 

fainted, to restore him to his senses. 
.> I (QS«l2f)— ( q^) 9g M qLTO G09I— 
2. ( figurative ) To initiate a disciple by 
whispering a mystic formula into his ear. 
9I0£^— GO. 9-qsaQ a^QO&qi 9& a»^|QQe€i<a; 
Kanaphula 910 — An ornament of the ear m 
^M^*( the shape of a flower. 


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KSnaphorda GOIQ^OI Q<§ — 

<*|M4 C^*fl " v The bore or' hole made in the 

*Hph5# lobe of the ear. 

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Kanaphoicla bora heba CWI GSlC WGer.lQ 5© 

^tWf C^fl^l *t«3t G9IQ9QI- — The. closing of the 

• bore in the lobe of the ear" due to not 

wearing any ear-ring for a long time. 

■'owetf Idl— GO. ©.— ( ST- QlC&lfcO)— <* 1 Q$GQaG>— 
Kanapkorda 1. Boring of the ear. 

4T<^«I^ «m3^ Ear-boring ceremony of a boy 

or girl amongst the Hindus. 

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Kana phordiba aifi «K?Q ©QQVSGQ api^Q 2l°9GQ 
^W*tf §| <Jig $0, G?QQ1 — - To bore the ear. 

QIQQI3Q— GO. Q— O&Q a<»iaQi %i qf? WGSS— 
Kanabjttfli Gold ear-ring. 

Kanabala QG€i<3— Gold ear-ring for the lobe 

of the ear. 

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Kanabichha « Kanakaturi (2; (See) 

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Kanamala W%9IS<g>iq SlfifQI— 1.. Ear-pulling; 
^l«wii; ^*N§ wringing of the ears. 

^fe 3 I 0$ %qp W$ QIG>^S>G© G91l©9! — 

2. Pulling of one's own ears as a 

• penance. 

Q19M)I QIQQl — GO. §— *. I a^ifliq flfcfo '9§QQ 

Kanamala khaiba $QQ1 — 1. To be pulled by the 

<f1*w$?i1 y\€%{ ear by another person. 

.; . >-.i (siseua, TOi^iq aaqp aiQS>i— 1. (figur- 

. ; /^tive) To be grossly insulted by another. 

Kana malidebS , ; '.-. . h 1, To. pull another's ear. 


^W iftr? ^f ; 3FR 3^OTT 2. (figurative) • To teaofc 
?ET!T TT^WT another a lesson.. 

qio qQ^i— go. §V— (ogia) ^l^ois^iqti^oi — 

KSna maliba ^o pull the ear as a punishment. 

spur tfiUHi - 

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Kana maliheba 


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GWI 


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-1. To pull one's own ear. 

5 I ((StMief) WQ 9^:1 S>GS> %lQIQ 9^l~ , 

2. (figurative) To admit one's own fault. 

©IQggl— GO. §.— (?T. ©&3QJ':-Q9 ©«aog«Q — 

Kanamunda The frontal root of the ear near the 

^T^l C hee : 

KSnamunda aunsiba g^qi-^To take an insult 

or blow lying down., 
(aai— <W--q§f-Gq «K?q§i «iq*9 qq^ qg^ i) ■ " 

9IQG9l!©i~GO. Q.— 9IO«KS| QOilQ (GO«l) 

Kanamor^a (etc.) Kanamala etc. (gee) 

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Kana mordiba Kana maiiba (See) 

Q\Q efll§JG9G>l— GO. Q-.r*- 91 Q fl«€99l (CO€l) 

Eana nior^iheba Sana maliheba (See)t 

OIO&Q EiiTO GQQl— GO. « .— a^i9i ©ai, ©■" •gg^i^ 
Kanare anguli deba qi^qq euap GOQ ^IQQ^g^ 
*F!CT «rh;9i Ctre^j ^q :aQQ|— To stop one's ear- 
^1^ '^rffe Stiff holes not to hear unpleasant talk. 

Q!osq wi -go. ^ t — v 1 <ig. ^ ©a «q a^ 

Kan^fe kahiba 9^ QiQQQ 9@0t— : 

1. To whisper secrets to another's ear- 

S-G CQ^eq 9I9SQ GS «^CQ j : %fl«f9. fl^lQQO. 39 1 

2. To backbite another. 

910GQ a©OI— GO. 8 -— 4«ilfl<?li ^GdlOQ G90I — 
Kanare par^ibs f To be heard. 

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Kanare pasiba SIQifo G99l ; flTOIGSiasW ^1 
^tCT 1^1 991 — To be heard with attention.. 

(<*) ©iqsq as eg ©i©GQQi9iQ*tei — to. §:— (ogo 

Kanare pasi se kanare baharijiba ^a^ ) 2iTOf 

*4^ft* &^ wtw c«fio *rhs*ri QQQicaiQQSV &11 s> 

991 — (a spoken matter) Not to be 
heard with attention^ 

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Kanare bajai pariba 9h§0^) MQ9Ij Q^GQIOQ 

QQ9I — To bring (a matter; to the 
ears (of a person). 

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QI9GQ QI©QI— €9- $.— QIOGQ 3§>9I (€9fl) 

Kanare bajiba Kanare parjliba (See) 

OiOGQ alai ©ifiQi — to. ©. — fliote qiqcq aaqal^ 

Kanare sisa dhaliba 921)991 9$©Ga<3 —A kind of 
^FtW ^ff pMl cruel punishment given tooffenders 
^fsf <TTTT HTSTT in ancient days consisting o£ 
pouring molten lead into the ear. 

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aaqal siq &iq ^ i ] 

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Kanastar . Kanistar (See) 

QI9i9l© QQQ1— TO..$\ ( $. Qtfwff)— 
Kanakani kariba ©q€J,a 92liq<3| 9691 — 
^1=rWft ^Tl To whisper; to talk in whispers. 

QIQiOl® £®QI — G9. $— 9M9I© QQ9I ( G93 ) 
Kanakani heba Kanakani kariba ( See ) 

$I9J§>— TO. 9- (ST- Q#I*1)-«HS» 9G9GQ 3139 
Kanar^i siSftQ 9^© 91 9Q qqi — 

'4W?I The Kanarese language. 

qiqi&q — TO. ©. (Q°.) 0!©<J|ft— 9i©g$ (TO<a> 
Kanastar Kanistar (See) 

91©— TO. 9. ( e. G9I3; 91 s. 9$ }— 

, ^tft; ^; ^t^f 1* The end of a loincloth. 


2. Corner of a cloth* 

* I S§! QOI, ©fit— 3. Rags. 
■** I GQI^I —4. Corner. 

* ! 8l«l7-5. Side. 

«i©a"— to. m. q?. ( ^. q| ) (ag H » gecr q§ ) — 

Kaniaji v j QgoS^ — 

( 0191 — ^1 ) 1. Having ears; eared. 

( aai— sw9i©a*; g3l9i©tf ; <wi©sfl I ) 

2. Having a ,'kani', 

( aai— <i9oi©aT t) 

Q9Q 9Q ©I© 91 9IGIGQ ^1^ 91^ O^G9JQ- 
aia§ 6 Soig ai^q_ Ol^WlGQ .(fceaters ) 
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Stoppers in a shooting party,* 
Q1©« QQI— G<?. £*— 91GOQ9I ( G9«l ) 

Kaniafiiba Kaneiba ( See ) 

Ql©0! - TO. Q— t. I QQ99 G<a^©— 

Kanika • 1. Spiced boiled rice and pulse. 

S 1 9F 91 QQ G$9I QIQ* G^ # ^1?9I§ — 
2. A small earthen vessel for keeping 
sugar candy ( Wilkins), 

* I Q0Q9 0Qt£)31Q G<aq?) — 
3. Spiced boiled rice and pulse offered 

to a Deity, 

v I ait GlgGQ q@9^l 91 Q\On GQIOI «IQg9l 

O^i — 4. A niche or recess made in a 

wall by thrusting an earthen pitcher 

into it* 

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Kanikia 91©^ ^QQI©©^ -099^ — 

Wearing one loin-cloth only # 
' €>1©0!OI— G9- © — «a«0 ( G9S ) 

Kaniklla Aoakili ( See ) 

9l©Gl©— TO. ©— ««» ( TO« ) 

Kaniklli Anakili ( See } 


m® GQI©iR9l 


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Kani ghordaiba 

1. To cover another with one 

end of one's loin-cloth. 

J i (£}M2f) SQtf^ 989^ ©qa9 9Q Q§fQI — 

2. ( figurative ) To screen a person from 

danger. 

91© GQI©e@Ql — G9. 9 — BOatflQ g^UQi ££IIQ <9- 

Kani ghorciiheba gpntffiq ©9 CIS!Q% soqQ 96191- 

To cover one's own body with 

one end of one's loin-cloth. 

91© *i9qI— G9. 9 — GOTdlB CQQQ §$£[91 SJQIQ 

Kani tapiba «9fll$<jL HQ OIQ_ ^|g}oi-To pull one 

by holding one end of the cloth 
one is wearing. 

91© WQ9I-G9. §— 91© t!§i9l(GQ3 ) 

Kani dhariba Kani taniba ( See ) 

91© a^lQOI— G9. $— §§>9I 9^3 <9SI^^GQ 9|S> 
Kani pakaiba ' 9Q9I — 

^"t^WN To spread one end of one's loin- 

gjf**oif«ls5tfT*i| cloth on the ground. 

9i©9£1$— G9. Q— §WI 9W »GQ qvi 91©— 
Kanipananta The front end of the loin-cloth. 

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Kani pateiba ^Q|Q <$>g|^^ Q^O QQ GQ«lQ9l — 
■sftl^ffi^sft To extend one end of one's loin- 

zjt-rift f^^TTT cloth to receive a thing. 

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Kanibandha 9I9G9 §®g9l SJGIKJl 9I©9I aiQ* 

€«l9dl €<PQ G9GQ 9KJ, W99I ^SJft W) — 

Eice given to the washer — woman to wash 

the clofcn of a woman in her menses. 

9!©GQ GI<C <a»IQ9l— GQ. 9 — *. I QlftfllWIj OT5IIQQI- 
Kanire ganthi pakaiba 1. To lay a wager; to bet- 

^f tK 5 ! sfftk*r®^t GQO, «_ Gq«^ »|OGQ WGftP, e^qe© 

> I qq^h^gq G9l^i§ geii^gQ^j 9^91 ^gq- 

SiG^ G* 9ai^L ^!QQG9G» 9J©GGi GQIf^ 
€l3 Q9IQ9I — 2. To tie a knot in a 


corner of the loin-cloth to be reminded 
afterwards of a matter on seeing the 

knot. 
9(©GQ Q1&QI- G<3. S— ^ raiqqi© QQQI— 

Kanire bandhiba 1. To appropriate, 

«rtrc*T#(1 ^ I G9?^l9 9*<§q_ ?J© G59GS3iC ^G9GQ 
aifa^a ?f SPH d|G4l QIG« Q^9!~2. To keep 
a person tied to one's apron-strings. 

* I G9fa§ 9g© 9^% ^ GiS9|— 

3. To remember a matter. 

9I©«Q- QQ- Q— 9©llQ ( GQO ) 

Kanisiri Kanisiri ( See ) 

9I©€J - G9. (Wi) 9— 9©ffft ( GQ« ) 

Kanisri Kanisiri ( See ) 

^i^ai ^Q gieq q«iq eg 9^ 1 

Ql©g— G9GQ. Q. ( Q\ Q© r q )~9I«S ( G9«a ) 
Kanis Kanus ("See.) 

9l©g,Q— G9GQ. Q ( Q°- 9I©$S) — 
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^1W^a«l A canister. 

9l©g>Q— G9GQ- 9. (Q )- 9IQg9 ( GQ4I ) 

Kanistara Kanistar ( See ) 

91©g,IQ— G9G9- 9. (Q°)— 9l®g,® ( QQ<S{ ) 

Kanistar Kanistar ( See ) 

oi©S>e— sigq. (e9^i) 9—91891^— 

Kanihas Pound. 

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Kanina V | ^99lgiQI 9ffilQ €|4?I© ^giQ— 

(9ISKII — ^1 1 A son born of a maiden or un- 
married girl; son of a virgin. 
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GddlQ W I ] 

> I q© 9^19— 2. Sage Byasa. 

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9l©'G$IQ?lGSa i ] 

* I Q9I 9|— 3. King Karnna.. 

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9091 W — 
2. The number counted in cowrie play 
when one of the cowries turns breast 

upwards- 

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Kanun 9IQ©=-9€I«J ©3 ) — 

^I^T qgsis 9y 91 9i9gi— 

3T133 A canon; a regulation; ordinance. 

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Q% SHG99Q* fiq QIQQ 013 §0 I ] 

-OI^QGfll-GQeQ. ©- (EH)— OGfiWM ^agO qfiMh 
Kanungo S^QQ Qft^eCMj ©9 2BO 319 

^S^^l,^RCJt1 9Q9I £>SG$ 949 90©!^! 9<$^<S1 — 
^ngsfit A Kanungo; a subordinate 

revenue officer; a public officer 
engaged to measure land. 

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■QQVfy QOQ9 9^Q 51G^ 1 qpoWOfllOSJ BMGQ 

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Kanungoi Kanungo ( See ) 

QIGpi— G9G0. Qtil. ( ETI. QIQQQI ) — 

Kanunda «lO PIOOOlflQI (9h§) 3 ^>^ — 
^Pt^fl Versed or learned in Law. 

QIGOQ9I— GQ. ^. ( e- ©I)— 

KaneibS t. | qg QI9GQ q^9l — 

^MK ^rrf%*ifa1 1. To eavesdrop. 

^t%^CWRl > I G©f«8 ^ ^391^910 GQ9I; — 
<*Jtr*oTS!? 2. To direct one's ear to hear 

3 n^^5fT something; to giye an ear to 

hear something. 

Q\QQ QIGO 0501'GQ. §— 1 1 GQf^lS GQS^G^ 

Kane kane kahiba ^g^GQ QaqfiQQ ffai €Q9I 91 

^TP? ^tCT ^1 gggg qqq|_1. To advise or 

WMW-^PW prompt a person repeatedly, 

si oa Q$ 9§9I— 2. To whisper. 

QISO OIW^aiQQI— GQ. §-GQf^§ 9i§4 9IQHIQ 
Kane.kane sikhhaiba €9?<:9 9«a^ qctGQ«| GQ9I — 
^ICT ^tg lffW iT To. repeatedly instruct a* 

ttiinHl* ki^n^T person on some matter. 

0I€0_9I-€Q. 0. ( e. 9|l% )— <. 1 g^1©Q qaoGew— 
Kaneiga x. Name of a musical air. 

Wf?f; W^? 2. A kind of chignon or knot of 

the hair of the head* 
[ §— ^1 OllSGOdq "tfflioqrQ GQ4I 91^91 q]© | 

GOT^i GRflkl* G9<l1 ^Q vf GMlfKl Gfl|f<l 
q^OMQ GdlDI 9«q|<i— aeag | ] 
OIGOI0I— G9. Q— Q\qqq\ (-g«m) 
Kanor^ Kanerda ( See ) 

Kanta <; , 9g ^ ; 9GS>I9Q— 

(QI^I-Hfl) 1 # Pleasing; lovely; charming. 

> I G3IQQ— 2 Amiable; beautiful. 

* ! §£| — 3. Dear; beloved. 

v I GOI3Q — *• Soft. 

5, ( a word ) Having the letter c Ka' at 

the .Qxid 


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ST. 9. Q_°— **. I qifll— 1. Husband. 
-> I QGfiQ ~"^- Lover; sweet-heart. 

* ' Q 9 — 3 * Moon. 

v I C*16J — 4. Beauty of formation. 

* I Q99 q^p- 5.* Spring season. 

9 I QQI^I — 7. Cast iron. 

r I caW GSife — 8 - Refined ir o 

* ) SgQ ( S^QW ) [ 9— <l§ EiefcQ 4g W 

qjTCQ 0§, ^ »q« $Q QiS§Q §<], gai— 
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9. Stone ( when joined to the words 
chandra, sQrjya and ayas. 

*° I 6(5tei «J?I ( S^WQ ) — 1- Iron. 

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qciqi qiq" oqqiq 50 1 ewnaiq, wigq 319- 

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€9. § — qawifik fliiflieifii, £tstei<$ ewQiwisH 

Names for calling E.adhakanta etc. 

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g^i, a^ W. ? ag| ^ ^ w * GQ|Ci $< 6 ©^o 

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SI$Q6QQ—GQ. 0- ( e. QIQ <£ ©tl9 )— 
Kantakarei <Wg©IQ ©Q! ^91 SGQQ — 

^t^<^?l Cast- iron frying pan. 

©i^aiciia— «- ^— ^419^ on© a^— 

Kantap^shana Loadstone, 

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Kantara q^ 3. *^+9©) — 31^— 

Nearly; about. 
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g|. Q^i — ©HI TOa€$3— Or thereabouts. 

Ol^Qt— ?GQ. ^>— 1 1 ( Q°. Qgi^s )— go o§ gpi^g 
Kantarat G©f6l9 Q|& g^-|QQ QGQ — 

* ^®?rtw 1- Contractor. 


TOSQ ^^ QQ9I S>96$ 03 — 

. Contract, 
* I Ol^^lt Q«i9g|J3 — 3. Contractorship. 

Ql^Q^OIQ— G"3gQ. 9. ( Q°. 9^® )— 
Kantaratkar Ql^q^ ^ ( GQ« ) 

Kantarat 1 ( See ) 

QHJQt? -G§GQ. Q. ( Q° )—9\^,q\ ( GQ<3 ) 
Kantara fci Kantarat ( See ) 

Kantabhasma G€1IS1© GftT^Q Q9— 

Oside of refined iron. 

©!$€fi39— St- ©■ ( 9I9 + CQ9 )— 
Kantaloha aspiQflgj: 1^3— 

Loadstone ( M. "W. ) 

9l9€^f©— e. Q. ( 91^ + 6^9 )— 
Kantalauha ^ | QQ| G9IQ?pi fi^l — 
1. Cast iron ( M. W. ) 
J» I QUO- 2. Steel (Apte). 

* I *£[4l§flSf (S^QQIQ)— 3. Loadstone, 
91^1—^. Q. %1. ( QIQ + ^l. SO )— 

Kant-a 1 ! 2cj ^ Sd^q— 1. Sweet-heart. 
J 1^^1—2. Wife. 

* I Slflfl ^1—3. Beautiful lady. 

4. The Priyangu creeper. 

* I CMQ qai— 5. A fragrant grass and its- 

roots; Cyperus Scariobus. 

©i^ica— gq. 9. $1. ( e. oiosiq^ ) — 

Kantani <> I ^€11; ^IQil^ — 1. Groddess Durga. 
Q»eq «igiq -oca gg$ ^cr^pi 1 qiqou fl$igQ© 1 

J I GS)l3«l; ©J€>31— 

2.Demoness; an attendant of Goddess Durga 

* I«l9ld— 3. A witch. 

■w I ?ffi%€$| ^1 — 4. An inauspicious female. 

* I 'wiosipqQ^i %1— 

5. A woman reduced to skeleton; a hag- 

gard woman.. 

9 1 %gai il— 

6. Ugly looking woman; hag. 


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9 \ ty$$\ 01*3]- — 7. A miserly woman. 
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8. (abuse) Wicked woman. 

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Kantayasa 2l£[$i9 ^t — Loadstone. 
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Kantara ai§==GISO QqQOI + 0<g. a » GG SWiqg 
90I$L. S§0« ©l§ ; 990GOK1 ilOIGQ 

gs>«ii a© otigiosr ^ago Gai< GsgT 
oa qrfk .oi9I«jl 9i^iQ GOkasii-o ) — 

1. Inopassable road; dangerous road. 

[ g— Gote g&awcQ 01910 * goio 1 gen— 

GOTO 01919, OslO 019IQ, SIQIQ^ 0I9IQ, O^OO 

01910 6 a^g 01910— §. aogioo 1 ] 

# -> I OOO; OOj ©fifS* — 2. Jungle; forest. 

* ' fl 9&8 — 3 - desert. 

v 1 ©sfo gcoa 3 GQOioqqo-i 310 — 

4. Wilderness. 

* I QQ; CI^Qj C1IO- @g— 

5. Den; hole; cavity. 

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a) — 0191Q a«j^ <io goio acjj- 

6. A sweet variety of sugar-cane. 

9 I ( 9191 Q& GOQ flSJSi aSaiQ O OIGO )— 
OI€J«— 7. Bamboo. 
GO. — V I Sj?h — 1. Famine. 

> I ^Sfl 39^ — 2. A time of scarcity. 

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01914— giGo. <«w) — gooo 2i$«80oas— 

Kantaru A branch of Bajdika Brahmanae. 

019— 3. o- $1. ( o?i ai^+qo. «)— 

Kanti V I G9il9;-aeq0; ^ flNE^fi — 
1. Splendour; light; brilliance. 

-> I GSIQj QOOij estaa*— 
2. Beauty; grace. 

« I QIAO); Q?l— 3. Desire- _'< 

*4: Charming woman. 


* I ^Cll —5. Goddess Durga. 

9 1 OgOOl — 6. The digits of the moon. 

9 1 oraa§o6M— 

7. One of the qualities of the God of Love. 
GO.Q— <OOIQ«J <3oao 8^0— 

A kind of sweet cake fried in ghee. 

qflQiq. QtQ*aiQ§ i 
0190- e- 0- f OIS) +G0 ai§.+0$. a )— 

Kantika t. | OI9G&tfcr— 1- Befined or cast iron. 
J I QUO — 2 - Steel. 

01900—3. m, y- ( ^»9+9 y *%+^- « ) — 

Kantikara ai9i flO^iQ G^fo^ ^§ OGQ— 
(Ol^O^Sa — $1) Beautifying. 

01990 — s. 04. ( 019+9 +QI ai^L+04- a )— 
Kantdprada OI9OQ ( €0«l ) 

(019901— %1) Kantikara ( See ) 

0190^0— ff. Q«l. ( ^1 OO; 01^+0^0 )— r 
Kantibarddhaka 0)900 ( G9$ ) 

(0190^01— d) Kantikara ( See ) 

01901— 0GO. («Hoq.Oi $»- §• oiooi; e.'^o a i4'— 

KantibS St?^^? 1 ^i^l— 

To spin thread from cotton. 
01990—^. Q< ( OI9 »OO,O&l0G€13 + 3I$~*JQ0I 
KSntabhrut +0^- O a ) — O^ — The moon, 

tf. Od — o^aiOO; GaiqoS% — 

Lustrous; charming. 

oi90Qh-9.^ qj. (019+004- f]. o)> — «. 1 o§ooi — 

Kantimati 1. The digit of the moon. 

> \ a^OOGa^ — 2 Name of a heavenly 

nymph. 

9Wcu^-ff.. W- ( oi§+as adiso.flOj tai. to. )— 

Kantimwi 1 | q@q|^— 1 Splendid. 
(Oi9«— f]) / 1 q$Q — 2. Beautiful. 
9*. — *. I OG —"1- The moon. 

^ I 0I9G90 — 2. Ci^pid personified. 
Olfi— GO. O. ( 3. Off I ■)— <^i €00% 990019— 
Kantha Wall of a house. 


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Kantha uthaiba qqq\ — To build or raise the 

walls of a house. 

918 $OQl — G9. 9 — 9 Iff QSDQ OTQI— Baising of the 
Kantha uthiba walls of a house. 

9I8<$9— G9, 9. (ff. 9flf+9Qq 91 %%ep9=ai$>- 
Kanthakura 9GM)— 9l£Gq Q^|€t G9IQ^I c^ — 
^«3£?H ^t^; ^«n^1 Wall-niche; a recess in the wall. 
3TOT; 3TO 

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Kanthakhura Kanthakura ( See ) 

9i8G>99— gq. 9— ae^ waiofiiieo apsiK^ gqq^qi 

Kanthachauki <]Q£JQIQ Qg — A kind of punish- 
ment formerly given to offenders in a 

Tillage school. 

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918 S§9|— €9. £— 9I&6Q flit G9IQ9I — 

Kantha chhatiba To put earth on the wall. 

91891— G9. 9— t I 9GM9I8 — 

Kantharda 1. Dilapidated or ruined walls. 

#|OT1; #2^51 999 fl^iqe GQIf<f 9I&9I «KI€Q 99 
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9GJ!<a — 2 - The remains of a ruined 

house. 

a»«-0 G^!Q GC|%I<] <3Q^^Q Q|$iQ 91^91 Q a] Q| j" 

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G9. 9«I-G9Q SQQ gig g^ qq6I— 
( house ) With dilapidated walls. 
«!8 6991— G9. g— 918 QOIQ9I ( G9<a ) 

Kantha deba Kantha uthaiba ( See ) 

91891?— G9- ©—V I ©uraqp QI9 91 9(8%d 91Q— 
Kanthabarda 1 . A fence used as a wall. 

> I (SQOQ ) Qlff 6 9i^— 

2. Wall and fencing. 
9liF— GQ. 9. ( *. 981 )— ^ I 'G«9i8— 

K » ntki 1. A small wall. ^ 

^1 aaiQig.3 as^ $& 9»— 2. A short wall. 
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W«q^L8«f9QaQ G9fliraKI— 3. The sky 
just over the horizon. 

4. The precipitous bank of a sea or 

river, 

Q9Q c& gioo G^eQ cgc<3, ©is 1 ©si^aqgqa 1 
* I GflQSiq$Q GQIf< Q9SWff 6 ff€lQ — 
5. Contain a subdivision and town in 
district Midnapur. 

§|IG9. (^999)9, — 918— Wall. 
918*0$- IIIG9. (€IQ»lo). Q.— 9IS* Stel€9 rt q3^9I «H— 
Kanthikhamba A pillar or post in the body of a 

wall. 

9iooi-giG9.— (g^99S) S— (3. ®q yi%)— wi©9i ; 

Kandba §QQ QQ9I — To cry; to weep. 
9I0.Q— SIG9. (3*1999) W- 1°.-9ICJ5J (€9«) 

KSndra ' Kandura (See) 

9I9 X €J— ||IG9. ^^919) «- <l-— 9KJ3 (G9«l) • 

K5ndri Kanduri (See) 

91^^91— giGQ. <^n9g.Q) § — 9IS?9I- 

Kandriba To weep. 

€9. 3.— 9IQ€191 (G9«) 

Kanduriba (See) 
919— G9.'Q.— ($. $Q ai^)— ©QQ/eqQQj 919*11 — 

K5nda Weeping; lamentation. 

9190— GQ.^.— (QIQ9Q© Q^IX— 999Q 9?89g9 ©If— 
Kandaka The reed-framework put as a door to 

a betel plantation. 

9199*1— €9- Q. — 9IQG9I9I (GO'S!) 

Kandakata Kandaboba (See) 

919919— €9. W.— SQG9I9H©— " 

Kanda kanda About to-cry. 

<nT<**T<;; l^^i^t ^oocgfloiiqoi 

9I9%9— €9. 9.— 9IQ€9l9i (C9«l) 

Kandakunda Kandaboba (See) 

9I9«I— G9. 9.— («r. ^9»)-9)9 (G9*) 

Kandana KSnda (See) 

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9IW— e. 9. ( q«jj=wo aip+TOiea. a > — 9?i4j 

KSndaba ^OIQ — Sweetmeats; confectionery. -. 

9IQ9I— Sl«. (9gQ) 5*.— QIQQI— 

Kandaba To cry; to weep. 

■oio©o--g. 9.— ( Qiw+Whca*". Q9 ) — v I 9^|q 
Kandabika ggooiq 49«tj 91GQQ— 

1. Confectioner; a baker. 
> I %fflQj §^$19 QGSQ1— 2- Loafseller. 

Kandaboba G9I9I=$G&839)— QGG8SQGQ 9QQ$ 
^*1*ffatH 4l«l4ifel 9QI9$|— loud cry; waif; " 

^srtifW, ^5fT qfesfT bewailing. 

GQ- $~- — QGOWGQQWJQi — 

To bewail; to weep loudly. 

Q|»G9l€»ia— G9. ©.— 9IQG9I9I (W«f " -''- -y*" 
Kandabobali Kandaboba (See) 

©IfcGGIQlft Q^9I-GQ. S^-^S?81QGQ QTO^aet 
Kandabobali karib^ 9l©9lj ^QtQ Q09I — 
4Ui<P ] fr l ^1 To weep bitterly and loudly; t5 
\*ld^H T, >WT>nHt bewaiL. 

•9IOGGHQH& i^G>l— GQ. $•— 9IQG919© ©QQ! (G9S- 

Kandabobali chhardiba 

Kandabobali kariba (See) 
&\® fl|©G>l — 9QQQ QO&I €991 — 

Kanda mardibS To be about to e*y. 

-01QQ6©*— fllGQ.' (Ci©9l9 9- — $Q\Q QQQ 0Q\ QQ 

Kandaribenta Q^IJQIQ QQQI^_2K£}a QQG9GQ 

0Q9IQ W^e^QQEQ QQ 9Q1 QIQ - The 

custom of making one of the members 

of the family cry at the time of starting f 

for hunting purposes. 


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K5nda"h5ra giQQ 0831*36$ $91 9G93 6 QSIQ— 

Name of a province and town in south 

Afghanistan. 

QQ$\ OQQ9 Q^Q C&KQ 9KN9I6I «9fSi I ] ' 
9I€>— GO. 9. ( 3. TO )— V I ?3GWq?><] 'GWI ti@g9l 
Kandi '" - ■ - ©9fi^ ^ i -^ ' 

4*fff 1. A stem containing many bunches 

q|^ " of plantains; : 

«TO <J|0 QQ Q!QS G^tQ OQ i ^19°^. PQIQQO*-^ I ; 

[ 9— G«1M G^^IIGQ G9G©gg>< Q9»l aw ; 
G«igaQ g©go^>^ Ga^ii GQif-c 9i§?G€) caoaiw I ] 
> 1 aG09^><i ft^^ers* 91 010 q3^9t $$ — 

2. A stem containing many cocoanuts or 

palms. 

- ,.• 1 qp a© aicT oo^ 091 qqqgi csiq aiQ 

QQ 3G0— S. Paddy got for letting bull- 
ocks for use on hire. 

©1© 368Q e»^i — 69- £~ ^ ! «>ioti ©Q9i— 

Kandikimtbei heba 1. To cry.* 

#W«Fm - > --M QI©9l9iQ ©CQ «©«l SOIQ QQ9I — 
jMliWHl 2. To v^^per; to give vent to one's 

unwillingness by crying* 

£.-- a©»» 9©»« 9^91 — * 

3 ,8. To express ; one's unwillingness to do 

V, .■ ""- ' -T anything. 

: - 4; To weep and beseech. 
Kandigbhuta =-ai9j G9€J* W^t 99 G9IR 

(or>oS|«^f3) wqo )^q^gq ^9^919^ 

""""■' " Q^GQ Q»iqL9it PG3 ??|g*— Not able to 

ascertain where to fly through fear; 

bewildered; dumbfounded through fear. 

Kandib* 1. To cry; to weep. 

' $W . J» 1 ©a $91Q9i*- 2 - To shed water. 

i©Qift9t— Sfi? 1 ^) 3. To utter a wailing or plaintive 

sound; to lament* 


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To set up a row after defeat in a game. 
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3919999 sqQtil^i ©aiq* qiqsj; q§ 91 cawao 

G9IQ QlQ€fc «iig% €J9 9§9I 919919 S*SS1 I Qi©9l 

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Kandiba kuntheiba Kandikunthei heba ( See ) 

OlMfltQQi— €9. $*— 99 Gq«9 aigai© 9391— 

Kandibhasaiba To shed tears profusely. 

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Kandiriba J£anduriba ( See ) 

QIWllO— ST. 9- ( W + W° + «J© 5 f QI° 9«° 9 CKIiCIQ 

Kandisika QistflQS^ QSJG9 eiqqs G9lff 091391- 

G9GO €3 G9Q* ^Gl^qgf tH£9 9lff ) — 

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1. Dumbfounded through sudden fright; 

bewildered through &ight. 

9l»fll» Gffl§ 9© S^a 0$. 9Q9S* fllQSHfl — 

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2. Struck or agitated with fright. 

QiffQ QQICQ Q£?I9 eg) 

sesa^ea eraal* sq — qai9*e<, oq9iq i 

Eandunmandun. Kandunimanduni ( See ) 

OI«j8rf— W. M.q!- «QMlQ— Continually weeping; 

Kandunian whimpering; always crying. 

^ttanduni Feminine of KanduniaS- 

*l^ €Q. £». ( e. 9QQ )— 9QO. ©IQ^II— 

Weeping. 

Kandnnimanduiii About to cry. 

* I QlfcQa$ $&Sft— 2. Crying. 

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Kandunumandunu Kandunimanduni (See) 

Cfl GO CO^ Gg «^Qff<I 9|©^fl!O^G9ld 9§G« | 

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ESndurmSndur KandiinimandunT (See) 

Kandura Given to crying; often crying at 

(QICJ35— il) trifles. 

oiq^qqi— cq. Q.~(?r.^<p iiiSL)*- aeiiQGQ 98^1 eoff ' 

Kanduriba @§ Qqi go|^ Qg 9§9! — Oozing of 
juicy liquid from steam-boiled cake. 

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9I»J3J— GQ. ©.— SJ9^i| q©^ft €116!— 

Kandurj" a kiad of jjpot herb.. 

Feminine of Kandura. 
91©^— fllW. (^RSLQ) 9.— QQflQ (G9«l) 

KSnduru Kandamula (See)- 

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KiSndura (See) 
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Kandurumanduru Kandunimanduni (See) - 

Kandula A kind ofjpulse. 

91©— flIGQ- (^fiaqa> W— il— 9IQJSI (G9«l ) 

Kandri Kandri (See) 

9I©,©!— W. %.— 9ICJQ9I (G9«) 

Kandriba Kanduriba (See) < 

91©- €Q. ©.— (^r. W)— W — 

Kandha Shoulder. 

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Kandhakariba 9@9I; 9fG^Q9l— To take or 
^ V?\<w\ carry a thing or person on the 

*IWWI shoulder^ to shoulder,- 


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Kandhaku kandha deba qgi )— *9IQ0W**i 

*Pt<dCT**1, ^f "NWft'Wl GQGSQSIG^ ■«?§> 9I<&% 

&*$** wtQ 91%9GQ SQItt Q9GQ Q9IQ9I— 

1. To put the shoulders together to the 

pole of a palanquin. 

> I tas«aia ) aQdawro <9oai« CQ1G G9f<a§ 

9$ Q€*9I — 2. ( figurative ) To work 
earnestly in cooperation. 

9Wt%9N*'8iC*9l— #>- $.~* I 91$ 899t (G9S) 
Kandhaku kandha paibft Kandha patdibftJ(See) 

> i ( $sa« c ) wsm eam^Qflio «99t — 

2. (figurative) To: be equal. 

9lS^9l« flfi1901— G9, 9 . — 9IQ%9I« .6991 <G9<S) 

Kandhaku kandha milaiba 

Kandhaku kandha deba (See) 

918G!9-iG9. 9. — «9 9€» G^l% (GOfll) 

Kandhagardi Notes und«r gsrdi (See) 

919 aQM$— C9. «W.— 9991 9) S9©Q$Q Wdi^a 

Kandha dharadhari qqiq 9I9GQ 9J« 09IQ Sa 

G9IQ^9I 91 «k3fl9l ( $Q 9«i§ )— (two 

persons) Holding each other's shoulders 

in token of friendship or companionship. 

919 Q9IQ9I— G9. * -— V I S9IQ 39 G9I£% <19 919% 
Kandha pakaiba aft 9I9%99G»Q9I — 

1. To change shoulders 

> I $993 G99I — 2. To be a match for. 
01$ ti$9l — G9. 9. — W9I9. GQG9q« q«)— <g ai«Q 

Kandha paigiba q9IQ 9IQSGQ q3^QI «R|9 
G9G9QS 919 3SH© $©913$ GWI — 
The state of the shoulders [of tie 

bearers of a palki-pole being of the 

same level. 

Q|999ft— G9. 9. — WI99WS G9G9qSKtf? sa§. 

Sandhabadala QlG9Qq9l G9G9qSM^ 3W 

*|W!*| G9Q SQh a$i CQG9qcilMQ 99IQGQ ®» 

4&1W33 QQIQ9I — The changing of shoulders by 

different relays of palki-bearers. 

919990— €9. S>— 9IS999 ( G9S ) 

Kandhabadali Kandhabadala ( See ) 

919 91891— G9.3— { €W9$9fc999«CO) Qftq. C*© 
Kaadift bindhiba Q§ €1399 ^@9% ®»9* 9 


9^Q9h~ -To keep the shoulders lifted 

up while bearing the yoke 
(said of cart-bullocks). 

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Kandhabindi 9§9l<i}iq a^L9l SQSmQ Ql$Q G3$ 

*c«R5F5! gi^Goal -6-0491 sg GQIQ flfl^SI^ G9IQ 

jfow s ft g aw-p—Bunion or callus formed on the 

shoulder of a person or beast who 
habitually shoulders loads. 

9l»G©§|— 9IG9* ( «IO©».) -.9— ©ft§«, ^^ ^ 

Kaudhabhenda §^% 3<?W— ^ strong and 

stout young man without intelligence. 

©IfiQQ @9I — GQ. 9. — 3GQ «9 QQ^dfllOOr QW?GQ 

Kandhare jiba GOIC«QGQ q3IO% ©28 GWI; 

516191 — To be carried on the shoulders of 

one's brothers after dying; tQ die. 

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KSndha lagaiba ( GQG9q .91 009 ) 9I^SU«ril§ 

#t«Rt^fH 9Q91 — To put one's shoulders to a 

WI<rf* 1 M I yoke or palki-pole. 

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Kandhasandhi The part of the back between 

* the two shoulders. 

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Kandha heba To be carried on another's 

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loads on the shoulders; shouldering. 
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3IQ9I99 ( 9i§ ) — 1. Bearing a load 

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2. -A' 'hawker of cloth. 

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1 I $03; $$9 91^— 1. Bad road. 

> 1 ©&« saoQ^i — 

2 Evil ways; evil conduct. 
* I Qi&Q&ra — 
3. A kind of religious gift. 

Titkikg ho evil ways. 

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Cranial; relating to the skull . 
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(Qiaiftl— ^1) ? I €^§—2. Barber. 

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1. A Tantrika worshipper of Durga 
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2. Name of an artisan class of tee 8udra caste. 
S. W— ^QOaifiW^IS — Cranial. 

9jaifi«- e. q«. 41. (oioio«?+4l.«j)— oiaiote qJach- 

Kapa linl Feminine of Eapali. 

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1- Actress; dancing girl* 
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KSpali §9l£f 99981 W3fr— One who holds a 

(QIOMSm— >«1) skull in observing a religious vow. 
Q. q?-^ »'&>— 1; God Siba, 

2. A Sudra caste amongst the Hindus 
following various mechanical arts. 


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1. Banoing girl; .prostitute. 

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v I 0ty§ H : — 4. A clever woman ( M, W. ) 

«fl— fliw. ( a«tfl.) riSro. 0. (0°. oa )— ga (^o«^ 
^api Kapi ( See > 

9I0Q — 3. 9* ( g@a+a ) - 1 1 §srQ9^Q<|,— 
Kapila 1. Of tawnj colour. 

2. Edited by sage Kapi]a, 
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L System of Samkhya philosophy promul- 
gated by sage Kapija. 

2. Follower of the SSnlkhya system of 

A philosophy.- 

3. Offspring of Sage Eapija. 

Kapileya <^)^a j q§qis>|^ § |^ a^WO^flL-. 
1. The son of a Brahmani Kapila. 

> 1 «►§« ^€qr S^H, atfi^oiw «}€— 

2. Sage PaHchairikha, disciple of '' Eapija. 

oiq€i— cr. 9. ( QOai^fli^QQi+gj^i^j; 2, ) 

Kapisa 912*1901 91 qs^fi|0«f^— Wine produced: 
from the flowers or the creeper 

Madhabilatl., 

9iqr-fliG9, ( g^RiQ ) q«. ( ^. ^^ Qieai©« 

Impolite; rude; unmannerly. 

9iq.a-aiCT. ( WW) ) 9. ( aiqaQ Hoad^ )— 

Toothless old man with wrinkled skin 

flIW. ( *<ftq$ ) Q^I— ai^?I (9m§)— 

..^ . Toothless (person),. 

9iq§— fl|. 9— 91119 ( G9« ) ; 

Kapur^i Kapargi ( See ) 

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91^0991 ") a mean or contemptible 

919$^ J*' P erBon - 

j> I qo Qm§ — 2. A coward; a poltroon; a 

scamp. 

Gig ( §!Ga§i )— 
3. A person who is unable to protect the 

honour of women. 

4 A person who takes insults lying down. 

9iqs§9— *. ©*i. ( 9wgs+«w*iGa c . Q9 )— 911*3?- 

Kapurushika giq QQ^- <g^ Qh§Q 9^991 (93)-- 
Cowardly; befitting a coward. 

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Kapurushochita Qiq§§9 ( C9«l ) 

Kapurushika ( See ) 
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Kaper^i Kapardi ( See ) 

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Ksperdia Kapardi ( See ) 

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Kapeya 1. A herd of monkeys. 

^ I QlftQQ H0O1.9IQ9 f«l — 2.0ffspring of a 

monkey. 

3. Slovenly act. 

* I C€lFQQ€£§ — 4> Sage STOnaka. 

3. 9 — ^ I 98W#1q— 

1. Eelating to monkeys. 

2. Related to the family of monkeys. 

* 1 91QQ0IO Q1Q — 3. Born of a monkey. 

QIGGI^Sfl— 69. 9 «• 91019)— 9iap (C9«) 
Kapoidia KSpardi (See) 

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° Kapota 1 A flight or flock of doves. 

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2. Precarious existence; eking out a 

livelihood from hand to mouth. 

* i ssV eSIsiqao— 

3. Sulphurate of antimony. 

"** I QIQQGS'S — 4. A kind of salt or ash. 

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5. Variegated colour. 

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6. A weakling; a delicate child. 

9 i «jL+eaio) q§9 Gfltoij 99q 9eri— 

7. A leaking boat; a wretched boat. 
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Kapotabrutti v. | aQia^Q. QI99I© WI2f ®Q\8$l 

<^@ Qg9l S3© — 1- The state of having 

no means of livelihood. 

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<31QQI OS; — 2. Precarious existence; 

hand to mouth existence. 

1. Having no means of existence. 

J I ©3 9Q 9191 310 «I9I «i< — 

2. Living from hand to mouth. 

* I QIQ. 0!Q G3 ©g flW 3^ O QGQ— 

3. Storing nothing for tomorrow. 

Kapotattjana Sulphurate of antimony, 

QI9I— G9. 9. (3. wflio)— ©GflioaaV- 

Kapta 

OT Spotted dove. 

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^>t£3R 1. Captain of a ship. 

*qdT«t,sf»TO?nSf J I <Q QO GTOIQ ftl^Qj G^ftl^S — 
2. Captain of a body of soldiers. 

Kaptani Captainship. 

Q\Q— GQ. Q. ( ST- 9€QISI )— ^GQIS)— 

Kapti She dove; a she-turtle-dove, 

0101— 3. M. ( Q8+-S )— 

Kapya Q§ q^Qr GC!I9^^G> ( gj. a£?g|QQ ) — 
Born of the clan of sage Kapi. 
3- §— $S €j€^ S9^© GW (g. €ts?qi€lQ)— 
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progenitor. 
J I scfeg €}€ — 2, Sage Angirasa. 

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^ I..GS Gia OQ SQl€l f QG€i I G9 ^© OiaSQlSl- 

0«PG» aiaqgG9QG9IQflGQQGQ(^|G0g)- 
1. A person who confesses and publishes 

his sins. 


5 ! aiaQiqi; orai^qj ( ^igp^ )™ 
2. Sinful; sinning. 
oiffQ— G9G^. e. (a)— QierQ ( wa ) 

Kaphri Kaphari ( See ) 

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KSpharda QtiETO ( GQ« ) 

Ka^phala ( See ) 
OlffQj- gSW- §> ( «!• 0IET9j Ql5@ ) — 

Kaphar t I ©l^ftj G9 <IG9«.WIQI «}G9— 

<pft«p^ ] . Atheist; an infidel. 

*rfh< ^ 1 ( qjaQfliG^ 9©gq ) ^ofliQqiMr Q91 

2. A non-Muslim; a heathen. 
©61— V I fflgQ — 1. Atheistic. 
> I GS <GQ^Q9i^ QG9— 
2. Not believing in one God-head. 

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aboriginal tribe of Africa. 
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Q^l— 2TOIQ Oigl &IS1^— 
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Kaphala v i siasaijpte Q&j a^QSf Q9 — 

^ptf^Tl 1. A company of travellers; a caravan. 

*Tfo55T [ g— SS9GQ G«Hf« 99IQQ 913 SlffQ- 

9&IQ I ] 
^ I 9Q — 2. A company; group. 


I 


Kaphi 


^ I 30QQ 6 W^l GQSQ «g 
CIS *>l«£j OS 6 ©gQ W- 

W ( 6Q« )— 
1 . Coffea Arabica; the Coffee 
plant; Kaphi ( See ) 
j I 9i3aaQ era— 

2. The coffee herries. 

* i 9ier eta toq «i «jp*— 

3. The powder of the berries fried and 

pounded for use. 

v i QQ3 qiSIgq 9i£r©$ SaiQ oi% aSf °8*% 
ago ai<aq— 

4. The drink prepared from coffee. 

[<5~ <31Q wqeqwiw 3$ ©»gq §aiQ, 

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GQGQ. 9«- ( «- 9EfI ) ( 9©$« Q9' )— 
' < i 9I&9KI; ETOgQ— 

1 . Effective*; effectual; efficacious. 
-J \ SeqiOfflfJ— 2. Useful. 

• 1 g$9© se£ji»s^ G9Q9— 

3. So much as is necessary, 
v i QQ&% asfslEJ— 4. Sufficient; enough. 

THame of a musical air. 

[ g— Q@Q€i— Q»J 9I9Q G«if<3 $fl, <JgGQ 

ciifliQ 6 G9W« 39 <3G« 1 -091 asieq, qs>q 6 

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&gm — C9. §• < «o. ©irfl— aca^i)— 1 1 sera cwi— 

Kaphiba 1. To be effective. 

( 91G#£9I— «i%a ) ■ •> I SC^etfJ €991; 9I3GQ 


«Mfo$«3l Q?Q| — 2. To be of use. 

^iMh t * 1 wfaij Qaq§€Q9i-*- 

3. To suffice; to be enough* 
9I&3— G9G9. 9- ( a. ) — WI€TQ ( €0« ) 

Kaphiri Kaphari ( See ) 

QiGer— gqgo. q. (cg«)— «t Ql ^ ^' qQ ^^ at^ifi^- 

Kaphe Cafe, 

9l6ffW— W. 9*- ( a. Wl=9Ga%)— 9ITO! (GQ«I ) 
Kapheiba Kaphiba ( See ) 

9IG9*Q— GQGQ. 9- ( a. )— QMQ ( GQ«! ) 

Kapheri Kaphari ( See ) 

91Q9I€1— giG9. ( CWIfl ) W. ( *> 9I«— WOflJf? )— 
Kabakana t I ^b^ ©^ft 3 ©gs^ — 

1. Helpless; weak. 
j I 9$QP — 2. Sightless; devoid of sight. 

eos>* greii, v. 1 tt. 1 ; n 

9l9»lQffl— SI69. ( «»W) W. ( Sftg. 9i£gl=^€ll<9j 

Kabakania 90l« v a^fls) — €il<9^ «<jfih G9IQ?(9I — 

Missing; disappeared* 
OiQ©0— e. M- ( QQO + aiQaiQ^ QQ )— ©Qoaiq 
Kabaohika ( o^§ ) — "Wearing armour;mailed/ 
g. v— 99oaiq|9i§«5i« — 

A body of mailed warriors. 
OIQ©l -G9. M. 9?.— 9191^ ( GQ« ) 

Kanaka m Kabarda ( See ) 

i 91908— il ) 
9IQ9I— Si€Q- I «9©IO ) 9— 9191 ( GQ3 ) 

KabatS Kapta ( See ) 

9i©q— £MGQ. ( asifl ) q. ( Q°. 9oa )— ©oq Qcrtai 

Kabara 91 9§^9Q^I — Cover or envelope of a 

letter. 

9191— €Q. 9<3. ( V- 6 %1. ) ( «n- 91919 «Ua ^g|Q <I9 

Kaba G8» ; <l^GQ fl« QasaQ a&a^ <9 9l«GQ 

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*TCTTf3U Q§1^ §1^1 9!%90|9 «G» Q9IQ 9< 

v 1 q^Oj a^ii©^ — 

1. Astonished; startled. 

-^ I 9°9^9«i^; <3!9q — 

2. Struck dumb; bewildered; thuiu 

derBtruck; dumbfounded. 


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* I <3%; ©^§«| — 3. Foolish; idiotic, 
^ffl WW- 9. ( si. )— sqigq 39! ggaqiffqiftqr 
• *rm ©§OT1d CjQIflQQ 6 gal — 

The Mahomedan temple at Mecca. 

[ g— qgOfllfffllGQ Q&i$Q9l QOQSGQ <oiq, 

-SKS§1' | <OIGQ 9SiQO fl9W(? gct> ewgosiiaio 

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GSOIGQ QgGQ I QI91Q flOQ ffiilGQ OQ^I BIWIfl 

QIOIGOT— GQ. 93— 9191 ( GQ3) 

Kabakhench Kaba ( See ) 

©iQi®— G9. Qd. g?. ( 9a. *, QEfe=©qgaij g. ©91- 

Kabar^a ^i = ^g 9<jQgi$ 9i§ ; 9. 0I9I&1— 
(QI9IQ1— 30) q§0| £>S>S 99^9I<3] Qi§ )— 

VI ©9*§SI- 6%— 1. Idiotic; foolish; dupe. 
>. I flIOi <&Q ( 9h§ ) — 2. Lowjmean. 
QIQ!©a]~GQ.$>Sl. 3,1. — 9)919 ( GQ3 ) 

Kabarclia Kabarga ( See ) 

.QI9:®1 — €Q- 9«L %1 - 6^ ( 3,1 )— 

Kabaicii Idiotic; foolish ( woman ). 

OiQial— GQ. W. ^1- ( WIG} ulster ) — $><£§ ( qj ). 

Kabani <§£$] — Idiotic or foolish(woman). 

#IQI§— G9GQ. Q. 6 SKI— Q@|Q ( GQ3 ) 

Kabar Kawar ( See ) 

9IOIQ— <$. 9. ( Q=9a + ^ + $ # a|^=g(ig!W qq$)| 

Kabara +t?|. a} — fj^Q, G€l9ia — Moss (Apte). 
«IQI§— £|ICQ. ( sq,G&Q ) 9tf —©$§*. 6*^- 

Kabari Stupid; foolish. 

QIQiq— e. 9. ( $0, Q*. Q£)9 )— G9<a © ?19l SOI; 

Kabari gj|§ — An umbrella without handle or 

stick (Apte ). 
©iQft— QQQQ. Q«. ( n. ) ( 9©Q2fl TO*)— 

Kabil 1 1 GS3|€|«, ; Qaqg. Q^9— 
• . <plfi«i 1. Deserving; fit. 

^iffe > I ^QQ — 2. Prober; befitting. 
Q\Q— GQGQ. W. i^ff. ©.I^™Q90| 5 2WIQ. 21§etQ) — 
Kabu ^ 1 ggoiqio — 
^T^ 1. Powerless; deprived of power, 

^If «Q G©G9 G«G9 GSISQ G99 *$, 

.■ GgoicQ &> qc^ g*9 GQ€il 9isj7-qaieieu qqviq i 
.,-.■.,..- .-? I «^ SO^Q— 2. Attacked; beset. 


* f ^% oal^o — 

3. Brought under control, 
■w I dl§3t© — 4. Diseased. 

* ! ^TOIqq — 5. Weakened. 
^> I Q^ — 6. Defeated. 

GQ. Q—K I WIQ; 99©l— 

1. Power; authority. 

9 I 9€I9I ; ageiiQ— 

2. Control, grip or hold. 
<r> 1 QQ — 3. Strength. 

Q|§ QQQl-GQ. §— V I 9?1©l^ QQQI— 

KSbu kariba 1. To render powerless, 

^l^<HI 2. To bring under control. 
* I <5©§!QGQ ^91 — 
3. To securely grip* to secure* 
"* I 3Q©G) 9Q91 — 4. To vanquish. 

019©— GQ. q^i. ( 90. Ql^ )— ?. I OQQ Sll^% SialQ — 
Kabuchi 1. Under another's power of control. 
2 I a^©Q — 2. Vanquished. 

«I$8IQQI (GfllQ)— GQ. Q— 

Kabu paiba (S>S?9 X 9I^|£|^ G91Q P^l|9^l — 

1- The state o* being thought practicable. 

> I (GSHGO) »&l| 91 <?IQ W 9«9I— 

2. The getting of an opportunity. 

Qf§Q— GQ. 9. (QW)— «qQfl!OlO-e. -OlfliJSI)— 
Kabul 1 i qQ©Q a?q gi^GQ 2193 o ^late q©n 
^5 2i£rais>aiOQ qwioi — 

^i^ts 1. Kabul, the capital of Afganistan, 

[ 3 — <I9IQ aiTOegfo^fllQ. G9IQJ3K1 I ] 

> I S^OTQ^qi; <r\ 8Q£3 aw €H«II 

GS 1 IS9I9I^9!9I€1 G899IQ ©*§GQ 9^ 

2. Name o E a tributary of the Indus on 
which the town o Kabul stands, 

Ql$€*— GQ. §ei — QI$ftiGQ€f|£& QI^QCQG-a^ — 
Kabuli Belonging to Kabul or produced in 

*t%tl Kabul. 

mgfo g^. 9 — 1 1 ei$c% G^al^ 9 t i§— 

l.Peshwarij a man of Kabul. 


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2 The Pushtoo language of the people of 

Kabul. 

Kabuli kadali TO— A variety of dwarf Banana 
' ^t^t^Tl plant and its fruit. 

qi£« GweB-W- ©— «"S8 mQ SL Q^Sl ^a^i 

Kabuli meua ©qge, QIQI9 26Q TO— 
^f^£5Wi Raisin and other fruits imported 

*Tf£rfrn from Kabul. 

OI69@i— CQ. 9<3; & — 0I9IQ ( G^«i ) 

Kaberda Kabarcia ( See ) 

©IGQQ - e. Q ( G>9 ai§j=W G^I+OQtf. <Q ) — 

Kabera %S? — Saffr011 • 

«I6QQ— GQ. 9. (»W)— ^-fi^ + W+atifi})- 

Kaberl t I 9&S1GHQ QqiQGOT— 

1. The river Kaberi in South India. 

[ g— ©iG9q G*a Qi&niw q? gwai^o a?9- 

Qt^ 9I9IQ. SflSQ Q©**Q S24GQQ Q#% gGQ£19l€% 
©QSSp QQQQGQ 9££Fiei$ilCiQGQ a^eifi I ^IQSh 

( gioto ©ml ) <Mq <3£ OTQftGQ Wg Oj <K?I 
g^lGSQ GQIf <1 oef I ] 

^ I 9M — 2. Turmeric. 

* I (9$§1g; ^L"+G^Q=«QQ + Q) — GWtl — 

- 3- Prostitute; whore. 

v | GQSiS'GQ^ — 4 Name of a country. 

9ISQS! soft— sr- § — QiGQQ ot Ga^oiGQ 9Gsria- 

Kaberi sangama SllQQGQ a^sifi; §G£r CiaQGOT— 

The mouth of the river Kaberi falling 

into the Bay of Bengal; a place of Hindu 

pilgrimage. 

Q|Q| (Q«ifi>)-N. Q— 0191 (QOhIQ) ( GQ« ) 

Kabba (etc) Kaba ^etc) ( See ) 

QIQH— <J. 9- ( W + 3IGa ; QG9. a )— 

Kabya * \ wsm& ^iq,4— 

1, Sttjkrftcharjya, the preceptor of the 

Asuraa* 

£. Poem full of sentiment; lyrical poem. 


* I G>§©t — 3. Poem; poetry, 
v | Q9g<HG^ Q2l| — 4. Humorous story, 
e. W -Q W*J — Relating to a poet. 
[ g— SIQiSIMTQ 3W; Ml— <jaiOI9i, €>§>- 
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6 aaa i sioQcjesaiQH 6 ^)9^i ©i aoQ g^Iq^ 

GWGQ QIQh 9^ 6 SIQi 9Q30IQ §<J 1 Q\Q*\ 

aiq9i§«T q|qi 3iO OGR 91 qSGQ 9t G9§GR 
aioo, g^!©i 91 <3>a*9Q ^gq Qi^f^ Qqflq q© (aaii — 

€91©, 9% Qarc, 6«ia, Q^» Q§, €59, ^ffqci, ^! 9 . 

«ik?q ) QQ^ $< 6 ©I9m9|© wq% fliwaate^ 

G9IQ3K ©191 QI9h aiGf I Q81i GW QIO ©QG9G» 
q^nQ BOqQQ, Q Q Gt 6 flGJ^M Wiiq G9IQ QIQs- 
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ftlO^iQQl — e. «. ( «»• a. €Q 3 QJQi+ff»i )— 0i9t 
Kabyakala QQ9IGQ ^Q^— Lyrical art. 

Kabyataraka The morning star; Venus. 

©IQtQfif— e. 9. ( Ql9M + OT r =2fl^ )— ©I9h€11^Q 

Kabyatirtua ^JiiiflQ. sjg, O 919«ia^|9IGQ QQlfl 
$$> 9<©0il»^^. QiQ9l ^ai^Q^^l^ — 
Title given to a Pandit passing exami- 
nations in prescribed Kabyas. 

©tQMgqai— gq. q. ( aa©P, flG^ia )— qw^hIosr 

Kabyapanksha ©^as^^l^ Q&% $r§WI9M- 

^fi?1a 33% ^ ciq 6 got a^ai— 
The first, second and final examinations 
held in Sanskrit on prescribed Kabya- 
subjects to confer Ka^yatirtha title. 
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WMl^% W 0L9s^i r ^ k 0I9hI^" "WhQGHW 

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9iO%©?C?lQ — St- 9* ( ©I9s + 0G©!Q )— 
Kaby^binoda <. | ©iQ^oef ( GQ«I") 

1, Kabyatirtha ( See ) 
^ I Q19iQGG»IQG> ( GQ«I ) 
2. Kabyabinodana ( See ) 


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Kabyabinodana Discussion and reading of Kabya. 

oio*iQ3— «r. q. ( a. a. GQ; oioh+qs )— oioigq 

Kabyarasa £§© Qq. 0lS>ia|O©$>© QSIQ ^OQ — 
The sentiment lying hidden in a 

lyric. 

OIOIQQO— 3. 9. q?. ( OIOi€W + «OlG2U QQ; 0*U 
Kabyarasika 9$ ©©. Q|Qi+Q99 )— OlOSIGgpl 
Qiq" — One who has taste for poetry 
and lyric and appreciates its beauties. 

©iwqSoqi— s. ©— oioig© «c>3€i— 

Kabyarasikata Taste for or appreciation of 

Kabya or poetry. 

giqhqq 1 - $. Q — aaiftqriQQ€« — 

Kabyalinga A figure of rhetoric. 

flQEHTO G9GG* G3^ O^giQ^ ©G$ WlflMl 

9tlQ9l Qia q» S^ e;i^*Q 
«0Q S9IQ *Q «2 ?P «SQ 

Qqi flisji 9i§* saia <§ soaea ? 

$§© CQ ajIqiGq GQ£Q eifi€9 
q4«Ql c5G0 , a^P?CVQ AGS — 

SiQii— sr- 9. ^1. ( OlOi+sa )— 
Kabya v I £§ — 1- Intelligence. 

j 1 a©Ql signal — 

2. Demoness Putana who was killed 

by Srikrushna sucking her life out 

of her through her breast. 

ei$<$— GQ6Q. qp. ©- («oi«o goe© »* sofao 

Kabhiet Qf Q €10% Q°Q& Q31GQ OhQ?Q 0!Q«$; 
r c*fe*fr QS9. OIGQ® ai§Q atf—sioai© G99I )— 

9l«MajTO?lQI ^931GQ ^g QQ^Sl QQ «Q9i 

aicT «©i ^^§ G99i aa^ QQ^g,— 

Caveat or objection filed in court 
' • against a petition for probate of a will. 


[ <£— <lg QIQ<3t ^1«iQ <»QQI 9m§ SIQISW^ 
Q^liQ ^-C G» SIia^^l^Q a«0€Q ^9l«l© GS3QSI Q5 
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91G— «. Q. ( Qfl ^l^§f©«i==Vl9 ai^=Q§l ©QQ9I + 
Kama Q«§- « )— 

V I 0151699; TOO— 

I. Cupid; the Indian God of Love. 
J I G$©8j 3$ — 2. Matter; semen. 

3. Balarama. 

v|(W !JISL"-Q8I 0€l9l+q9. a )— 

aQffll^ Q©lj QUI; «WI — 

4. Desire; wish; longing. 

5. Affection attachment; love, 

9 1 QSG<Wj $ gqpq ger?»g^^— 

6. Sexual desire or inclination; lust 

7. Object of desire; object; aim* 

GQ. Q- ( ST. ©^ £tl. «^i )— 
^ I QhWIQ — 
1. Utility; use. 
*V / I Od; Ora r i— 2. Work; act. 

WIT, 5*tSf * I ©lQ?fl« 0191— 

3. Social feast or function. 

v I Ofl 3 Oiqptfii OIQ3<33— 

4. Artistic work. 
* I GkSQ — 5. Service. 
^> I SSW aQ^OTai G9S>0 01^ — 

6. A day-labourer's work 
9 I Q^ijg — 7. Labour. 
r I Q^ei— 

8. Act of cohabitation; copulation. 
« I QQOIQ— Benefit. 
^° IfiiqOj QQ^IQ 3 SiIQ9sOOI — 

10. Necessity; need, 
e* I €nS>QI> QS03iqj ^ 0&8L\ — 

II. Profession; occupation; business, 

OICJ JMQqI— GQ. 3.— QQOIQ 01 0i09«Q^ «§3oi— 
Kama asiba To be of use. 


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5ft*T3n«n The knowledge of how-to do a work. 

(Sieil — SGQ Q©Q ©Ifl SflG^ fflg* I) 
■GlflOfcQ — GQ. 9.— ( %QQ; ST. Qlfl+Q^l )— 9WqS 
Kamakaturi Qjgjg — Cupid or lust compared to a 

cutting instrument. 

^iw9€joi— to. §.— ( e. ©3+$ ai^)— 1 1 «iwa» 

Kamakariba QftQI— 1. To do any work. 

. SOT^sH " 2. To labour. 

91 I QEMQ QQ$\ — 3- To render abenefit. 
v | £TQ QQJQQI — 4- To be effectual, 

-QlflttOI— 5T- Q. *fl — (?ql ©0;9«+Wi«-«l )— 
Kamakala V I QQjWdogl — 1. The wife of God 

Cnpid. 

.M (su a. GQi Qiflq^Tq 901) Qiaaiv- 

2. The Science of love; erotic science. 

^IflGI— GQ. ©a.— «l90l l€Q«) 

Kamaka , Kamika (See) 

' Kamakara ga^f QQQ 2119611 9Q«g SjQIQQ QIG 

QgQ— One who follows his own 

whims or desires. 

e. 9.— Q9IQ SSQ; 3QQ|<aQ «©> SQQ QQ9— 

The course of desire; scope of one's desire. 

tQIflOlfifi— GQ- Q-— W9ia 9 WQ 39) — V I QiOTlSf— 

Kamakarjya . 1. Business. 

^ftwf J I q$ — 2. OccupatioD. 

snroni * I a9GWP 5 WQI — 

3. Employment; means of livelihood. 

v | G^Q, — 4. Service. 

5. Any work or act. 

*W6G«— * 9- (**fi °®> QiS + GQO-SlQI)— 
Kamakeli' . ^ I $S«n ; QQSlQI — 

1. Cohabitation. 

j i Qfldat|#l3 9§£g— 

2, Scientific or artistic exercise or 

experiments in copulation. 
* I Rft%$^§— 3 - Leoner - 

■w.| 6^QQ; ©IS — 
4 Paramour; a gallant. • 


*9lOS9i§«8— €<3. 9«— etf€9l9i*»W— " 

Kamakoijhia Loafer; idler 

Kamakrlrda QSl — The Ruddy Goose. 

OlflQ— q, W. V- (OTl+CKiaiSL+Q<$- *)— 

Kamaga nM\ -Q9I ^GgllGQ 3S>§) QQQ3 QQQI^ 

Omnipresent. 

Kamagama - q\#q (q^) 

(OlMfll— %1) Kamaga (See) 

Kamagami ^q {OGQ) 

(Q|9Qi$,qi — ^1) Kamaga (See) 

■QlflGHQ -fllTO. (^«lQi SL°- ^* WflSllQ) ^»— 

Kamagar QIWCI GW; flfijgai; fl^a— 

Labourer, 

Kamachandi ( <3 Oiqq^l G1|Q§) Q^IQ a^^tpl 

CT^©l) — 1- Name of a Goddess in the* 

country of Kamrup in Assam; the 

Goddess presiding over magical arts. 

> I SlflG©%l©fiQ©l 4- 

2. A woman overcome or intoxicated with 

• sexual desire. 

blflOQ— 9- 9«* &°- (9W+0Q ^I^L+^C a )— 

* Kamachara ©Ifiq.q (OT«)' 
(QWQQ— %l) Kamacharl (See) 

Kamachara Gg&iqQ; Gg9IWiQ— 

Omnipresencei 

(QisKjq— *l) e- W- qr— ©l^^ (G9<a)_ 

Kamachari (See) 

Kamacharl VQ ) — t I €Wi99Ki — 

• {»l<mad|— 41) I Omnipresent; free to go 

wherever one likes, 

> I GWqQ* 

2. Acting according to one's ovm*desires. 


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Kamachinta gq,G§ {*jQ©l — 1. Thoughts about the 

fulfilment of one's desire.' 
j> 1 geicp 9m^ a^ ©91 — 

2. Thoughts of the absent sweetheart. 
OlflGO^i — 9". §— Oal ©«.' piq+GO^!)— t I 919 
Kamacheshta g<j§ OQOief Q©91 Qicf Q9i Ql 
2B€39 — 1. Lustful desires; lust; in- 
ordinate desire for sexual satiety. 

> I geisjl 3G0° 9^0 GWI QICT GO^il— 

2. Love-intrigues. 
* I QNSlQI — 3. Copulation. 

Kamachora ^ | nQ%^l — Idle. 

J ! 9I£M QQQiq> 35^9— 

2. Unwilling to work. 

* i ea 9I£hgq 9j $gq — 

3. Negligent in work. 

9\Q g©GH— €Q. § — < I q^&gKM— 

Kama chhardiba 1. To give up some service. 

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<h l Wil^«t I 2. To cease or stop from work, 

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Kamaja £^»q — 1. Born of desire. 

J I 9lfl9©© — 2 - Born <* lust or ani mal 
* . " passion. 

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• A kind of music which excites lust. 

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1. A name of God Karttikeya. 

2, A name of Siba. 

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Kamajwara g^^QQSdQQQ OIQ — 1. Love-fever; 

high temperature due to unsatiated 

lust. 

? 1 QKIGjIQI ( GQ^ )— 
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fi©© G^Q^l — Love- sickness; : tftrment 

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tion of carnal desire regarding a 

wished-f or object, 

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Kamarda ^QqQ qq ^j^Q^GQ QQQ ) — 

«. I QG^§9Q — 1- Teasing. 

2. Snapping; biting; griping. 

* I GQflQGSj GG99I — 

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■*" I <9S>Q2II — 4. Pertinacious. 
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bamboos on both sides of a thatch-frame 
or wall-frame by means of strings. 

> 1 Q^iq ^o qqqIj Qigou — 

2. Act of biting. 

* I Q99Q — 3. Bite. 

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KamardS kamaidi Biting or snapping at 

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1. Mutual biting. 
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Kamaida bhixciiba Kamarcia deba ( See ) 

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Kamaidia ( animal ) Given to biting others; 
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K^matantra The science of carnal love. 

■q. ©dv q?— QWQQO^i ©KJ9— 

Lascivious; lustful . 

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Kamada aQ6fl© €r»9iq9— Granting one's desires. 

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,. Ten states of mind and body undergone 

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Kamada Feminine of Kamada. 

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> f GOg)^9 <J9IQal— 2. The eleventh day of 
the light fortnight of Chaitra, 

* 1 SSK^'tiisieSoi ^»di— B.Name of a Goddess; 

worshipped by Mahirabana. 

* I 9Q SiSQQligj gg.® q§QG€IS— 

4. Name of a Sanskrit metre of ten 
syllables. 

K amad ani q?^ — 1 . Needlework on cloth; 

^t3ffit*ft embroidery. 

imftft > 1 ©Q qw 9qsaiQ?i9i qai— 

2- Cloth of gold; embroidered cloth. 

Kamadama ^ — 1. Occupation; employment, 
^tWSJ VI G9©9 91 3iaiQ<a 91^*4 — 
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* i ^QSl — B. Service. 

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KSmadar ^ 1 Q§0; 9^€1Q~ 
^fs^ft^ 1. Brisk in doing work. 

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2. ( a person) Entrusted tfith or in charge 

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G^>. Q«I— <* 1 Q'lq^l^i^Sqi — !' Artistic. 

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2. "Wrought with gold or siher embroidery^ 

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Kamadaria ' Artistic. 

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Kamaduha KSmadugha (See) 

Kamaduta Indian cuckoo. 

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Kama dekhiba To supervise a work. 

biflew— «r. 9 (%TO ; 9ia-f gw)— <. 1 oq Q c — 

Kamadeba 1. The God of love; Cupid. 

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Kama deba C3MQ9I— 1. To give a person 

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2. To be of use when necessary. 

Kamadhanu a© Qfi f qjaq— The flowery bow 

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Kamadhariha To begin to do a work; to set one's 
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Kamadhenu ^ | ^^^Erag^i q.qG^IIg «1|Q— 

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( figurative) Any person who gives his appli- 
cants any thing they ask for or wish for, 

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^ I Qfl-t^ Q^f«— 2. Adulterous, 

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"* I G<3^! — 4. Covetous. 

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Desire; wish. 
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Kamana kariba \ m ^0 wish 

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? I QW% 9QI 9°S— 

2. The black drake! 

«9)9 €I@9I— G9. 9— W9.H9 Q3§9 G99I — 
Kama pardiba Necessity. 

Kamapala 99$[a — Balarama, the elder brother 

of Srikrushna. 

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Kamapalamisra A famous writer of Utkala. 

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Kamajwala ( See ) 

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Kamapildita 913 g$§ W dl^g, 91 MQ9— 
Tormented by lust or desire after 
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Kamapura Name of an ancient town. 

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Kamaprabha 9ISG99Q Q9 TOQ— 
(Qiggg — sjjl ) Beautiful like the God Cupid. 

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Kamaprabha ( See ) 

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KSmaballabh* tN, — Mango. 

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Moonlight. 

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> I 9139991^ 9I§©3^— 
2. Eagerly wishing for action. 

G9. M. tfl— 9WGOW aqjg q@qi GSiq! 91901 

0910^91 31 — 
A woman maddened owing to her unful- 
filled sexual desire. 

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Kamabana t. I 9Wg^Q 209?1^— 

1„ The shafts of Cupid; the attack 
of lustful or carnal desire. 
J 1 919 91 QQOQ 5Q- gj9KI— 
2. The arrow of God Cupid. 
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Kamabhadra ba^ 9G3 < 3 — Name of * sacred 

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Kamabheri A kind of wind instrument. 

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1* Overcome with des^e, lust, love or 

passion, 
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^tOT J> I 3€l^Ql — 2. Laborious. 
ctWt « 1 Q^qi^^q—S. Relating to business. 

v I QhOTI^GGJ ©l«l— 
4. Skilful in business; of business. 

Kamara ©|gjq )— «. | gGGH^ GQIOQ. — 

^Rfl 1. Room of a house; chamber. 

*farcr ? 1 fift oq ; qqsi— 2. Hall. 

* I 9^q — 3. Compartment, 

v I Qicaq ( G3<H ) 
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Kamarupa * i Q^igqa qgaiq — 
(Qlflftai — $H) 1. Assuming forms at pleasure. 

2 Able to assume any shape at will. 

3. Comely; beautiful; charming; graceful. 

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